Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine
Acupuncture is one of the 4 branches of Oriental Medicine, and involves inserting fine needles into specific points on the body (acupoints), which communicate with channels of vital energy (called Qi, or Chi) and blood. More ...
Chinese herbal medicine can treat and prevent a variety of illnesses, and makes up the main modality & pharmacopoeia of the oldest living professional medicine! Prescription is based on an individual's diagnosed pattern of symptoms, not just their disease diagnosis. More ...
QiGong & Taiji
Qigong (Chi Kung), or "energy exercise" is a holistic healing art and important branch of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It involves different methods of breathing, posture, meditation, movement, and intent or will (Yi), and is an ancient system of self-healing exercise. More ...
Acupuncture without the needles! Please call for more information.
Tui Na (twee-nah) massage, another important branch of TCM, is an external manipulative treatment used to stimulate points on the meridians, regulate yin & yang, move qi & blood, and restore the function of tendons, joints, and bones.