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Acupuncture is one of the oldest and most widely used medical disciplines in the world today. Acupuncture originated in China more than 2000 years ago, but only in the last 35 years has it become widespread outside of China.

There are over 360 acupuncture points on the human body that connect to create pathways called meridians. A primary function of the meridians is to circulate Qi, (translated as energy or vitality) throughout the entire body.

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In traditional Chinese medicine it involves placing glass, plastic, or bamboo cups on the skin with a vacuum. The vacuum created inside the cup suctions the skin and deeper tissue to draw out toxins and clear blood stagnation.

A 15 minute cupping treatment can equal or even better the results of a 1 hr massage, and will in most cases leave a much longer lasting therapeutic result.

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Gua Sha

In our clinic, Gua Sha is done using a ceramic chinese soup spoon, hence Gua Sha is also known as spooning€™.

The edge is placed against the pre-oiled skin surface, pressed down firmly, and then moved down the muscles or along the pathway of the acupuncture meridians, along the surface of the skin, with each stroke being about 4-6 inches long.

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Herbal Medicine

More than three hundred Chinese herbs that are used today have a history for usage that bates back 2,000 years.

Today Chinese Herbal Medicine is a very refined science of using natural herbs for the treatment of both internal symptoms as well as external applications for joints, muscles and the skin.

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Chinese massage is very special as it incorporates many levels of understanding in its treatment including, Chinese medicine diagnostics, Biomechanics, acupuncture theory and the use of acupuncture points for its primary effect to get maximum results.

Tai Na is the Chinese name for massage, and it means to push and to pull,€™ this describes the most fundamental action used by your arms to do massage.

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