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If there is free flow, there is no pain. If there is no free flow, there is pain.


Acupressure is similar to acupuncture where certain pressure points and meridians are stimulated to correspond with specific ailments or diseases, except gentle-to- firm finger pressure is applied instead of acupuncture needles.

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Traditional Chinese Medicine is the most commonly practiced style of acupuncture and most commonly taught in acupuncture schools throughout the world. 

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Cupping is a therapeutic method of applying a cup to the skin by creating a partial vacuum to take advantage of its function of negative pressure and warming. 

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Gua sha is an ancient technique utilized by TCM practitioners to relieve stagnation in the blood and to promote free flowing circulation.

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Chinese Herbal Medicine is a large part of TCM practice that has been used for thousands of years. Chinese Herbal Medicine can be used for both internal and external use.

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Moxibustion is a therapeutic method of by which an ignited moxa is placed close to or on the human body to warm the local area. Moxa may be applied in many ways and is used to both treat and prevent disease.

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The human ear is a microsystem that can be used by acupuncturist to address various physical and emotional conditions by stimulating certain points on the ear.

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Combining Western medical science with ancient Eastern insights into life force or qi energy, Tong Ren employs the human body’s natural tendency toward harmony with its original healthy universal synchronistic energy patterns.

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Tui na, literally meaning pushing and grabbing, is hands-on Asian body work that focuses on TCM merdians as well as non-merdian specific points, in order to balance the body.

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