Reclaim your health and build up your physical body and energy with the cornerstone of all Traditional Chinese medicine practices. Acupuncture can be an effective solution to a variety of physical, psychological, and emotional problems.
Relax and release tension from mental, emotional, and physical stress. In a Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) approach, Tuina Massage Therapy can be used to improve circulation, restore function, and maintain proper health.
East Wind Acupuncture uses only the highest quality, laboratory-tested herbs. Due to the strength of the herbs as well as the dosage, Chinese herbs are often regulated, and most formulas are sold only by licensed practitioners.
Find new health and vitality through East Wind Studios. Our premier health studio, located in down town Chesterton, provides world class instruction on the eastern health practices of yoga, tai chi, pilates and meditation.
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East Wind Acupuncture An ongoing Facebook Live health talk series given by Medical Director Laura Zaranski M.S., L.A.C. This current series focuses on the 8 modalites of Traditional Chinese Medicine. This week’s topic is Diet & Herbs.
East Wind Acupuncture An ongoing Facebook Live health talk series given by Medical Director Laura Zaranski M.S., L.A.C. This current series focuses on the 8 modalites of Traditional Chinese Medicine. This week’s topic is Meditation.
Pain – The Ultimate Body Cue By Denise Morris CMT,
We have all suffered from pain; most of us try and avoid it, sometimes to our own detriment. Pain (and it’s precursors) should never be ignored, rather it should guide us. Pain in this sense has a purpose; to keep Read more about Pain-the Ultimate Body Cue
Mark Zaranski, Ph.D., L.Ac., Clinic Director-Highland
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By Laura Zaranski, L.Ac.
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BY Liz Kelchak, L.Ac
As cold and flu season approaches it is important to be armed with preventative remedies. Chinese medicine offers superior defense for colds, flus and viruses. It’s ability to treat or prevent cold and flu symptoms, far out- Read more about YIN CHIAO: Herbal Treatment for the Common Cold
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By Kelly Kirles, L.Ac.
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By Liz Kelchak, M.S.O.M., L.Ac.
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