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Rent Space At Pulse!

By |2018-04-18T09:54:48+00:00April 18th, 2018|Categories: Blogs, Community Announcements & Events|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Rent Space At Pulse!

Rent Our Space!

Bright, clean and peaceful office space for a healing professional. Ideal for life coaches, counselor, therapists, ND, one on one yoga or other healthcare professionals. Ideal for established practitioners.  Fabulous downtown location in Boise’s Historic North End with quick access to downtown and the connector. Space features fully furnished room, reception area, large meeting space and kitchen space.

About Pulse

Boise’s longest running holistic health care practice, Pulse is a group of independent Holistic healthcare practitioners offering a variety of modalities and skills.  Our vision is to help you and your family maintain or improve on your health and wellbeing at any age or stage of life. In illness, Holistic healthcare modalities focus on  maximizing the body’s own natural ability to heal by treating the root of the condition to alleviate symptoms and provide long-term freedom from illness.

Call for more details or for a tour. 208.955.8272

Rent by hour or by day.

$18- by hour
$200 – 1 day week
$325 – 2 days week
$410 – 3 days week
$450 – 4 days week

Includes:

Fabulous downtown location
WiFi & Utilities
Website & Online presence
Furnished room with linens
Handicap access
Reception & conference space
Kitchen space

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Give the Gift of Health

By |2017-11-01T15:15:58+00:00October 25th, 2017|Categories: Blogs, Community Announcements & Events|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

 

The Gift of Health

What could be better than the gift of wellbeing and health?

Pulse has gift certificates available!

Purchase them for a particular service or practitioner or purchase one for any amount with any practitioner. 

Give them to friends and family…or yourself.

Buy online here or call 208.955.8272 !

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Congratulations Tyra Burgess!

By |2018-05-31T13:41:53+00:00February 22nd, 2016|Categories: Blogs, Community Announcements & Events|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Pulse is happy to announce that Tyra Burgess has moved from the level of Associate Member to Member as a part of the Pulse Cooperative.  Tyra’s practice at Pulse has grown rapidly over the past year and she has proven to be an enthusiastic part of our business and community.  She’s an attentive and caring practitioner that works with a diverse clientele.  We look forward to her continued involvement and growth.

Find out more about Tyra here.

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Celebrate The Year Of The Fire Monkey

By |2018-05-31T13:39:01+00:00January 25th, 2016|Categories: Blogs, Community Announcements & Events|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

The Chinese New Year celebrates ushering out the old and escorting in the new with intention and grace. For many cultures, the lunar New Year is the most important and festive holiday of the year. It’s a social time to be with loved ones, prepare elaborate feasts, and reset for the year to come. The Chinese New Year is a time to let go of what is no longer serving or sustaining us.

It’s a time to don the new, start fresh and clean!

 

Chinese New Year Celebration

February 6th, 6-8 pm

Join us for an evening of food, libations and general merriment!

We’ll also be hosting a mini class about what the year of the fire monkey means for us, as well as a guided meditation to help us set our intentions.

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The Year Of The Fire Monkey

By |2016-12-29T12:24:14+00:00January 16th, 2016|Categories: Blogs, Chinese Medicine, Community Announcements & Events|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

April Crowell, Dipl. ABT (NCCAOM), AOBTA CI & CP, CHN

Monday, February 8th, 2016 is the second new moon following the winter solstice.  This is the Chinese New Year and the start of the spring festival in Asian cultures. In February, the stubborn but gentle Wood Goat  steps aside to make room for the lively Fire (Red) Monkey.

Each year of the Chinese calendar corresponds to one of the 12 animals (rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog and the pig).  Besides the animal, we also cycle through each of the 5 elements (fire, earth, metal,water and wood) to create a full 60 year cycle.  By the time you cycle back to the animal year and element that you were born in you will be 60–so, don’t hold your breath.  Each animal carries its own unique personality and disposition, couple that with the elemental energies and can get an idea of the nature of the how the year may play out.

The nature of the monkey

Those born in the year of the monkey (2016, 2004, 1992….just keep subtracting 12…) are highly sociable, talkative and quick witted, imaginative and loyal.  They often have a large group of friends, are very inquisitive, and require constant activity and movement.  They are highly intelligent and competitive,  they love money and are often skilled at whatever career they choose. Monkeys get bored easily and are always on the go–looking for the next adventure or game.  Monkeys tend to have keen mental and psychological skills that allow them to read others easily.  In virtue, this enables the to understand others quickly. In vice, the trait often plays out in subtle manipulation and egocentric behavior.When out of balance, the playful monkey might become […]

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Nowruz- The Persian/Iranian New Year

By |2016-12-29T12:24:15+00:00March 2nd, 2015|Categories: Community Announcements & Events|Tags: , |0 Comments

Soraya Maleki, LAc.

Spring is almost here! On the heels of the Chinese New Year comes one last opportunity to celebrate the ushering in of 2015. Symbolic of the rebirth of nature, the Persian New Year, or Nowruz, is celebrated on the first day of spring. With Now meaning new, and ruz meaning day, the customs performed during this yearly celebration are representations of two opposing forces; end and rebirth/good and evil. This is a time of year to thoroughly clean and rearrange one’s home, make or buy new clothing, bake pastries and germinate seeds as a sign of renewal.

A ceremonial table setting, or sofreh-ye haft-sinn, is arranged in each home to display symbolic dishes representing rebirth, health, happiness, prosperity, joy, patience and beauty. The words sofreh-ye haft-sinn translate to “cloth of seven dishes.” Upon this cloth is placed sabzeh, or sprouts, to represent birth. Sib, or apple, represents health and beauty. Senjed, or sweet, dry fruit of the lotus tree, represents love. Seer, or garlic, represents medicine. Samanu, a creamy, sweet pudding, represents the finesse of Persian cooking. Somaq, or sumac berries, represents the color of the sunrise. It is said that “with the appearance of the sun, good conquers evil.” Serkeh, or vinegar, represents age and patience. Additional items are placed on the sofreh-ye haft-sinn to reinforce the intentions of the seven dishes. Items include two books of wisdom and tradition; the Koran and a volume of poems by the great Persian poet Hafez. Coins placed on the sofreh represent prosperity and wealth. A basket of painted eggs represents fertility. An orange placed in a bowl of water represents the earth floating in space. A goldfish, placed in a different bowl, represents life […]