Traditional Chinese Acupuncture:


Acupuncture is an ancient art consisting of various techniques, a multitude of methodologies and an amazingly accurate scientific study of the human body, internally and externally in relation to its environment. Similar to the advancements of pre-modern civilizations like the Dogon Tribe of Mali who still baffle modern astronomers with their detailed perception of far away star constellations.This sacred and secret art of Acupuncture has survived the test of time and modernization, granting us access to a world of finesse, poetry and medicine. Traditionally known as a Chinese specialty rooted in the earliest forms of Qi Gong and Taoist philosophy, Chinese Medicine is now a globally accepted means to treat sickness, chronic degenerative disease and acute illnesses. 

 Acupuncture is just one arm of the multi-faceted, multi-dimensional holistic system called Classical Chinese Medicine. By executing pinpoint diagnostic skills, your practitioner is able to concisely diagnose your current condition based on a well understood 5,000 year old energetic outline of your organ system and its function. From this diagnosis a treatment plan is devised to choose a method that will bring your body into harmonic function by toning, reducing, activating and/or redirecting the movement of energy in your body called 'Qi'. It is Chinese wisdom to acknowledge that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure and herein lays the value of Traditional Chinese Medicine.


    Appropriate acu-points are selected after diagnosis in special combination to signal your bodies homeostatic processes. The goal is to realign and balance your bodily processes into a more creative, life affirming and productive flow. At certain times such as when the window of opportunity for prevention has closed, Acupuncture is utilized to speed up recovery from an ailment. In these cases the symptoms one is experiencing will still occur but their duration will be quickened through the actions of meridian specific acupuncture. Although acupuncture can stimulate and sedate many functions that the body conducts sufficiently on its own when in proper wellness; the introduction of herbs is what begins to draw Chinese medicine into the picture we are so familiar with. A dynamic balance that we have known and are seeking to reunite with, also known as The Yin & Yang Tai Chi Symbol. (pronounced Eeeen & Yong rhymes with Bean and Pong)


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