NUTRITION & COACHING
How you live at home between treatments is important, and will determine the speed and success of your healing journey. Not only does food provide the nutrients that the body needs, but it can also cure or relieve the problem via therapeutic actions. Nutrition is unique for each person based on diagnosis, body type, food sensitivities, and emotional well-being. For example, if someone is experiencing fatigue, and the diagnosis is Qi deficiency, that person would be advised to avoid raw food.
Good nutrition is the foundation of good health. Everyone needs water, carbohydrates, proteins and fats, as well as vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. You need to have a clear idea of the components of a healthy diet to be able to choose the proper foods and better understand why those foods should be supported with supplements.
According to eastern nutrition principles, every food has an effect on the body. Foods are described by flavor and nature. Foods can be either hot, warm, neutral cool, or cold in nature. The flavors are sour, bitter, sweet, spicy, salty, and bland. Each of these flavors has an affinity for specific organs and Qi pathways. Eating the right foods according to your body type and health concerns can help your body recover from problems as well as keep you from becoming ill.
Herbal Medicine is often used in conjunction to for optimal healing benefits.
This is for individuals seeking an evaluation of their physical, energetic, and emotional health and who are invested in defining goals for taking responsibility for their health and healing.
This service is to assist people in creating actionable strategies to change their experiences in life for the better. This includes conversations and exploration of boundary-setting in work, relationships, and how you treat yourself and your body