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As the brisk Autumn air settles in,

We move into the second part of the Movement Class that is held every Thursday morning, 9-9:45 at the Vic West community Centre. 

Enliven your mornings with the many positive benefits of Tai Qi, Qi Gong and SoTai Ho! These are Japanese Movement exercises capable of balancing the body and enhancing the vitality of the internal organs and energy meridians. 

TIME: Thursdays 9-945 am
DATE: Nov 10 to Dec 15
LOCATION: Vic West Community Centre
PRICE: 6/$70 +GST

Can't commit to all sessions?
Drop-ins are welcomed and encouraged!

Register with the community centre

By Phone:
250-590-8922
*visa, mastercard and credits accepted
In person:
Victoria West Community Centre
521 Craigflower Rd.

We had a very successful Acupressure for Self-Help workshop this past weekend at the VicWest community center. Thank you to all those who participated and we hope you are still reaping the benefits and continuing to digest the knowledge of various meridian flows and diverse acu-points.

We are planning on having another similar workshop very soon! There will be new information presented and it will be very complimentary to the one we just hosted.

Thank you for your continued interest and support!
Are there any Acupuncture practitioners interested in learning about Japanese style acupuncture? There will be a workshop in the coming new year that will contribute to creating a baseline of knowledge on the various benefits of Japanese Acupuncture.
We are finalizing the technologic aspects of our new venture, Our Online Store! We will be continually adding products and information to this page as the season develops. Let us work together on this new avenue and hopefully it'll be successful for all!
You can access the Oriri Health Boutique via the website or by following the link:  http://www.oriri.ca/shop/

 

Have you heard of a plant called Kalanchoe or Bryophyllum?

While the name may not ring a bell, if you've had treatment recently, you will have seen this plant in the clinic along with all its' little babies!
This succulent herb is found naturally throughout the Tropics, but it's native habitat is Madagascar and South Africa.
The leaf of the plant is the primary part used in herbal medicine. The leaf can be eaten whole, made into a tea or, as we have been brewing over the last moon cycle, a tincture!
This is a plant that has been heavily researched for its medicinal properties, along with its cultural importance to the local people.

It's like a tropical, halloween-themed rainforest in here!
On this Kalanchoe leaf, you can see its little babies that are growing and developing. (mind you most have already been collected)
In the wild, these little babies can get so big they will actually take down the whole plant. From there, after establishing contact with the ground, new shoots will rise into their own Kalanchoe plant.  
 
This medicinal plant is highly valued for its phyto-chemicals: Alkaloids (important for physiological properties), saponnins, tannins and flavonoids (source of antioxidants). These are important for the well being of our human bodies.
Medicinally, this plant is an important anti-fungal, anti-viral and anti-inflammatory. Kalanchoe is really helpful in treating respiratory issues, and anything to do with the lungs. It can also be utilized for wound healing.
Our Oriri Kalanchoe Tincture is now available! We have honored the moon cycle as this Kalanchoe Tincture has been brewing since the new moon and is full of healing intent for the coming cold season. 

If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us via email, phoning in or sending a text message. 

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