​I don’t remember where I found my favorite quote. But, I do remember it being so perfect for my life. I am a serial procrastinator. You know, the person who always has a new project but hasn’t finished the last 20. Raise your hand if that’s you. Yep, that’s what I thought.

It’s true, though. IT’S NEVER TOO LATE TO BEGIN. I just spoke with a patient that I am not able to see in the real. She is taking this time to focus on her health. She is at home all the time, so she has the time. Now, this patient has meant to focus on her health for over 15 or so years, and now 15 years later, she is finally doing it! She’s using moxa, changing her diet, and because of this, she is seeing results.

So I come today to you with a challenge: how can you use this time to better your health? Your family? Your acupuncture practice? Your job? What can you simplify to make life work better for you when this all ends? Because this will end. Sooner than you expect, we will all be back at our busyness.

If you want to focus on your health, then hit reply to this email, and I will set up a virtual consult to start you and your children on the road to health.

If you are a practitioner wanting to up your Japanese acupuncture game, I encourage you to pick up your needles and moxa and keep practicing on yourself and your family. It will boost their immune system against COVID-19 and keep your hands in the game. I encourage everyone to not only read NAJOM and other Japanese acupuncture books but try out the methods with their hands.

Whatever you do, utilize this time to begin because it’s never too late.

Wishing you health,
Maya Suzuki

P.S. I am currently working on a big project for Japanese acupuncture. More of this to come!