During the Olympics, many athletes were seen with dark circular marks on their bodies. You may also know it as myofascial decompression, and, it has made a return to western society, especially in the athletic training room settings. But cupping is not just for movie stars and athletes… cupping is highly beneficial for everyone. Most
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Is meditation a waste of time? Some people think so. They may say “I’ll be doing ‘nothing’ when I meditate, and how can I justify that when there are so many people and things to take care of in so little time?” In addition to a lack of time, many people think they’re not “good”
It’s official. Spring Is Here! Spring flowers breaking through the still cold earth are powerful evidence of rebirth. Warm sun pushing out the last vestiges of winter’s cold and longer days help us forget the season of darkness. Spring is truly a time of transformation and new beginnings. What better way to aid this transformation
By Dr Maria Zangara Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a common disorder that occurs in the winter months, when days are shorter, darker and grayer. The lack of sunlight is thought to contribute to symptoms of SAD. People suffering from SAD undergo extreme changes in mood that fluctuate with the seasons, as if they were
See: Dr. Zangara’s Profile For doctors Vanessa Doyle and Maria Zangara, working at the COE is a dream come true.