Craniosacral Therapy
Sarah Sue Myers, ND
Tuesday, March 21, 2017

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  1. A Pregnancy Tea & Fertility Story
    21 Mar, 2018
    A Pregnancy Tea & Fertility Story
    A Pregnancy Tea & Fertility Story An honest sharing of vulnerabilities, griefs and hopes in fertility I made this tea about two years ago.  It is a blend of nettle leaf, raspberry leaf, and holy basil (tulsi), all of which I had the opportunity to harvest while living in Southern Oregon. At the time I harvested and formulated this tea, I was pregnant.  These herbs were chosen & harvested with the care and intention of crafting up a tea that would support me in during my pregnancy.  I never got
  2. Cold Plunge Time!
    29 Jun, 2017
    Cold Plunge Time!
    Cold Plunge Time!     One of my favorite things to do are cold plunges.  What is that?  Well, it’s pretty simple.  It is when one jumps, plunges, or immerses oneself into a cold body of water.  There is only a brief amount of time spent in that cold water, typically 15-60 seconds, before needing to exit the water. Now, why on earth would a medically trained doctor urge me to jump into a cold body of water?  Because it is good for you, in so many ways!      Why is cold water good for you?
  3. Creating Conditions for Healthy Menstruation
    08 Mar, 2017
    Creating Conditions for Healthy Menstruation
    On this International Women's day, I could not think of a better topic to explore - menstruation!  Yet, our relationship with menstruation can be “complicated”...  We typically don’t like to talk about them.  If we do, it is only to blame women for their moodiness.  They are “inconvenient.”  They can create suffering, embarrassment, a mess.  They are dreaded, denied, resented, even cursed.   And, how much are these thoughts, attitudes and language we are using around menses perpetuating more