According to the National Institute of Health more than 3 million adults in the U.S. receive acupuncture each year. Acupuncture involves the insertion of very thin needles to various points on physical body. This system of healing restores proper energy flow throughout the body and to all organ systems.
The energy channels flow through our body like rivers, nourishing our body’s tissues. An obstruction of the channels causes an imbalance that leads to a blockage in the flow of Qi. Acupuncture is meant to remove the blockage and restore and maintain health.
Moxibustion is a traditional Chinese medicine therapy which consists of burning dried mugwort on particular points on the body. It plays an important role in the traditional medical systems of China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, and Mongolia. Practitioners use moxa to warm regions and meridian points with the intention of stimulating circulation through the points and inducing a smoother flow of blood and Qi. It is believed that moxibustion mitigates against cold and dampness in the body.
Moxibustion is especially effective in the treatment of chronic problems, "deficient conditions" (weakness), and gerontology. There are several methods of moxibustion. Three of them are direct scarring, direct non-scarring, and indirect moxibustion. Direct scarring moxibustion places a small cone of moxa on the skin at an acupuncture point and burns it until the skin blisters, which then scars after it heals. Direct non-scarring moxibustion removes the burning moxa before the skin burns enough to scar, unless the burning moxa is left on the skin too long. Indirect moxibustion holds a cigar made of moxa near the acupuncture point to heat the skin, or holds it on an acupuncture needle inserted in the skin to heat the needle.
Cupping therapy is a form of alternative medicine in which a local suction is created on the skin. Through suction, the skin is drawn into the cup by creating a vacuum in the cup placed on the skin over the targeted area. The vacuum can be created either by the heating and subsequent cooling of the air in the cup, or via a mechanical pump. The cup is usually left in place for somewhere between five and ten minutes.
Cupping therapy types can be classified using four distinct methods of categorization. The first system relates to "technical types" including: dry, wet, massage, and flash cupping therapy. The second relates to "the power of suction related types" including: light, medium, and strong cupping therapy.
This healing method is based on the use of frequency to establish “bio-resonance” within the physical, mental and emotional bodies. This technology is based on the work of Dr. Royal Rife who invented a machine in the 1920s that would counter (or balance) the specific frequency of any disturbance in the physical, mental or emotional body. His laboratory was raided, his work confiscated and demonized and kept from common use throughout the next 90 years. However, in the 1970s a group of scientists began to explore again this possible healing technology. They worked out theories and eventually built the devices. Bio-resonance has been claimed to cure many illnesses. Once a diagnosis has been made, treatment is through electro-magnetic waves set at precise frequencies according to the nature and extent of the disease. Both diagnosis and treatment are entirely painless. For the first visit, a client is given a full diagnosis followed by treatment over three of 30 minute session. From second visit it usually takes one session.
Acupuncture one session (20 min.)
Acupuncture + Electro- stimulation
Acupuncture + Moxibustion
Acupuncture + Cupping
Moxibustion for one session (20 min.)
Bio-Resonance (25 min.)
|(With/without Acupuncture) for 25 min|