Welcome back to part 2 of our episode with Pediatric Acupuncturist Robin Ray Green, author of Heal Your Child from the Inside Out: The 5-Element Way to Nurturing Healthy, Happy Kids. Last week, we talked about non-needle techniques you can use to help heal your children from a wide variety of health issues including digestive disorders and food intolerances.
This week, we look at and expanded definition of the 5 Element Theory and how it can be applied to home and work life. Plus we’ll answer questions from our audience.
Robin Ray Green is a mother of two boys, licensed acupuncturist and herbalist and a leading expert in the field of pediatric acupuncture. She holds a Master’s in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the prestigious Five Branches University in Santa Cruz, California. Robin has over ten years clinical experience helping children with asthma, allergies and eczema heal using Chinese medicine.
An up-and-coming Hay House author, Robin’s book, Heal Your Child from the Inside Out: The 5-Element Way to Nurturing Healthy, Happy Kids, is available now. Her popular kid’s health blog, now at robinraygreen.com, has over 1 million visitors annually and she runs a directory to connect parents to pediatric acupuncture specialists at Kids Love Acupuncture. Robin founded the Center for Advanced Acupuncture Pediatrics, which provides premier pediatric acupuncture training. worldwide. You can also find Robin on Facebook, in her Facebook group, Heal Your Child Book, her Kids Love Acupuncture Facebook page,
Great Resources From Robin Ray Green:
- Sign up for her free class: 3 Simple Dietary Changes that’ll have the BIGGEST impact on your child’s health!
- Download Robin’s Wellness Massage For Babies and Kids
Highlights from today’s episode:
05:27 ~ An overview of the 5 Element Theory and the corresponding organs.
09:56 ~ How the 5 Element Theory applies to home and work life.
Questions from our audience:
17:09 ~ How would you recommend as a parent we help our children be open to trying acupuncture?
18:27 ~ You talk about how you came to be in your field through your need to help your son with his eczema. What other significant health changes have you experienced through journey that has had a great impact on children?
19:22 ~ What guides do you give to parents unsure especially when facing ‘modern’ medicine being too quick to give out drugs and creams rather than trialling natural medicines. How do you recommend parents handle or determine what is the best method of them and their child?
33:51 ~ My son was recently diagnosed as having the Celiac disease gene, whilst he doesn’t have the disease, I’ve been advised that should signs appear, to get him rechecked. I find this very reactive and not proactive. What would you recommend I do?