This is the third posting of my Systemic Racism and Social Justice Plan. I am hoping to keep the plan living and updated as I--and our world--evolve. With each update, I ?submit a new intro and tweak the body of the post. Version 2--inspired by Amanda Gorman's Inauguration poem, can be found here.
When I first heard about using Tick Tubes as a way to reduce ticks in my yard, I imagined half-burying little tubes in the ground with poison inside. The unsuspecting ticks would wander along and (BAM!) fall into a trap.
Most of my clients recover from Lyme disease with a support plan that does not include antibiotics.
What follows is a letter that I sent to my patients in April, 2020 to announce the birth of this new site and business.
The “river” is my analogy for health and healing. It is through this lens that I approach care for every client. Please watch this short video and I'll explain why!
It was nourishing to be able to go back and forth between election news and this extended interview between On Being host Krista Tippett and the Buddhism teacher Sharon Salzberg.
On this morning, the morning of my second version of this plan, I am inspired by the inaugural poet Amanda Gorman-- her use of a personal mantra that each day connects her to forces greater than her own body, and her call to embody the best of those forces in each day's actions.
I'm a naturopath, but I never knew if I wanted to be a doctor. I stumbled on naturopathic medical school to learn more about the science of the human body.
This is an easy question to receive and a bear to answer. Quantum revolutions in science can hint at some answers, as can newer understandings of biofields and biological systems.