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Tag Archives: activity
6 Reasons You May Be Having Sleepless Nights
By Jana Baecker | Published May 2, 2022
One of the first and most important steps to healing is making sure you’re getting enough quality sleep every night for the body to do its internal restorative work. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), it is understood that the yang qi that keeps our minds and bodies busy during the day goes internal at night to be available to
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Kidneys in Balance: Activity & Rest in the Colder Months
By Jana Baecker | Published February 14, 2022
Winter is kidney season! Kidneys are, in many ways, the alpha and omega of Chinese medicine organ theory, as they manage development and decline and therefore both life and death. They are also considered the root source of our energy. Essence, or jing qi, is the energy we receive at conception (also called prenatal qi). The kidneys are like a
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