Hypnosis is synonymous with stage entertainment where the performer puts volunteers from the audience into a trance and commands them to do embarrassing things. This makes it sound like a joke, but in fact hypnosis is a real phenomenon and it is proving increasingly useful to psychologists and neuroscientists, granting new insights into mental processes…

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We had a great time. From the Party on Saturday night; ribbon cutting, food, and drinks. To the music; a vocal performance by our very own Sarala Thompson to the amazing dancing from Byrcken Olive who flew specially up from California, and superb drumming by Sacha Levin. What an emotional and fulfilling night it was….

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Research Exclusive: Acupressure Reduces Heart Rate in Stroke Victims By MASSAGE Magazine November 30, 2010 Acupressure significantly reduced heart rate among subjects who suffered a stroke, whereas placebo acupressure did not, according to recent research. The study, “Cardiovascular benefits of acupressure (Jin Shin) following stroke,” involved 13 subjects who experienced a stroke at least 19…

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Read our Article What people don’t know about Shiatsu Therapy is how effective it is when it comes to Sports Injuries. Shiatsu Therapy has been used in history for martial arts and sports injuries quite effectively. As recently as this past summer Olympics  Shiatsu therapy with Acupuncture was used by the Japanese National team to…

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Anxiety is a widely experienced feeling. Most of us have felt anxiety at one point or another in our lives. There are healthy types of anxiety which act as “red flags” to tell us that we feel uncomfortable with a situation or circumstance. However, there are times when feelings of anxiety can overrule healthy thought…

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“Acupuncturists are the electricians of the human body, using gentle stimulation of the electrical meridians of the body to aid it in its miraculous self-regeneration.”  All of Chinese Medical Acupuncture turns on the concept of qi (chi). But what is it? Is it real? Is it a “new age” concept or an outdated leftover of…

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