Chinese New Year Fire Rooster

“The Chinese New Year begins on the first New Moon of the year, which is January 28th, 2017.
Last year was the year of the Fire monkey which brought many surprises and unpredictability. A lot of people felt all over the place in 2016 but now in 2017, things are going to feel more grounded.
The Rooster is an organized, practical and grounded animal that likes to plan and take calculated risks. While the Monkey is all about the element of surprise, Rooster energy is more about making planned decisions.
In 2017, it is going to be necessary to plan your next move and to start thinking step-by-step what you want to achieve and how you are going to achieve it.
The Rooster is often the leader and commands the respect of all the hens, making 2017 a perfect year to step up and take responsibility for the direction of your life.
The Yin energy also gives 2017 a feminine quality. While you will be required to do some prepping and planning, you will also need to trust and follow your instincts and intuition.”

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About Katherine Smyth

Katherine Smyth, is a registered Acupuncturist with the CTCMA, personal trainer, yoga teacher, and counselor and owner of Squamish Mountain Medicine. Squamish Mountain Medicine is an alternative medicine clinic helping people live pain free without the use of prescription drugs. Squamish Mountain Medicine provides natural health options to people of all ages, with a specialty in pain, injuries, stress, depression & anxiety, headaches, digestive issues, women’s health, fertility and pregnancy care. Kat is a proud part of the integrative team of practitioners at Reach Physiotherapy Clinic in Squamish, British Columbia. To book an appointment or for more info go to www.squamishmountainmedicine.com

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