Intimate Conversations from the Treatment Room

July 29th, 2014 | Posted by Sheri Laine in Integrative Living | Therapy | Treatment Room - (Comments Off on Intimate Conversations from the Treatment Room)

Summer days can be so VERY humid, sticky and hot. My patient “B” had the worst breakout on her face after wearing make up on one such day. She usually can’t use anything but the gentlest of hypoallergenic products on her skin. Her schedule was very full, and she was unable to get an appointment …
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The EnerQi Connection

October 5th, 2013 | Posted by Sheri Laine in Integrative Living - (Comments Off on The EnerQi Connection)

The EnerQi Connection We have a saying in Chinese Medicine; The mind leads the Qi (life force). Your mind is the master, your Qi is the servant. By simply shifting your thoughts, the body’s energetic frequency is elevated to much higher levels of health, happiness, and mental clarity. Qi courses through our bodies much like …
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Living Namaste

September 4th, 2013 | Posted by Sheri Laine in Integrative Living - (Comments Off on Living Namaste)

Living Namaste   The definition literally means ‘I bow to you’.   In yoga, Namaste is said at the end of class after the rest period (savasana) before leaving the room as a salutation of awareness – awareness of one’s divine essence. I recognize the divine essence within you. Several mornings a week, I walk …
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U.S. Journal Training, along with COUNSELOR Magazine, is pleased to welcome Sheri Laine L.Ac, Diplomate Ac. as a contributing blogger. Sheri has been in private clinical practice for the past 23 years, specializing in acupuncture, herbology, homeopathy, nutrition, and lifestyle enhancement through ‘balanced living’. As a writer, speaker and educator, Sheri brings experience, insights, and …
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