by Rylen Feeney, Diplomate Chinese Herbs & Asian Bodywork Therapy (NCCAOM), Whole food Nutritionist and Amma Therapist This article was published by Sun and Moon, Maryland's Acupuncture Society, where Rylen taught Caring for Cancer: A Wholistic Approach to 65 acupuncturists last fall. “The difference between venom and a cure is not the substance, it’s the dose.” - Anonymous According to a 2015 cancer fact [.....]
This past weekend, I (Rachael) had the chance to catch up with Wholistic Nutrition Program Group 2 alumna, Frankie Leigh Niwot. Frankie completed her program in 2014 and has been going pretty much non-stop since! Frankie is currently seeing patients at the offices of Functional Medicine Practitioner, Dr. Maggie Yu, in Sherwood, Oregon. Somehow, in between seeing 30+ clients a week, Frankie has also developed an [.....]
The Wellspring School for Healing Arts has offered a Caring for Cancer class for more than a decade. The class is a longstanding favorite and the combined teaching experience of Michael and Rylen make this a truly unique and powerful workshop. The class takes a multi-pronged approach in providing support for those caring for and those experiencing cancer. Topics include possible causes & treatment, nutrition, herbs, [.....]
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