Eastern Approach to Common Health Struggles


July 24, 2019

 

EP 101: Eastern Approach to Common Health Struggles with Kiya Hunter

In this episode, I ask Kiya Hunter for simple remedies to common health issues like headaches, digestive issues, and achy joints, from a Traditional Chinese Medicine approach. We talk about the dangers of drinking cold drinks & icing your injuries.

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WE TALK ABOUT:
  • The differences in training in Traditional Chinese Medicine + Western Medical systems
  • How her practice has been enhanced by incorporating flower essences 
  • Different types of headaches, how to get to the root cause of them + simple practices to ease the pressure
  • Dangers of drinking cold drinks & icing your injuries
  • TCM theories that will keep you healthy + well: 
  • Importance of mindful eating to prevent bloating, food sensitivities + digestive issues
  • Why white sugar magnifies emotional issues + causes imbalance in the body
More about Kiya:

Kiya Hunter is a licensed acupuncturist with a combined 15 years of experience in massage, bodywork, pelvic care and Traditional Chinese Medicine. She also practices cupping, gush and facial acupuncture + cupping. In her free time she studies the human body, reading articles + staying up to date on all the latest health info. She loves hanging out with her seven year old son, eats a ridiculous amount of homemade pesto and loves GF chocolate chip waffles with peanut butter, maple syrup + honey for breakfast.

Have a question you want me to ask on the next Q + A episode with Kiya? Leave it in the comments below or shoot us an email at podcast@lotuswei.com.

Like this Episode?

Check out Spiritual Patterns Beneath Physical Imbalances with Kiya Hunter

CONNECT WITH KIYA:

Follow her on: Instagram
Visit her website here !

CONNECT WITH KATIE:

Follow her on Instagram: @iamkatiehess @lotuswei
LinkedIn: Katie Hess
Media Kit: Katie Hess, International

Happy listening,


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