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Jan. 2, 2013

Sexpert Jill Blakeway stops in to talk about her new book, Sex Again, and shares some surprisingly simple tips for a better sex life. Read More>>

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Good Advice Dec. 4, 2012

According to sex and fertility expert Jill Blakeway, meditation can boost your libido and seriously intensify your orgasms. Um, what are you waiting for? Read More>>

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Dec. 3, 2012

Learn to clear sex-time mental chatter and intensify your orgasms in five easy steps. Read More>>

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Oct. 31, 2012

YinOva Center director Jill Blakeway uses fresh garden veggies to make seasonal green juice concoctions, including the basil-ginger Verdessence. Read More>>

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Aug. 30, 2011

The acupuncturist-director of the YinOva Center is currently coping with an overflowing garden. See how her fridge (and friends) are benefiting from the bounty. Read More>>

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Mar. 30, 2011

In New York City, we can tell spring is in the air when patients come in with red eyes and stuffy noses, says acupuncturist Jill Blakeway, director of the YinOva Center. Read More>>

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Good Advice Jan. 25, 2011

At an upcoming event, two New York City wellness experts explain how Traditional Chinese Medicine and feng shui can improve your chances of getting, um, lucky. Read More>>

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Jan. 6, 2011

The popular YinOva Center, known for its "fertility goddess" director Jill Blakeway, is expanding (like many of its now-pregnant clients) to a storefront community space on East 11th Street. Read More>>

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Good Escapes Nov. 17, 2010

We asked six stars on the New York City wellness scene—from yogi Tara Stiles to beauty pioneer Barbara Close—where they go to escape the worst of winter. Read More>>

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Sep. 16, 2010

You're invited to join the editors of Well+Good and women's health expert Jill Blakeway, director of the YinOva Center, for a salon-style event on two of the hottest wellness issues for New York women...Read More>>

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Good Advice Feb. 8, 2010

When it comes to getting pregnant, NYC women may have special challenges. (And not just because we tend to wait until our 30s and 40s.) “We are evolutionarily programmed to be less fertile during...Read More>>

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