Insights from Nikki Richman
I have really missed you all. I am looking forward to seeing you and continuing to walk alongside you on your wellness journey. We have all been through an emotional rollercoaster over the past few weeks! Please come in for an acupuncture treatment.
Case Study – How acupuncture restored lost sense of smell.
A common theme is we are all experiencing a rollercoaster of emotions – anxiety about how long this will last, will I get ill, will someone I know get ill, financial worries, grief, sadness, missing things – missing things we took for granted, as well as gratitude for the respite from the busyness of life. I always say to you in the treatment room, whatever you are feeling, allow yourself to feel it, you feel what you feel. It’s also okay not to feel okay.
Often how we view things / feel about things impacts our mood, when I was training to be an acupuncturist, one of our daily practices was to design our mood – choose the mood you want for that day – do you want it to be peaceful, calm, happy, joyful, serene,...
Join me in a discussion about acupuncture and allergies.
One of my specialties is working with pregnant women. It’s perfectly natural and safe. I put together this video to help people learn more.
I’m so excited to have written a chapter on acupressure in Laura Di Franco’s latest book “The Ultimate Guide to Self-Healing Techniques”. Here are picture of the acupuncture points, marked in green, that I talk about in my chapter with a brief description of issues they can treat.
Preparing to re-enter the world – one of the things I’ve really enjoyed about my time in quarantine is going for a daily walk. I feel very grateful that I live in a beautiful neighborhood, so even if I’m just walking locally there are lots of gorgeous flowers, trees and birds to look at and listen to. The other thing that I’ve always been so grateful for is that from my road, I can walk into the Cabin-John woods.
Wellness tips for the new year!