Bozeman’s affordable acupuncture and wellness center. PRH is the place to heal and feel your best at a price you can always afford.
• Herbal Medicine
• Nutritional Counseling
• Lifestyle Counseling
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PRH is now offering Acupressure and Thai Massage. Acupressure is one of a number of Asian bodywork therapies. It utilizes the principles of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
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Chronic inflammation is believed to be a root cause in many serious and debilitating health issues, and so we at PRH want to provide you with some tips on how to reduce chronic inflammation and bolster your health.
Inflammation is our body's natural immune response to an injury or exposure to harmful stimuli, and chronic inflammation occurs when that initial response does not resolve itself. Chronic inflammation can be caused by many different things, but the most common root cause is poor diet, also making it an easy condition to avoid!
When reducing inflammation, our aim is to move stagnant fluids out of our ...more
Beginning May 10, we will begin to offer suggested donation yoga classes here at PRH!
Our weekly offerings will begin with:
HATHA FLOW, SUNDAY 12 - 1:15 PM
Get ready for Monday with this mellow yet invigorating practice. Work out the kinks, strengthen and energize so that you can start your week feeling your very best.
What is Suggested Donation Yoga?
It's just what it sounds like. We suggest a donation. You pay what you can so that you return for more. We want this to be a regular practice for you and encourage everybody to join in. Just drop your payment in the blue donation box ...more
This series of six stretches was designed to facilitate qi flow through the channels of the body, and can be used as part of a daily practice to promote well-being. The uninhibited flow of Qi, or life energy, through the body is the most important principle in Chinese Medicine: in a healthy person, qi flows through twelve distinct channels of the body to make a complete circuit, and health problems result when the flow is blocked. Acupuncture serves to open blocked areas of qi by inserting needles into specific points located along the twelve channels. This series of stretches works ...more