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Acupuncture: 8 Frequently Asked Questions

What is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is an ancient Healing Art that comes to us from China, Japan and other Asian countries. Endorsed by the World Health Organization (WHO), and traditionally a preventive medicine, it continues to be used by over one third of the world’s population as a primary form of medicine. Acupuncture works well with other forms of medicine, including Western medicine.
2. How does Acupuncture work?
Acupuncture balances a person’s life energy, or Qi (pronounces “Chee”). Everything in us – all physical and non-physical (i.e mental, emotional) processes depend on the presence of Qi, and Qi is present in all living […]

Pet-Friendly Accommodations at Cabot Shores

Cabot Shores welcomes the entire family; consider us pet-friendly. At Cabot Shores we consider pets family, and it is not really a vacation when you leave a member of the family behind, so we provide pet-friendly accommodations and room to roam. We have 55 acres to explore, so you’ve got a lot of ground to …

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Enjoy Your Yurt in Fall & Winter: What you should know

As fall sets in we are reminded by the crisp mornings and chilly evenings to have extra clothing, blankets or quilts, and extra hot tea when heading outdoors. Many people are surprised that Cabot Shores is open 4 seasons, and even more so that we encourage our guests to stay in Mongolian and cedar style yurts …

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Harvest time in the gardens!

My name is Amanda, and I am the garden-to-table intern for September/ October here at Cabot Shores. My role here is to care for the plants and veggies in the gardens, and help cook and serve food in the bistro. The past few weeks have been a time of great harvest here. We have harvested …

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Garden to Table: Planting in the Snow

My name is Jilian and I am the Garden to Table intern at Cabot Shores. My role is to manage our gardens and work with our chef to help infuse our menu with homegrown ingredients. Despite the seemingly never-ending winter, our gardens are now in full bloom. We began prepping the outdoor garden in mid May, snow …

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