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Cassie Schindler is a 40 (plus) -year practitioner of eastern meditation and a Certified Mindfulness Educator. A former 25-year Fortune 500 executive and healthy survivor of MS (multiple sclerosis), Cassie knows personally the toxic impact of chronic stress on the

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From the Heart

In traditional Chinese medicine, the heart governs the blood and houses the mind. In other words, if blood circulates smoothly and abundantly in the body, then the mind (shen), which includes emotions, will be healthy and happy! If

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Finding the Right Massage Therapist

Finding the right massage therapist, I’ve realized, is similar to finding a soulmate. When you meet the right person, you know it because it just works. My business teacher in massage school told us, ‘the right people will

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Nutrition Packages

I am excited to announce new nutrition packages available now at The Wellness Studio. The packages come in 3 different levels of commitment to fit your health and wellness goals. The Jumpstart Package – $400 This package is

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Acupuncture for Anxious Minds

Acupuncture is great for relaxing the body and easing one’s aches and pains, but the benefits of acupuncture go beyond the body. The role of acupuncture is to balance and calm the mind and spirit as well as

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Halloween Treats

Although Halloween can be a (sugar) headache for parents, I find it is the perfect teaching opportunity to help both parents and kids improve their relationship with food. Research shows that restricting foods leads to overeating in both

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Chi Nei Tsang

Have you ever gotten your stomach massaged? If you have, you would definitely remember, because it hurts. Usually the response I get from my clients is, “I had no idea how tense I was in there!” Some people

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Craniosacral Therapy

Do you ever wonder why that one spot in your body always ends up being a pain in the neck? Or back, shoulder, knee, or ankle?! We all have that one specific place in our body that we

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Nutrition Tips for Athletic Events

With the upcoming Woodside May Day Fun Run & Walk and all of the other fun summer athletic events, I thought this would be a perfect time to talk about sports and nutrition. Below are important nutrition tips

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Acupuncture for Osgood-Schlatter Disease

If you have an active growing child with knee pain, he/she/they has probably been diagnosed with Osgood-Schlatter disease, which is actually an overuse injury, not a disease. In addition to common treatments such as, resting, icing, and stretching,

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From the Heart

In traditional Chinese medicine, the heart governs the blood and houses the mind. In other words, if blood circulates smoothly

Read More

Halloween Treats

Although Halloween can be a (sugar) headache for parents, I find it is the perfect teaching opportunity to help both

Read More

Chi Nei Tsang

Have you ever gotten your stomach massaged? If you have, you would definitely remember, because it hurts. Usually the response

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