Download the Ruscombe Mansion 2013 Open House recipe booklet, Healing Recipes to Make at Home, Vol. III. Enjoy!
- Somatic Movement Education (SME) Fall 2014: ‘Oceans Within’, Sunday
- Mon & Wed Morning Yoga w/Jeff, 7/2
- Tuesday Yoga w/ Jeff, Tuesday
- Wednesday - Classic NIA - w/Amy, Wednesday
- Thursday Morning Yoga W Claudia, Thursday
- Friday Morning Slow/Mo + Restorative Yoga, Friday
- NIA Dance Sat 9:30 AM, Saturday
- Six Weeks to Wellness, 0/0
Yan Jiang Ph.D., M.Ac., L.Ac
Dr. Yan Jiang is a licensed acupuncturist with a combined background in Chinese Medicine, Western Medicine, and Basic Medical Science. She is a graduate from one of the top Medical Schools in China and practiced as a radiation oncologist before she came to the US. In 1998, Yan completed her Ph.D. in the field of Pharmacology. However, when she became an acupuncture student of Tai Sophia Institute (Now Maryland University of Integrative Health) and had the opportunity to pursue a career in Chinese Medicine, it was clear to her that this was, above all, what she was meant to do in life.
Contact Yan at email@example.com or call (443)-418-7983.
The fully renovated Community Hall is open for new programs for mind/body/spirit medicine at Ruscombe
The Ruscombe Mansion has several comfortable conference rooms with seating from 10 to 50 and spacious rooms for movement classes or workshops. Attached kitchens, audio visual equipment for additional rental fees, and free parking. Daily and hourly rates available.
Ruscombe is conveniently located near Interstate 83, several fine hotels, natural markets and grocery stores. Reservations, down payment and security deposit required.Please see our rental brochure for more information.
From Spiritual Essence who hosted a 2-day yoga retreat:
"I also want to say they everyone had a great time at the retreat and the facility was just great. I am so glad that we found Ruscombe."
Another "thank you" from event host and acupuncturist Diana Keener:
"Hi Ruscombe friends,
Thank you all so much for your help with the Qi Gong retreat this past weekend. It was an intensively dynamic and deeply restorative experience for all who came, and we were full to capacity. I am really honored to be able to host such a great teacher in this wonderful place and it would not be possible to do so without all the logistical and energetic support that the community and the property offers."
From event host Penny Morris, B.S., C.M.T., C.P.C.:
I just want to express my appreciation for the opportunity to rent space in The Conference Wellness Room in the Hill House at The Ruscombe Mansion. The entire facility, from the outdoor grounds to the interior space is so inviting and offers so much tranquility, warmth and efficiency. My clients love coming as much as I do! I love the community there! Thank you so much for all that you do to it an ideal sacred space for healing!
By Marina Gan, L.Ac., M.Ac. and Rachael Krieger
Late summer is considered a season separate from summer, and in acupuncture it corresponds with the earth element. This is the time of year when the earth most offers its abundance, emphasizing nourishment and getting your fill of the bounty of the season.
Having descended from the peak of summer, in late summer the light begins to wane and we slowly begin the journey down into the more yin side of the cycle of seasons. At this time of year, the plants are heavy with fruit, the atmosphere holds us in its thickness and we are fed by abundance from the fields and orchards.
While nature experiences fullness, it is a good time to assess whether you are feeling nourished and fulfilled in every aspect of your life, and then to share the abundance that you experience with others so that they, too, can feel nurtured and know fullness.
RUSCOMBE CO-OP CAFE
Tuesday Sept 30, 2014
Cook - Dixie
Black Bean Salad on a bed of Greens
Almond Torte with Fig Filling &
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies
Molasses Honey Cookies
At the Ruscombe Mansion we address the unique needs of each individual by focusing on the whole person, not simply the physical symptom of disease. Dozens of certified, licensed holistic professionals in private practice provide an integrative approach to health care. It is a unique healing oasis where clients appreciate feeling listened to, and where practitioners naturally gain from each others' experiences.
Physicians (including Ruscombe's own Dr. Peter Hinderberger, second from left) and administrators from local hospitals and integrative health centers sharing information about mistletoe therapy.