Today, Chuck, partners with the Greenville County School System and introduces his entourage of mammals, snakes, reptiles, and amphibians to children in grades Pre-K-8th grade. His presentations focus on the unique characteristics and habitat of the animals as well as the importance of conservation of all species.
With regards to acupuncture, Berry points out that the process is not just for treating pain. “We often see people with high stress and/or emotional trauma. The world moves so fast that people have come to see stress as normal. This style of acupuncture is helpful because the practitioner gets to tap into pain that’s related to emotional disturbances. Using practices unique to Five Element Acupuncture, the pain is relieved—but the person can also see an emotional improvement.”
“Looking back, my grandmother Della placed me on the path of natural well care at a very early age. Her mother was an herbalist and my grandmother’s approach to wellness was food-based and very simple.” So began the conversation with Tawana Hamby, creator and owner of Good to Go Juice Bar. It is interesting to note that many of our grandparents’ and great-grandparents’ solutions to health were based on using the natural world around us. In some countries, this is still common, but in the U.S., it’s just recently gaining ground again.