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Looking back at 2012, and ahead at 2013: A YinOva retrospective

The negative nellies of the social media world seemed pretty quick to bid 2012 a hasty goodbye this year. If you’re like me, and you noticed a barrage of “good riddance” messages to the passing year in your Facebook news feed, you may have asked yourself why. (Unless, of course, you too were thrilled to […]

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Giving thanks: How I lost my house and gained clarity of mind

If someone told me three weeks ago that everything I knew would change overnight I would have never believed them.  But that became mine and countless other families’ reality in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy. The lessons learned since then have been extraordinary. A strange thing happens when you are forced to deal with trauma. […]

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Thanksgiving thoughts: In appreciation of appreciation

“Feeling grateful or appreciative of someone or something in your life, actually attracts more of the things that you appreciate and value into your life.”   – Christiane Northrup Many years ago, when my daughter Emma was small, we kept a gratitude journal, the two of us, for a whole year. Every night we’d each write down something we […]

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Acupuncture in Prime Time

If you have tuned into Bravo recently, chances are you have caught a glimpse of the YinOva Center.

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An interview with Aubrey Levitt of Body & Eden

The YinOva Center is thrilled to be the newest and only New York pick-up spot for Body & Eden’s line of Tonics and Elixirs.

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Move over Fridays, Mondays just got better!

At the YinOva Center we’d like to support you to have a mellow Monday. For a limited time* all new patient appointments on a Monday will be discounted by 25% and there will be a further discount of 10% for all Monday follow-up appointments. Click here to access our online scheduling system. Here our front […]

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Gung Hay Fat Choy!

Wishing you a healthy and prosperous Year of the Dragon January 23rd marks the start of the Chinese New Year. It is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. In China, it is known as the “Spring Festival” and it marks the end of the Winter season. Since the Chinese follow a Lunisolar calendar, […]

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Events at YinOva: Penelope Jagessar Chaffer

As any regular reader of our blog knows, Jill & I cook with tomatoes a lot. We grow our own during the summer and continue exploring recipes with them when winter comes – often with fresh and canned tomatoes we pick up at the supermarket. Well last night our eyes were opened and we may have […]

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Happy New Year

Gung Hay Fat Choy. A very happy and prosperous Year of the Tiger to all of you. The Chinese have followed a lunar calendar since 2600 B.C.E. which means that the first day of the year can be anywhere between late January and mid February. This year New Year’s Day happens to fall on Valentine’s […]

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Help for Haiti at YinOva

Throughout the month of February the YinOva Center will donate a percentage of each acupuncture or massage treatment to the relief efforts in Haiti. Patients can direct their money to one of the following charities. Doctors without Borders Care Friends of the Orphans We encourage all current patients to come on in and what’s more […]

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Our YinOva Cocktail – Thank You Star Vodka

When we decided to have a party at the YinOva Center, Mark our trusty manager was charged with the task of creating the perfect cocktail. We, the YinOva team, chipped in our suggestions…. healthy but not too healthy…light but intoxicating…fruity but not too sweet and someone (who shall be nameless) requested that it act as […]

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Ladies Who Lunch

Due to popular demand the YinOva Center is offering a FREE “Ladies Who Lunch” workshop on Wednesday, September 16 from 12:30 to 1:15pm at the Center. We invite you to bring your lunch and we’ll provide the drinks while you learn from our newest staff member Nicole Kruck, LMT on how to use massage to […]

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