Author Archives: Renee Klorman, L.Ac.
Did You Know You Can Use Food To Balance Your Hormones?
From a Chinese medicine perspective, seeds are little packages of Jing. The Chinese character for Jing, 精 has two meanings wrapped into it. One part of the character describes Jing as vitality and the other essence. Together they impart the description of something that is so refined and yet so subtle that it is essentially a distillation […]
Part 2: Are you thinking about what you would like to do a little (or a lot) differently in 2020?
At the end of the year, for the last three years, I’ve sent out this 5-page intention workbook. It is a small offering with a heartfelt thank you for continuing to choose me as one of your healthcare providers. I know the words ‘intention workbook’ may not appeal to some of you. Think of it […]
Simplest Hardest Qigong Exercise
Several years ago I was introduced to the Qigong teachings of Wang Fengyi after a friend traveled to China to study with a disciple of his. There are no books that teach how to do the qigong that he taught; it is all through oral transmission. In fact, my friend and a handful of other […]
A Little Tender Loving Care for your Lungs going into Fall and Winter
In Chinese medicine, the Lung (the delicate organ) is easily damaged by “dry evil,” which is generally at its height in Autumn. Dryness wreaks havoc on Lung Qi. Your lungs are responsible for the infusion of Qi throughout the entire body. Therefore, the health of your lungs is not just about the organ, it involves […]