In Chinese Medicine, Fall marks the pivot of when Yang turns into Yin. What does this mean exactly?
Play inspires learning, keeps us flexible, light, delighted & encourages interaction and connection. Play is an essential component of our growth and a lifelong process, not just in childhood. In this class we will explore our story through self portraiture in the spirit of play.
This interactive workshop will explore what Jing, Qi, Shen are both from a Traditional Chinese Medicine viewpoint and from a Taoist viewpoint and how to use them as guiding principles towards self-care.
Curious about what our clinic in Navajo Lands will be like?
Well, drop in for our fundraising event Friday, October 11 for Acupuncture, Bodywork and Sound “pop-up clinic” to find out!
Fall is the season of the lung, an organ associated with the immune system, grief and letting go. Sound healing, together with acupuncture can support the lungs and help us to let go of things & situation we no longer need. Sound healing in particular helps to open the door to inner wisdom as our entire being relaxes.
Our New Temporary Loft Space holds the perfect opportunity for an amazing Sound and Acupuncture Experience! The combination of these two deeply healing modalities immerses the experiencer in a journey through subtle and deep layers of hypnotic, time bending relaxation introspection. The focus of our special will be on healing fear and relaxing resistance to the unknown.
Summer is the season of the heart in Chinese Medicine. Sound healing, together with acupuncture can soothe anxiety and open the heart to increase the capacity for passion, creativity and love. Sound healing in particular helps to entrain and tune the heart.
In this intensive 3 Hour Workshop, we will explore ways to uncover the Truth of our Wholeness by interrupting layers of thoughts and habits that get in the way. In light of this discovery, you will experience more ease, joy and peace in your body and in your life. It’s not about magical thinking, it’s about unveiling the Truth of who we are.
Spring is the season of the Liver in Chinese medicine. It is a time that supports initiative and growth for our vision to flourish throughout the year. Exuberance, as well as stress, are up as we set our plans in motion. Like all new life, we need strong roots to face what lies ahead.
Spring is the season of the liver in Chinese medicine. The liver is in charge of the smooth flow of energy through out the body, vision, detoxing and movement. It is the perfect time to cleanse, renew and clarify your vision and intentions that will blossom with the warm weather.
Our breath is connected to the well-being of our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual bodies. Common complaints - stiff neck, chronic shoulder pain, jaw pain, foggy thoughts - can be helped by proper breathing. In this dynamic workshop, we will learn techniques that can be used anytime to create ease in the face of everyday stress.
It is estimated that less than 10% of all new year resolutions are successful and sustainable.
Real sustainable change involves a thoughtful, sensitive approach. This workshop will provide you with the outlook and tools that will help you identify where you may be stuck, make progress everyday, create a positive relationship between you and your goals and make change easy.
BCA Free Event
In Chinese Medicine, it is said that a human being is created from Heaven and Earth. What does this mean? Bring your questions, ponderings, concerns, or just listening ears to this topic and join us in what will hopefully be an enlightening conversation on Chinese Medicine and Spirituality.
It is said of lullabies that hearing them is like listening in on a daydream. Come dream and heal in community as songstress Elise Youssoufian shares soothing folk lullabies and gentle lyre tones to accompany your community acupuncture treatment.
Our usual sliding scale of $45-$30 remains the same.
Donations for our talented chanteuse gratefully accepted!
Strengthen your immune system, boost your energy, heal your body, and warm your soul with moxibustion. Book now for our annual community moxa!
In Chinese Medicine, Fall marks the pivot of when Yang turns into Yin. What does this mean exactly? It means that Fall and Winter are seasons where self-care involves turning inward. In this introspective and engaging 2 hour workshop, we will learn how to care for ourselves with ease during the darker seasons with appropriate food, rest, movement and meditation.
Fall is the season of the lung, an organ associated with the immune system, grief and letting go. Sound healing, together with acupuncture can support the lungs and help us to let go of things & situation we no longer need. Sound healing in particular has an immensive quality to relax our entire being.
There is an “extra” season in Chinese Medicine--late summer--that is related to the Spleen and digestion. During this prime time, BCA is offering a 2 hour fun, comprehensive & interactive workshop focused on digestion and food in Chinese Medicine.
Summer is the season of the heart, an organ associated with joy, love, passion and creativity. When the heart is supported, these emotions are available and balanced. When the heart is overstimulated, excess nervous energy, anxiety and insomnia can be present.
Join BCA in conversation with Chief Justice Emeritus of the Navajo Nation Robert Yazzie and his son, Steven Yazzie about the interconnectedness of Healing & Justice and the role that we all have in bringing about and embodying peacekeeping and wholeness. Recalling BCA’s recent trip to set up a pop-up clinic in Navajo Country, we will probe into the Nature of Healing, Peacekeeping and Community. BCA is honored to host this very special event.
Live healing acoustics by Minna Sivola during your community acupuncture treatment with Thuy. Acupuncture in conjunction with sound therapy can transport you to multidimensional plains of relaxation and healing. Lay back and listen to the subtle and intentional sounds with your entire being.
The BCA team is bringing Traditional Chinese Medicine with a pop-up clinic in New Mexico, March 31-April 1. We are offering acupuncture, massage, qigong exercise classes, self-care classes and other Chinese medicine therapies to the Navajo people of Gallup.
Please support our fundraising efforts as we will need funds for work, travel, housing and supplies. Any donation is appreciated!
Winter is the season of rest, reflection, and relaxation. It’s the time to nourish our bones and sink into the dream space, awaking with visions and ideas for the year ahead. In this workshop, we will write together based on prompts inspired by the season’s themes as a way of aligning to the pulse of the Earth’s rhythm.
Live healing acoustics orchestrated by sound healer Minna Sivola during your session! Acupuncture in conjunction with the therapy of sound can transport you to deeper planes of relaxation and healing.
Enjoy this special event at our usual sliding scale of $40-$25.
In this writing workshop, Jenna will write with us to let loose and make room for gratitude. We will release the critical voice that keeps us from creating and traps us in limiting belief systems. The Metal element shows us how to let go, to grieve and to release that which no longer serves us. It also governs our capacity to recognize abundance in our life and to appreciate all that is.
Many common issues can cause hair loss and breakage: chemical and heat styling, chemotherapy, hereditary alopecia, and eczema, among others. In this hands-on class, we will discuss what our bodies require for healthy hair growth and how you can support this through nutrition, supplements, acupuncture, and herbs.
Acupuncture and Sound Healing can break up old patterns of holding by creating space, deep relaxation and supporting the Lungs. Specially prescribed points accompanied by healing sound vibrations together with your intentions can be a powerful catalyst for renewal and transformation!