Eczema and Psoriasis—Natural Approaches

By Dr. Alison Kerns Eczema and psoriasis are two of the most challenging chronic, everyday skin conditions encountered in dermatology. Both eczema and psoriasis tend to have a genetic component and they can be triggered by stress and environmental factors. Neither condition is contagious nor infections and they cannot be transmitted by external contact or … Continued

Dharana—Yoga for the Eyes

Shannon Funk, RYT Have you ever wondered if you really saw what was going on? Or did you see what someone else saw; did you see something ‘eye to eye’? Or even the always interesting’ “Do you see what I am saying”? How do we see what someone is saying? Seeing is about vision, but it is also about … Continued

Spotlight on Yoga: Uddiyana Bandha Explained

Energy flows throughout our body through nadis or channels, an intricate system that connects at the chakra points and has storage points called ‘bandhas’.

Spring 2014 Yoga Schedule at AIM!

Hi Folks, The roll out of the Yoga Program here at AIM has been a success so far, and we hope that even more of you can join us for classes this spring.  Click below for a PDF of the Spring 2014 Yoga Class Schedule and pricing.  Hope to see you here! Spring 2014 Yoga … Continued

Foods that help fight virus

Foods that help fight virus Hey folks, Since this month’s newsletter is all about Cold and Flu season, I wanted to share this neat article I found that relates to using certain foods to fight off the flu.  Give it a try!

Mohammad Shegeft, ND

Dr. Mohammad Shegeft received his undergraduate degree from Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington, and his doctorate in Naturopathic medicine from Bastyr University.  He finished his clinical rounds at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health including specialty shifts in oncology, IV therapy, diabetes and cardiology. He also completed shifts at the Lake Forest Park Senior Center and West … Continued