Essential oils are an easy, fun and effective way to support our children physically, mentally and emotionally during back to school.
I use these products every day in my home and office and wanted to share five must-have oils to keep your kids happy, healthy and parents sane during the school year!
Top Five Essentials Oils You've Gotta Have in Your Cabinet
Ginger is an amazing oil to address digestive distress including nausea, stomach upset, vomiting and constipation.
Have you ever wondered why some kids are more prone to asthma and allergies? Or why some kids cry super easy?
What about kids that are super sensitive and picky about everything from food to shirt tags?
In this video, I’m exploring the Metal Element in Chinese medicine.
It corresponds to fall and is linked to the health of our immune system.
Now more than ever we need to be nurturing our bodies with the right foods, herbs, and acupressure points to have a balanced Metal Element!
Are you dreading the cold and flu season? Of course, you want to avoid germs, but maybe you’re concerned about exposing your child to chemicals in hand sanitizers and cleaners?
It’s not like kids make it easy either.
They’re magnetically attracted to every germy, dirty thing. Whether it’s eating food off the floor or sharing a drink with their buddy — they’re going to get exposed to germs whether we like it or not.
But, we have a choice in how we view this...
One thing I know about children suffering from illness is that the road to wellness is not always smooth.
At some point, you’ll hit some speed bumps and it will feel like you’ve taken a couple steps back. Or you just hit a wall and nothing is working.
Our worries can turn into an obsession with our child’s health. We can spend late nights searching the internet for solutions or taking them to doctor after doctor trying desperately to find an answer, any answer.
ALL because we LOVE them so...
When it comes to resolving asthma, eczema, allergies and digestive problems, one of the common mistakes that parents make is not trusting that a food is a trigger.
When I talk to Moms most of the time they think they know what their child’s triggers are. They may narrow it down to a few foods.
But, no one wants to unnecessarily remove a food from their child’s diet. Isn’t it enough to reduce a trigger food? And what if the trigger food is healthy? What do you do then? Watch...
Are your children craving sugar and carbs?
It can be so frustrating to deal with their addiction because they will beg, plead, and even wear us down until we give in! Sound familiar? You are not alone!! So, what is the real cause of sugar & carb addiction? That’s what I’ll be addressing in the video below!
More Flow and Less Stress When Your Plan Your Week the Five Element Way
This idea to plan my week using the Five Elements came to me during an incredibly busy time in my life. I was writing my book while also working full time treating patients and providing pediatric training for acupuncturists. I felt like I was meeting my goals, but I wasn't living in a way that was aligned with how I wanted to feel everyday. I felt overworked and overcommitted with a web of...
Join Me on Facebook Live Wednesdays around 10:30 am Pacific
One of the things I love most about my work is being able to connect with parents and share timely advice, support, and tips for healing with Chinese medicine. It lights me up when parents find simple, natural solutions that shift whatever is going on in a positive way. That's why I'm thrilled to let you know that each Wednesday around 10:30 am Pacific, I'll be going Live on Facebook, which allows us to easily interact no matter...
Is your life what you imagined it would be?
Have you ever felt like you're going along in life and suddenly realize that even though you're doing what you thought you should, it isn't making you happy anymore? Maybe you're exhausted. Or you're not happy in your marriage, job, or life situation. You're not the parent you want to be or the person you used to be. Even though you're doing what you (or others) think you should it's not filling your soul. There's not enough...