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Starting this Monday!
Taught by Cynthia Zanti Jabs, L.Ac.
Come relax and rejuvenate by practicing Medicinal Movements learned from watching animals in the natural world. These practices are easy to learn, fun to practice and highly beneficial. Great way to get things moving this Spring!
When: Mondays, 6:30-7:30pm, now through April 16
Where: Towson High School Library
Register: Call 443.840.4700 and request CRN: 76089
Continue reading “Soaring Crane Crouching Tiger Qi Gong Classes”
Being able to envision ourselves as healthy is crucially important to our prognosis. This best-kept secret of healing is finally out of the bag. Numerous recent studies have headlined research confirming this phenomenon. Which comes as no surprise to traditional healers!
So how do we cultivate a vision of wellness for ourselves that serves our healing processes?
Continue reading “A Picture of Health”
As part of an Intersession Program in Integrative Medicine on January 24th, 2018, two dozen Johns Hopkins University pre-med students visited Ruscombe to learn more about our approaches to healing. They were treated to a stimulating discussion and demonstration on the basic concepts of integrative or holistic health with Paula Derry, Ph.D. and Zanti Jabs, L.Ac. Continue reading “Ruscombe as Field Trip Destination for JHU Freshman Students”
Winter can feel like we’re just trying to get by. Especially after the holidays, our energy reserves are wiped out. When we try to ‘get things done,’ we find our concentration low and our nerves frayed. We just hang on, waiting for longer days. Warmer temperatures. Brighter skies.
Taoists viewed Winter a little differently. This tradition, the source of Asian healing arts like acupuncture, held Winter as a time of great power. And believed our choices in this season affect our health thru the year. Maybe even our destiny thru our life! Continue reading “Winter: What’s the Point?”