Wednesday-Saturday by Appointment

Eight Branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Meditation: Cultivation of self-awareness, prayer, spiritual practice, exploring joy or gratitude.

Movement: Taiji, Qi Gong, Yoga, walking, spending time outdoors.

Diet Therapy: Eating according to your diagnosed TCM pattern, or with the seasons.

Geomancy/Feng Shui: Know where you are, your place in the world, orienting your home, comings and goings, schedule, working in a way of harmony with nature.

Cosmology/Astrology: Self-exploration, learn your strengths and weaknesses, understanding your nature both physical and spiritual, evolving through education, guidance, and spiritual enrichment.

Tui Na/Bodywork: Before there were acupuncture needles (bones), there was hands-on bodywork meant to move qi and blood. Through use of bones and animal antlers what we know as Cupping and Gua Sha were developed.

The Eight Basic Techniques of Tui Na include:

  • palpating (mo)
  • rejoining (jie)
  • opposing (duan)
  • lifting (ti)
  • pressing (an)
  • kneading (mo)
  • pushing (tui)
  • holding (na)

Acupuncture & Moxibustion: To prevent illness or return the whole person to balance/homeostasis.

Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine: Herbs given to prevent illness or correct early stage pattern imbalance.

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