Acupuncture works by stimulating the nervous system through the use of thin needles which in turn stimulates the body's organs to release hormones.
Tui na is both a form of physical bodywork and subtle energy medicine. It excels at releasing the channel sinews and facilitating the movement of joints.
Moxibustion (also called Heat Therapy) is used to stimulate the acupuncture points through the combustion of different materials for restorative purposes.
A healing technique that involves an instrument to press-stroke or scrape lubricated skin in one direction in order to increase circulation and release toxins.
Cupping therapy consists of attaching several hollowed-out cups to the body using pressurized hot air that creates an air-tight environment to promote healing.
Traditional Chinese Medicine helps people find healthy foods that suit their bodies rather than a dietary guidelines that ignores their individuality.