Acupuncturist and herbalist Kathryn Cadwgan sought the sources of oriental medicine abroad and studied in stateside clinics in order to develop Radiant Point Acupuncture's informed, alternative healthcare system for women. She initiated her inquiry aÓt Five Branches University in California, where she graduated with a master's degree in Chinese medicine and herbology. In 2007, she traveled to integrated hospitals in Hangzhou, China and immersed herself in the study of women’s health and Tui Na–style bodywork via trips on the magic school bus. A partnership with Kan Herb Company gave her insight into the brand's lab-tested formulas, and workshops in the United States and Thailand for Chi Nei T’sang abdominal massage enhanced her ability to facilitate digestion and ease menstruation. Today, Cadwgan pours more than a decade of experience into helping clients remain healthy during pregnancy and overcome fertility challenges, a topic she studied for four years while working with Nurture Acupuncture & Reproductive Endocrinologists in the San Francisco Bay Area. All treatments begin with a thorough health-history questionnaire, which Cadwgan reviews before consultations to discuss your medical concerns and interpret oblique fortune cookies.
As a movement educator, Emily Hodos offers courses for adults, on site professional development training and individual client services guiding people to use movement to improve social/behavioral, physical, psychological, and cognitive abilities. She is based in Western Mass with classes in other regions of the US.
Deeply relax and heal from injury through Integrative Bodywork & Massage. Trained in swedish, deep tissue/fascial, cranial sacral, visceral manipulation, shiatsu, Body-Mind Centering®, lymphatic drainage.
I also do session in yoga, alignment work, and movement.
Voted the area's best place for tapas in 2012 by readers of the Valley Advocate, Ibiza Tapas Wine Bar swells with the aroma of Spanish small plates crafted by owner Sonia Blanco's culinary team. They craft traditional dishes with ingredients sourced from local farmers when available, serving up fried spiced potatoes and spanish veal and pork meatballs alongside modern creations such as tempura zucchini served with romesco sauce. Their menu also includes paellas, fideuas, and gluten-free, Catalan-style cr?me br?l?e, which guests can wash down with beer, sangria, or a wealth of white and red wine options from the dramatically lit stone bar. Orange and burgundy walls enliven Ibiza's lounge-like dining room, adding a celebratory spark to dinners, birthday get-togethers, and peace conferences between rival roller-skating crews.
Lenore Anderson has devoted the past 20 years to educating herself in the healing arts and passing that knowledge on to others. Her journey has taken her to Colorado, where she studied with master herbalists, and to Boston, where she became certified in raw-food preparation at Rawbert's Organic Café. As she diagnoses imbalances in her clients’ bodies and spirits, Lenore infuses her approach with elements of Lakota Native American tradition. She also draws from Robert O. Young's teachings on pH balance in the body and helps clients restore a normal acid-alkaline balance through simple methods, such as eating fewer Duracell batteries. Consultations and herbal remedies combine with gentle, one-on-one bodywork techniques, such as shiatsu, meridian massage, and shamanic healing.
The team of five doctors at Eye Physicians of Northhampton employ modern techniques to help patients see better. Patients can find their perfect pair of frames in the optical shop, but others looking to lose the "four eyes" nickname can explore advanced surgical treatments. LASIK surgery restructures the cornea to improve nearsightedness and farsightedness, and the Allegretto Wave laser reduces secondary vision troubles such as night vision, halos, and the inability to see through lead.