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November 19th, 2017

BodyTalk Access

BODY TALK ACCESS is absolutely brilliant in that, everyone loves it and feels its positive effects mentally, emotionally and physically.  All the way around, it’s super refreshing.







“Life changing for me and the people around me who will benefit from BodyTalk Access.  Judith added her experience that has deepened our commitment to good health with BodyTalk.” L.G.

“Great class, can’t wait go and put this to use.  Nothing like letting the body heal itself.  Dr. Judith is a wonderful practitioner.”  P.M.

“Judith is a great teacher of the BodyTalk process. Everything was great!” M.Y.

“These techniques are very relaxing and grounding, also peaceful and very informative.  I would just say everything was very nice and I don’t know how  you could have made it better, Dr. Judith.”  N.V.

“I am so thankful for the information you’ve shared today, it truly helped deepen my understanding of how the body functions as a system and mirrored whole, both mind expanding and affirming in many ways.  It was so practical too!  K. S.

“The class fulfilled my expectations and beyond, it was an effective use of balance, intellectual information and hands on experience.”  M.M.

October 9th, 2017

Balancing the Brain


Recent events along with the full moon in Aires caused emotions to be high and a level of honesty we are now mopping up.  Sometimes during negative events like the Las Vegas shooting, our brains cannot handle the enormous amount of intense sad information and we go into systems overload.  We then notice our heightened anxiety, we can’t sleep as well, we can’t decide on the simplest things and the information is played like a broken record in our minds.  We are trying to make sense out of something which is truly, senseless.

The simple method of Balancing the Cortices of the brain can help us to reset and clear the mind.    When our central nervous system is working optimally we can handle what life brings us.  This is a quick way to cope, as well to heal from trauma and emotional upset.  When the body filters the information it receives more efficiently we get sick less often, make sense?

Please come to 9th Street Wellness October 18, 6:30pm for a demonstration on how to balance the cortices as well as an acupuncture and cupping treatment. $25

May 1st, 2017

Ayurvedic Medicine and Self-Care

The Ayurvedic workshop that took place yesterday at Door County Yoga in Sturgeon Bay was warm and nurturing.  Everyone needs down time for healing, yoga, meditation and massage plus the vegetarian fare was healthy and delicious.  I was happy to have 10 students some seasoned and others completely new to the practice and eager to learn.  As a practitioner and educator it is completely gratifying to open the door to these ancient teachings in their wisdom and simplicity to yogis and future aspirants.  It’s also a great reminder for me to practice and take time for myself to restore and rejuvenate enabling so many to do the same.

February 20th, 2017

Hot flashes or night sweats?

Menopause is a time when many women become yin deficient, meaning that the cooling, moistening, and calming aspects of their physiology is weakening. As a result, peri and post- menopausal women often get hot, irritated, anxious, and can’t sleep as well. There are some very effective acupuncture points like Kidney 6 and Liver 10 which, nourish the yin followed by some very effective Chinese Herbal formulas which specifically bring the heat down and nourish the yin.  As we say, acupuncture paves the way and herbs make it stay.

Chinese herbs work synergistically with acupuncture to create a state of continuity in clearing heat and nourishing yin between treatments. I would highly recommend this approach before using hormone therapy, as these natural options are free of side effects. Hormone therapy is quite controversial in terms of its long-term effects. While it may work quickly to alleviate symptoms in the short run, I would not recommend to be on hormones for a period of time given the additional environmental factors which can increase the risk of cancer.

Watch out for Hot Flash Triggers

  • drinking alcohol
  • consuming products with caffeine
  • eating spicy foods
  • being in a hot room, hot yoga
  • feeling stressed or anxious
  • wearing tight clothing
  • smoking or being exposed to cigarette smoke

Typically I recommend 3-5 treatments to get the night sweats or hot flashes under control so that you can enjoy your day and get a good nights rest.

When your emotions are out of control and feel your life has suddenly been turned upside down,  I also offer a custom made Bach Flower remedy which you sip during the day in your water bottle and it will surely take the edge off.

November 20th, 2016

The Unique Effectiveness of Cupping

Cupping is unique in that unlike massage it pulls up the layers of skin and muscle to allow the stagnant blood and toxins to be released from the contracted muscle layers.  Pain results from hardened deposits collected in the bridges of the muscles creating a toxic overload where the blood and nerve impulses can no longer circulate.  Cupping beautifully loosens this toxicity and helps the body to eliminate the waste organically.  At times bruising results which goes away in a couple of days.  Many cultures have been practicing cupping for years, I hear stories that grandmas, aunties and mothers alike did cupping when someone in the family was sick or hurting.  I think it evolved contagiously and there was a hundredth monkey effect around the world.  Rightfully so it makes you feel like very deep tension has finally been released which has been sitting there for years!

March 13th, 2016

Spring Cleansing the Balanced Way

Cheers to Wheatgrass at the Hippocrates Institute, so good for the blood!

Cheers to Wheatgrass at the Hippocrates Institute, so good for the blood!

Think New, Eat New and Feel Renewed!  

It’s starting to feel like Spring here in Wisconsin the daffodils and tulips are peaking up, tender spring shoots are everywhere, the trees are budding and frankly we’re all excited and we hope it’s here to stay.   It’s that time of the year that we can’t help but think about cleansing not only our homes & yards but our lives and that includes our bodies too.  What is the best way to do a cleanse and is that what we really need to do?

Yes, not everyone needs to cleanse but everyone needs to balance themselves into spring, from eating heavy soups and baked root veggies and meats if you eat them, to a lighter greener cleaner diet.  Springtime in Chinese Medicine is the time when the Liver and Gall-bladder are most active.  It encompasses not only your physical liver and gall bladder, but the parts of the body associated with its’ element, wood,  with the tendons and connective tissues and the eyes.  Emotionally there’s a big shift now when we want to let go of that which is not serving us into a more free flow of emotions.  Our creativity is sparked and we want to start something new, change our work place and get out of any rut we may be in.  Planning, decision-making goes along with this time of the year as does the emotion of anger (short temper, impatience, frustration also). Doing the appropriate cleanse for you can help your energy to move upward and outward in a more balanced way!

Let’s face it we all have it, winter sludge storage in the digestive tract as we may have it in the sinuses and throat area as well.  So how do we cleanse without throwing ourselves off balance?

*Go outside and breathe some fresh air, exercising for 30 minutes. Healthy lung qi helps invigorate stuck Liver qi.

*Do some qigong or yoga to allowing your qi to flow freely, and to maintain flexibility in the tendons and connective tissue, which is associated with the Liver.

*Forgive someone. Holding onto anger and resentment constrains the Liver Qi. Let it go!

*Eat Lightly. Our Livers help us get rid of the heavy stagnation we might have accumulated during the winter (which might manifest as seasonal allergies as the sludge moves up to eyes and nose). Leaving behind the heavier foods of winter, especially heavy meats, dairy products, and wheat, can help you move into spring feeling lighter.

*Consider cutting down on your liver’s workload by eliminating alcohol, refined sugar, and alcohol. Even if you don’t want to do this forever, consider giving your liver a week or two off from known toxins — a spring vacation from toxins.

*Eat green and pungent. Foods with a pungent taste like onions and garlic, peppermint, basil, dill, fennel, turmeric, rosemary, parsley resonate with the upward, outward direction of the season and can be helpful in eliminating venting the winter sluggishness.

*Young, tender shoots and green leaves, like asparagus, rabe, bean sprouts, and pretty much anything green and leafy kale, collard greens, watercress, romaine, dandelion, parsley are tremendously beneficial to detoxify that liver. If your digestion is weak, stick to cooked vegetables as opposed to raw, which require more energy to digest.
*Drink hot water with lemon first thing in the morning. A little bit of the sour taste helps to gently help the liver slough off toxins. But too much sour will not be good for the liver, so think moderation.

*Take appropriate herbs and enemas to cleanse the colon and GI tract.

*Meditate and Give Thanks

*Enjoy life!

Come to my Spring Cleanse talk on Thursday March 31, 7pm  at Indiglo Med Spa,  2372 South Oneida Street, Green Bay, WI

July 14th, 2015

Quantum Medicine Meets The Old Sage

9th Street Wellness

1028 9th St, Green Bay, WI 54304

(920) 490-9699

Saturday July 18, 1:00-1:45am +
a day of treatments

Dr. Judith Rybicki will be joining 9th St. to collaborate with other holistic practitioners in their annual Wellness Fair. She will be speaking about combining modern energy medicine of The BodyTalk System with the ancient art of Chinese Medicine and how this divine combination guides the body/mind to release old emotions and belief systems and then trickles down to heal the physical.

January 10th, 2015

Ayurvedic Herbs are super balancing

I will be stocking Banyan Botanicals Ayurvedic Herbs in the office for all you yogis and non-yogis alike. They are high quality and insipient free. I recommend them to regulate digestion and elimination and for their gentle cleansing action
In traditional Ayurvedic medicine, Triphala (amlaki, haritaki and bibhitaki), is used for:
~immune system stimulation
~improvement of digestion
~relief of constipation
~gastrointestinal tract cleansing
~relief of gas
~treatment of diabetes
~treatment of eye disease
Triphala has been reported to cause weight loss and to be useful in anemia, jaundice, constipation, cough, asthma, fever, chronic ulcers, leucorrhea, and pyorrhea. Preclinical studies have shown that Triphala is a potent free radical scavenger and possesses antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, analgesic, antibacterial, antimutagenic, adaptogenic, anticancer, and hypoglycemic effects.


September 17th, 2014

Acupuncture Natural Remedy for Seniors

Green Bay Press Gazette 9/17

Green Bay Press Gazette 9/17

March 18th, 2014

Greens += Alive

If you don't have time to make a juice this quick combination in the morning gives you a complete get up and go!  It's full of vitamins and minerals for both men and women to give you the energy you need to start your day.

If you don’t have time to make a juice this quick combination in the morning gives you a complete get up and go! It’s full of vitamins and minerals for both men and women to give you the energy you need to start your day.