Acupuncture works through stimulating the body's healing responses or immune system. 'Acupoints' lie on lines or channels in the body and are stimulated by the insertion of thin, fine needles at various points. The actions of each point and combinations of points and their effectiveness in treating different diseases have been learned through clinical practice of many centuries. In recent years many of these actions have been refined and verified by modern scientific research.
Chinese herbal therapy involves the use of natural plants in raw or processed forms. Each herb has its own specific characteristics and particular medical use to treat diseases by rectifying any hyperactivity or hypoactivity of yin and yang and to help restore the body to its normal physiological functions.
Cupping therapy is well recognized as a popular way to detoxify the body and improve natural health. A therapy in which a jar is placed on the skin surface to ease local congestion, through the removal of air in the jar. It unblocks lymph nodes along the spine, which in turn helps the body to work more efficiently. The therapy promotes the free flow of Qi and blood in the channels, diminishes swelling and pains and dispels cold and dampness. Cupping is usually performed as an alternative to acupuncture.
Acupressure is also known as Chinese Medical Massage--Tui Na. It differs from western massage in that finger and palm pressure is applied using a wide range of techniques. It stimulates Qi mobilization to regain Yin-Yang Balance in certain parts of the body and it enhances general health and vitality by easing tension in muscles, joints and Meridian points. It improves circulation, helps lymphatic drainage and tones the body.
Acupressure is effective in healing and dispelling pain in the back and joints, headaches and sports injuries including fatigue, insomnia and for beauty therapy etc. Natural oils and lotions are used when undertaking the service.
Reflexology is the physical act of applying pressure to the feet and hand using the specific thumb, finger and hand techniques with the use of oil or lotions. It is based on a system of zones and reflex areas that reflect an image of the body on the feet and hands with a premise that such work effects a physical change to the body.
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