With fertility, there is a tremendous amount of focus and energy that goes into prepping the body and mind towards its most fertile state. Once new life enters the womb, all that energy previously funneled into getting pregnant now goes towards growing organs and tissue and sustaining the pregnancy, if it is a healthy one. (more…)
With beauty, serenity, and open arms, Elaina Bellis lets me into her home to speak a little bit about her pregnancies, hardships, wellness regiments, and favorite foods. As a healthy mother of two beautiful one year old twin girls, she has a great deal of insight about the benefits of acupuncture and other wellbeing regiments during and after her births. As I sit with her over a meal of freshly prepared organic chicken fajitas (which I initially declined but then couldn’t help myself over), she opens up about some of the challenges surrounding her physical and emotional life as a result of trauma’s she’s experienced over the last few years.
Dr. Joseph Clarke discusses how they will use objective data from a patient’s lab work to determine the best treatment, supplements and nutrition therapy.
In our youth we’re given many tools to help prevent a pregnancy. We’re told to practice safe sex until we’re mature enough to bring a new life into this world. We’re taught that procreation is an innate instruction embedded in our DNA, and that having a baby is only a choice NOT to make. Only when we make a conscious decision to start trying does it become apparent that things don’t always go according to plan.
Embodying the lifestyle and philosophy of Elysia Life Care has been nothing short of miraculous for Stephen Fisch, who speaks passionately with me about his transformative experience and lifestyle. Before beginning our interview, Stephen shares with me a little background story, and the moments that helped him find this healing space.
Dr. Joseph Clarke, Elysia Life Care Clinician, discusses how most often patients seek help when their discomfort, whether it be physical pain or internal issues, is intolerable and how there’s an alternative life to one of discomfort.
There is no need to fear cold and flu season! Our immune system is capable of detecting and attacking viral infections like influenza or the common cold, but sometimes it may need a little help. Here are a few simple things you can do to ensure your immune system is functioning at its best.
Go with your gut. There is a reason that our gut holds the wisdom of a second brain. Our bowels house millions of nerve cells including key receptors for neurotransmitters that moderate our emotions and give us the sensibility that something is off. The gut and its resident bacteria (over 7 billion in number!) influence the health of nerve and muscle cells and modulate immune tolerance (over 70% of the immune system resides in the bowels). It’s evident that good gut passengers not only determine intestinal health, but also promote an evenness of mental and emotional health, as the influences of gut bacteria are body-wide.
Cupping is great for pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and overall well-being. Our cupping clinic is every Friday from 10am to 2pm for $45. Call us at 424-744-8366 to book an apt.