In this Issue:

Intro to Acupuncture Lecture and Q&A
Summer Health Conditions
Individualized Yoga Instruction
Farmers’ Markets

Introduction to Acupuncture Lecture and Q&A

TOMORROW: Wed., 8/13
NEXT MONTH: Wed., 9/10

Acupuncture treatments in Richmond, VA | West End Eastern MedicineEven though you may have been receiving acupuncture treatments for some time, you may still have some questions you keep meaning to ask. When you are receiving a relaxing treatment, the questions that occur to you between visits may not come to mind. Here is an opportunity to learn more about acupuncture, what it can treat, and have your questions answered. You may have other conditions that could be positively impacted by Chinese Medicine treatment that you have not mentioned because you might not be aware they are treatable. Please come to learn more and bring a friend!

Good Foods Grocery, Gayton Crossing location
Wednesdays, August 13th and September 10th
from 6:30pm to 7:30pm

RSVP to events@goodfoodsgrocery.com.

Summer Health Conditions

Summer season and Chinese Medicine in Richmond VirginiaLate summer is the season of the Earth element and is a time of dampness (humidity), heat, the beginning of harvest, and the ripening of sweet fruits. Every summer we see patients seeking treatment for some conditions that commonly flare this time of year. Although this summer has not been as consistently hot as many Richmond summers, we have treated plenty of patients with digestive complaints and joint pain. [read the full article…]

Individualized Yoga Instruction

richmond yoga instruction | individualized programs with Susan SandlinIndividualized Yoga instruction is one of the many services offered by West End Eastern Medicine. Susan has practiced yoga since 1987 and has taught for 22 years. She holds the highest certification possible, E-RYT500 from Yoga Alliance, which reflects her experience and training. Susan teaches several styles and levels, including Vinyasa, Hatha, and Yin, and enjoys designing yoga practices for specific individual needs. (read the full article…)

Farmers’ Markets

Local organic produce offers us some of the most nutrient dense foods we can eat. In this area, we’re fortunate to be surrounded by many local organic farms. Here are some recent photos I’ve taken to inspire you to go visit the ones near you. (Find your local farmers’ markets here.)

richmond farmers market photo by Susan Sandlin of West End Eastern Medicine

richmond farmers market produce photo by Susan Sandlin of West End Eastern Medicine

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