Category: acupuncture

Positive Habits One Can Learn From Studying Chinese Medicine

Chinese medicine has certain positive habits that will be useful for you. These habits can help you become a more effective student, a better partner and parent, help you perform more productive work with a better attitude and make you an overall happier person. These habits are as follows: 1. Activation of “cure-all” acupuncture points […]

Saturday November 9th, 2019 in acupuncture, Chinese medicine | Comments Off on Positive Habits One Can Learn From Studying Chinese Medicine

The Uses of Cupping Therapy

Cupping is a healing technique whereby a cup is applied on the skin and the negative pressure within the cup (generated by suction or heat) holds and draws the superficial muscles and skin into the cup. While the suction is still strong, the cup is sometimes moved, causing the muscle and skin to be pulled. […]

Saturday September 7th, 2019 in acupuncture | Comments Off on The Uses of Cupping Therapy

What Is Craniosacral Massage Therapy?

Craniosacral massage is a hands-on procedure and gentle therapy that evaluates and enhances the craniosacral system’s function. This type of massage is a form of healing therapy, and in this article, we will examine its benefits in more detail. What is the Craniosacral System? A physiological system like the respiratory and cardiovascular systems, the craniosacral […]

Saturday August 24th, 2019 in acupuncture | Comments Off on What Is Craniosacral Massage Therapy?

The Traditional Chinese Medicine Practice Of Energy Healing

When it comes to energy healing, there is a gamut of diverse explanations among the different cultures of the world. From the viewpoint of TCM or traditional Chinese Medicine in Bellingham, energy healing eliminates any blockages in the energy channels or meridians which are the pathways that spread all across the body. Some healers think […]

Saturday August 24th, 2019 in acupuncture | Comments Off on The Traditional Chinese Medicine Practice Of Energy Healing

The Healing Sound Of The Triple Burner

In Chinese medicine in Fort Lauderdale, the triple burner is an energetic system that is not associated with any organ system as it is not an anatomical organ; it’s rather an energy system or energy control “organ” made up three distinct energy channels whose responsibility is to balance and regulate the energy systems of the […]

Saturday August 17th, 2019 in acupuncture | Comments Off on The Healing Sound Of The Triple Burner

Tuina Therapy For Musculoskeletal, Reproductive, Respiratory, And Digestive Systems Conditions

Tui Na or Tuina is an East Asian Bodywork system that has been practiced in China for 2,500 years. It makes use of the traditional Chinese medicine theory of the movement of vital energy called Chi through the energy channels (meridians) as its primary therapeutic orientation. Via the application of manipulation and massage techniques, Tuina […]

Saturday August 17th, 2019 in acupuncture | Comments Off on Tuina Therapy For Musculoskeletal, Reproductive, Respiratory, And Digestive Systems Conditions

Foods That Support The TCM Kidneys

According to TCM or traditional Chinese Medicine in Bellmore, we are surrounded by five fields of energy. They include the environmental elements of wood, water, metal, earth, and fire. Each element corresponds to certain body organs, such as the gall bladder, urinary bladder, stomach, intestines, lungs, spleen, and heart. These five distinct elements are related […]

Saturday August 3rd, 2019 in acupuncture | Comments Off on Foods That Support The TCM Kidneys

Important Questions You May Have About Auriculotherapy For Weight Loss

Many of us have heard of reflexology in which all the systems of our whole body is delineated on the bottom of the hands or feet – the same goes for auriculotherapy. In TCM or Traditional Chinese Medicine, the auricle, which is the external area of the ear, represents the organ systems and the entire […]

Saturday August 3rd, 2019 in acupuncture | Comments Off on Important Questions You May Have About Auriculotherapy For Weight Loss

Shiatsu Is The Most Popular Form Of Acupressure Therapy In The Western World

Shiatsu is the most popular form of acupressure therapy in the western world of all body work techniques. However, equating shiatsu to acupressure is not entirely accurate because acupressure can also entail the use of needles for applying pressure on the acupoints of the body. In Shiatsu massage, there are no needles used, rather, one […]

Saturday July 27th, 2019 in acupuncture | Comments Off on Shiatsu Is The Most Popular Form Of Acupressure Therapy In The Western World

Chinese Nutritional Therapy And The Five Elements

A helpful dietary principle in traditional Chinese medicine in Overland Park (TCM) relates to Wu Xing or the Theory of the Five Elements. This article will explore the concept of the microcosm of humanity in the macrocosm of the universe. The Sheng Cycle or the Cycle of Creation Water, Metal, Earth, Fire, & Wood make […]

Saturday July 27th, 2019 in acupuncture | Comments Off on Chinese Nutritional Therapy And The Five Elements