16 May

Food Poisoning Prevention

The season for outdoor picnics, barbeques, and potlucks is upon us. While eating alfresco is a wonderful treat in the Portland summer months, hot weather and communal dining also come with the risk of food poisoning. Foodborne illness is the result of eating food that has been contaminated with bacteria, viruses, or other parasites. Food […]

10 May

Vote for All and One for Willamette Week’s Best of Portland!

Image Credit: 2018 Willamette Week Please take a moment to vote for us in the Best of Acupuncture Category We are thrilled and honored to receive your nomination to be an entrant in Willie Week’s Best of PDX. Please take the time to support us once more and vote for us!         […]

6 April

Willamette Week’s Best of Portland: Nominate All and One

Image Credit: 2018 Willamette Week Please take a moment to nominate us in the Best of Acupuncture Category   Follow this link to nominate All and One Acupuncture Wellness   Help us spread the word about the healing and care Boynn, Beth and Betsy give at All and One. Nominations go through April 14th ~ […]

15 March

Portland Mercury Features All and One’s Thai Facial

Portland Mercury’s Elizabeth Mollo tried out Beth’s Thai Herb & Jade Stone Facial! Click this link to read about the cosmetic and stress reduction benefits she received from her treatment!     “One doesn’t realize just how much stress and tension is held in the muscles of the face and jaw until a qualified person works […]

6 March

Herbal Compress Massage

Herbal compress massage ~ the ultimate fast fix for stress. My favorite things about the Thai steamed herbal compress massage: Smells amazing: lemongrass, ginger, basil, galangal, basically tom yum in a ball! Feels like your muscles are turning into butter. The combination of gentle, deep pressure, heat-assisted stretching, and tension melting effect is so strong. The […]

6 February

Late Winter and Our Bodies

In the classical Chinese view of the body, humans are likened more closely to ecosystems or plants, rather than machines as is the dominant narrative in “Western” culture. An interesting article (click here) about the body as machine theory shows how Americans are starting to unpack our conceptions of the body and self, turning to […]

5 January

Flu Season Tips

You may have noticed the especially strong flu season this year. Even with the flu shot, our bodies need all the help they can get to stay in top flu-avoiding form. Here are 7 ways to boost your immune system at this critical time of year: Try to get 8 hours of sleep per night […]

20 October

Incorporating Gratitude Into Your Life

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If you’re anything like me, the shortening days of the fall months can negatively impact my mood. I have found that there are a few things I can do to stay positive during this seasonal transition. I try my best to get outside and move my body despite the weather, keep social engagements with friends, […]

6 October

Beating the Common Cold with Foods in Chinese Medicine

It’s that time of year again when the common cold becomes more common. The best medicine is prevention and there’s a lot you can do at home. Getting plenty of rest, moving your body in a way that brings you joy, breathing mindfully, staying hydrated and eating well are all great ways to maintain health […]

21 September

The Fall, And How To Adjust To One’s Landing

Fall is both a season and a verb describing movement, a change of direction, and sudden action. Herodotus observed, “People are most likely to be seized with maladies during changes; changes of anything, but especially of the seasons.” According to the Huananzi, “Autumn wind brings frost, retreat, decline….The grasses and trees retrench to their roots, […]