Needling of acupuncture points using sterile single use filiform needles which are inserted subcutaneously to help heal the body. The acupuncture points are on specific channel pathways which relate to different organ systems and specific phases of the body. Stimulating the qi (chi) in these acupuncture pathways can help create balance between the yin and yang energy within the many phases and organ systems of the body to promote optimal health.
Stimulation of acupuncture points along the body’s channel pathways using massage techniques or tools to balance the yin and yang energy of acupuncture pathways and organ systems.
Use of ground up leaves from a medicinal plant called mugwort (Artemesia vulgaris) which is burned near the acupuncture points, creating warmth and qi circulation within the body, facilitating healing for many ailments.
Tuina (Chinese massage)
Chinese massage along acupuncture channels used for acute or chronic musculoskeletal pain, non-musculoskeletal conditions, limited range of motion and poor circulation. This modality uses hands on techniques which stimulate acupuncture points and channels to alleviate many ailments.
Use of therapeutic heated glass cups which creates suction from negative pressure to provide pain relief and movement of energy in the body. This technique can help heal acute or chronic musculoskeletal pain, sprains, strains, limited range of motion and poor circulation.