AWC Blog

AWC Blog

Take a HIIT of Exercise!

Recent addition to our directory Peg Peterson writes about high-intensity interval training: If you hang out with a bunch of athletes, then no doubt you’ve heard quite a bit about “HIIT work.” Let’s be honest — HIIT, or high-intensity interval training, can be intimidating since it requires you put in periods of “all out” effort. […]

Why Self-Compassion Is Life-Changing

Marilyn Orr, co-owner of The Cedars Ranch and leadership coach with Capacity Building Coaching, shares with us her latest blog post on self-compassion. “Compassion is a word the vast majority of us easily embrace as a beautiful value. You might consider it one of your core values. It may be the lens that you want […]

The effects of stress on your health

Recent addition to the AWC directory, Theresa Hernandez, APN/CNP writes about the effects of stress. She says: So many of my patients, friends, and family members are just so overwhelmed these days. I wonder, are we actually experiencing more stress? Or are we simply becoming more aware of it? Stress, and its repercussions, play a […]

Curiosity, Compassion, and the Multiplicity of Mind

New AWC Directory member Matt Dorsey, BSc, MAcOM, LAc asks: What would happen if—by some miracle—we spontaneously became compassionately curious about those aspects of ourselves that we typically reject and fight against? Head over to his blog to read his insightful post: EastWestAlchemist.com/blog/curiosity-compassion-and-the-multiplicity-of-mind

Brooke Taylor & Cosmetic Acupuncture

Newly listed to our directory is Brooke Taylor, LAc, MAcOM, she is an acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine practitioner. She has written many helpful articles on her blog, including this one that introduces Cosmetic Acupuncture. Follow the link over to read all about how she uses cosmetic acupuncture, as part of a holistic approach, to treat […]