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Category: Mental Health Posts

  • Inner Circle Series: The Emotional Roots of Disease (Grief)

    Chinese Medicine in all it's wholistic glory makes a fine point in assessment of disease and it's roots that are spread from material/physical symptomology to mental/emotional states as well as spiritual origins of disease; it even touches on the newly recognized field of epigenetics and inherited patterns of disease through our genetic lineages.

    Posted on November 07 2023

  • Suzan's Recommended Reading List

    From Meditation techniques to Health routines and Mindset to Fasting; Here are my all time favorite resources:

    If you are interested in exploring the books/authors I have mentioned here. These are Amazon affiliate links:

    Posted on October 24 2023

  • Welcome to the Inner Circle

    If you found your way here, it was not by accident. This inaugural blog post is a starting point for both of us.

    My name is Suzan Fleck and for almost 25 years, I have practiced Japanese/Chinese medicine, guiding people through life and health challenges with the tools of acupuncture, herbs, bodywork, meditation and mindfulness. My intention with this blog is to formalize the guidance, tools, resources and actions I have shared with my clients since 1998. 

    Posted on October 24 2023

  • Meet Dr. Kimberly Glow, Our Collaborative Healthcare Partner

    Dr. Kimberly Glow is a board-certified physician who practices Functional Medicine & Integrative Healthcare at Circle of Health

    Posted on November 20 2020

  • Tai Chi Reduces Stress & Anxiety

    Tai chi is a gentle way to reduce stress and anxiety. And it also helps increase flexibility and balance. If you're looking for a way to reduce stress, consider tai chi. Originally developed for self-defense, tai chi has evolved into a graceful form of exercise that's now used for stress reduction and a variety of other health conditions. Often described as meditation in motion, tai chi promotes serenity through gentle, flowing movements.

    Posted on August 20 2020

  • Infrared Sauna Benefits for Anxiety Disorder

    Infrared saunas are one of the most unconventional, but effective devices that can be used in managing and treating anxiety. It doesn’t necessarily battle anxiety directly, but instead helps mitigate the side-effects that come with the disorder.

    Posted on August 18 2020

  • Understanding How Acupuncture Relieves Symptoms of Depression

    Acupuncture for depression has increasingly become the subject of research studies. As acupuncture continues to grow in popularity, it deserves proper attention as a potential treatment for depression, especially for those for whom other methods have failed. So how does acupuncture for depression work? 

    Posted on August 06 2020

  • How Infrared Saunas Can Help With Depression

    Depression is one of the most destructive diseases afflicting the modern world. Depression unravels relationships, undermines goals, and diminishes our outlook on life. After all, one of depression’s defining traits is the inability to derive pleasure. Depression, while not an entirely understood disease, has a number of symptoms that may be treated with regular infrared sauna use.

    Posted on July 30 2020

  • Why Acupuncture Works for Anxiety

    Not just for pain, acupuncture is a natural way to treat anxiety. It works faster than therapy and keeps you drug-free.

    Posted on July 09 2020

  • Medical Research Shows Acupuncture Effective for the Treatment of PTSD

    Acupuncture for the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Review of Evidence-Based Research

    Posted on May 28 2020

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