Blocks, screens and bees, oh my

Blocks, screens and bees, oh my

Having grown up in a suburban area, yet spent time in preteen and teen years on weekends in a wooded setting, I (surprisingly) have trouble connecting offspring to nature.  Husband (a former hillbilly) struggles similarly – he’d be happy living in an area,...
Dance and be joyful

Dance and be joyful

Today, Dr. Pantzer and I made a yellowwood (Cladrastis kentukea) flower essence because (shockingly) nobody else has done so.  We stuffed the flowers into a clean jar with spring water and are exposing it to the sun.  While we got that process started, we sat beside...
Herbs for Sleep

Herbs for Sleep

Sometimes, when we’re ill, the best thing is to rest.  But how do we do that when sleep escapes us?  One way is to select a specific herb that fits exactly your pattern of sleeplessness.  The other way is to use a blend that hits your most common suite of...
Going Deep

Going Deep

Many clients come to me first to talk about food but then we eventually get deep. Thankfully, not in the first session, or the second… more like the 4th or 5th. One client couldn’t figure out why she had booked a followup appointment until she blurted out...
Naturopathic bodywork

Naturopathic bodywork

Because I have been apprenticing with Graham Montague, some of my therapeutic focus includes the impact of posture and body structure on body function.  Your first visit might not include naturopathic bodywork but, at some point, we may decide that it is time to add...