Acupuncture uses these same meridians and pressure points, but places fine flexible ‘needles’ into the points to stimulate or calm the system as necessary.
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Cupping is a type of therapy that originated in China. It involves placing cups on the skin to create suction. The suction may facilitate healing with blood flow.LEARN MORE >
Auriculotherapy is a technique of using points on the skin of the auricle (external ear) to diagnose and treat pain and medical conditions of the body. Also referred to as Auricular Medicine, practitioners all over the world use this therapy to treat pain, addictions and internal disorders with excellent results.
TUI NA MASSAGE
Tui Na Massage is one of the five pillars of traditional Chinese medicine, along with acupuncture, phytotherapy, dietetics and qigong. It boasts over 300 different manipulations and can be classified among the dynamic forms of massage. Attuned to the human body, tui-na is now widely recognized as an excellent preventive therapy.
Pindas are the herbal tools of phytotherapy applied to the body during massage, using the meridians and energy points as the guide.