Erin Kumpf

How to reduce stress without spending tons of money on a yoga retreat: Go on a mini-retreat.

Contributed by:  Bridget Fujioka Stress is an all too common occurrence in our daily lives, and now with the holidays around the corner, we experience the feeling even more. But, why is stress such a common occurrence and how do we cope with it? To understand how to manage it, we must first understand how stress works. Stress is a

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How to Preserve and Persevere in the Winter Months

by Erin Kumpf In Chinese theory, the passing of seasons is a reflection of the oscillation and interchanging of yin and yang: from the utmost yang (the brightness and heat of mid summer) to the utmost yin (the quiet, inward, solitude of winter.)  We are now deep into to winter.  Energetically, winter is associated with slowing down, of storage, and

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Tips to Keep Your Lungs Clear and Your Intestines Happy During Autumn (includes a simple recipe to support Lung Health)

By Erin Kumpf D.A.C.M. “In the end, the treasure of life is missed by those who hold on and gained by those who let go.”  ~ Lao Tzu Cool, crisp mornings, cornucopias of red, orange and yellow hues, all things pumpkin and a reluctant acceptance of shorter days and longer nights.  Welcome, autumn.  Its been a while since we’ve seen

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Auricular Acupuncture Brings Relief to Seasonal Changes

Written by Erin Kumpf http://www.erinkumpf.com/ Adios Summer! We’ve had a great run these past few months — enjoying the plethora of activity, the joyous days and social nights, the (sometimes overly sweltering) heat and nourishing sun. Now we get to slow down and enjoy the fruits of our combined labor. The sunlight is starting to wane, a golden yellow hue

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THE ABC’zzzz ON SLEEP

by Erin Kumpf Mmmm…there is nothing like waking up after a good night’s sleep, right?  That refreshed, ready-to-conquer-the-world feeling that propels us into the day with gusto.  Well, that is a dwindling luxury that most of us cannot afford due to normal life circumstances:  a demanding job, a late-night feeding for your newborn, or a task list a mile long

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Compassion

by Erin Kumpf, L.Ac “The Compassionate Sage acts on that aspect of our lives that is distinctly human. It affects what the Chinese call “Shen” or Spirit. The Spirit is what is outgoing, advancing, and connects to life; it centers us and allows us to reach out. It allows affinity and clarity, and when it’s not nourished properly we can become scattered and

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