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Traditional Medicine For A Modern World

Acupuncture taps into the body's innate healing capacity to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and promote healing. With roots in ancient China, Traditional Chinese Medicine is a complete system of medicine that treats the whole person - body, mind, and spirit. Using a combination of Eastern medicine and Western science, Dr. Laura uses an integrated approach to help patients with a wide range of physical and mental health conditions including pain, anxiety, insomnia, digestive issues, and more.

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Dr. Laura 庆中 Weatherbee, L.Ac.
Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

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Acupuncture taps into the body's innate healing capacity
to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and promote healing. 

Live To Sustain Blog

As a Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, I understand that individual health is just one part of a larger whole. When we consider health through a holistic lens, it includes so much more than the human body. The health of our planet, our families, our communities, and ourselves are all deeply intertwined. It's time to stop living passively, and take responsibility for sustainability.

Meditate! It’s eff’n great!

By Adam Cunningham

Towards the end of 2017, after some dabbling with meditation, I decided to give it a whole hearted effort. My venture into meditation started as a way to help myself de-stress after a…

Kitchen Renovation Part 2 – Construction Begins

By Laura Weatherbee

Welcome back to Part 2 of our kitchen renovation project. Check out Part 1 to see where we started. Today we’re going to dive right into the construction, and I’ll tell you about…

Kitchen Renovation Part 1 – Before + Design Plan

By Laura Weatherbee

Hey friends! Today I want to share with you the details of my kitchen renovation project. I must confess that this was not a particularly “sustainable” renovation project. After working for nearly a…

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By Laura Weatherbee

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Just Say Yes.

By Adam Cunningham

Yesterday, Laura and I went to the Women’s March 2018. To be honest, I had no intention of going. Originally, I had plans to meet up with a friend yesterday. When those plans…

Mission explained

By Live to Sustain

We wanted to expand on our mission statement a bit in case anyone was still wondering what “Live to Sustain” is all about. ADAM: The idea was spurred on by curiosity. I asked…