FROM THE NORTH: From Flemington: Take Route 202/31S. Follow 31S when it splits from 202S. Go approximately 2 miles to the first traffic light. Make a right turn onto Route 579. Follow for 1 mile and make a right turn onto Rock Road East. Continue on to the stop sign. Cross over Mt. Airy-Harbourton Rd onto Rock Rd. West. Turn into the second driveway on the right side of the road opposite the gray mailbox.

From Ringoes: Follow Route 31S from Ringoes and see above directions.

From Route 95 take Route 31N Pennington exit (exit 4). Approximately 5 miles turn left at the traffic light onto Route 518 (Lambertville-Hopewell Rd). The Hopewell Valley Bank is at this intersection. Follow Route 518 for 2.7 miles (through 2 traffic signals) and turn right onto Harbourton-Mt. Airy Road. Continue for 9/10 of a mile making the first left turn onto Rock Road West. Turn into the second driveway on the right opposite the gray mailbox.

From Lambertville: Take Route 518 for approximately 5 miles and turn left onto Harbourton-Mt. Airy Road. Follow for 9/10 of a mile and turn left onto Rock Rd West. Turn into the second driveway opposite the gray mailbox.

From Hopewell/Princeton: Take Route 518 to Route 31. Cross over Route 31 and remain on Route 518. Follow Route 518 for 2.7 miles (through 2 traffic signals) and turn right onto Harbourton-Mt. Airy Rd. Continue for 9/10 of a mile and turn left onto Rock Rd West. Turn into second driveway on the right opposite the gray mailbox.

Please note that the office is in a house in a residential area. There is no sign!

To Park: Come straight in toward garage and follow the circle around to the left parking on the blacktop just past the porch. Enter through the front door on the porch.

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A Note About Staying Well

Greetings to all,

Just a note about staying well—-the Big C or anything else

  1. First– get some fresh air and sunshine every day – a walk is perfect
  2. Second– eat lots of deep nourishing soups- if you are into the bone broths make sure they are truly organic bones and have lots of veggies in them, add a bit of kombu and/or miso paste greens, mushrooms, root veggies are the best for immunity
  3. Third – and most important- keep sharing those great hugs, loving smiles, words of joy and compassion

Next- all the basics like washing your hands- any kind of soap, keep humidity around 40% in your house, get enough sleep.

If you are sick STAY HOME- you don’t do anyone any favors pushing through and going to work


  • Make or buy some fire cider- the best for clearing everything, 
  • Astragalus root, Nettle leaf- you can put these in your soup too
  • Elderberry syrup,
  • Ginger syrup with a bit of cayenne in it


  • Whatever you like- tumeric, black pepper, cumin cardamom, cinnamon to name a few
  • Boneset (Eupatorium Perforatum) is my go to for flu like symptoms


  • Oscillicoccicum is the best first signs of any likely animal transmitted virus- only a few pellets are needed once- first sign exposure in the neighborhood or your home,
  • Belladonna or Aconitum for fevers- belladonna is fever, flushed, loss of appetite and thirst,
  • Aconitum is sudden onset also panic- lots of that going on right now
  • Bryonia- dry cough,
  • Ant. Tart.- rattly cough,
  • Squilla- cough stuck in the lungs
  • Gelsemium- feeling lots of fatigue/lethargy- droopy

Everyone should be on Bach Rescue Remedy every day- the drops can be put in your water bottle so you take some all day- for feeling vulnerable, stressed, anxious

Our biggest risk of contacting a disease we do not want is our fear and anxiety-, which increases your vulnerability for sure

Your are all incredibly healthy and will do well- call for a pep talk or support of any kind

                                                     Sending lots of hugs and loving thoughts


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