Be Well: Spring Cleaning Your Health
Just as spring is a celebration of new life, rebirth, and growth in nature, the same holds true in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Living in tune with the seasons is an important tenet, encouraging us to mirror what’s happening outside in our own lives.
Thanks to the coronavirus crisis, this spring has been like no other. It has required us to live in a vastly different world with more stress, potential for illness, and time away from the people and places we love. That makes it more important than ever to focus on our own health and wellbeing this spring, says Meghan Mabe, a licensed acupuncturist and massage therapist with a master’s degree in Chinese medicine.
Spring is a time when the world starts transitioning from the dormancy of winter to renewal in the spring. The latter part of this window likely will be the time we emerge from our homes, ready to return to normal life. This year, it will be an even more meaningful rebirth.
Read the full Be Well article from Mpls.St.Paul Magazine here.