Acupuncture

The theory of Yin-Yang is a conceptual framework which was used for observing and analyzing the material world in ancient China and it is still used today. The early theory of yin yang was formed in the Yin and Zhou Dynasty (16th century-22 B.C. The term yin-yang first appeared in The Book of Changes I quote, “Yin and Yang reflect all the forms and characteristics existing in the universe.” It gets deeper and deeper where everything detailed is measured by its opposite with no infinite end. Both at 100% leads to balance and harmony within in this life energy. The theory of yin-yang is quite remarkable, more than western society will ever know unfortunately.

Acupuncture This energy, Qi (pronounced chee), is created by the food we eat and the air we breathe. It circulates, rejuvenates and maintains these channels called meridians that travel to and from our head, and down into the hands and feet and are intertwined within as well. Qi circulates within these meridians to nourish every organ, tissue and cell of our body. I describe this method as our acupuncture circulatory or nervous system. Because of all the different stressor in our lives, some sudden and some over time, our Qi become unbalanced which will cause the breakdown of our health if left untreated. Ironically depending on the specifics of the Qi and which meridian is affected will determine which symptom our body will manifest. For example; cough, allergies, pain, infertility, low energy, digestive, etc… Yes, these common symptoms could be treated with acupuncture. In China, acupuncture and herbal medicine are the go to treatments for most common health concerns. It is safe, effective and should be a part of our health lifestyle. At the end of the day we must maintain our health and Energy Balancing Acupuncture is a phenomenal way to do that!

Acupuncture Needles are:

“Almost as thin as a human hair” • Not painful • Treatments are very relaxing • Needles are sterile, disposable, and only used once

Modern research suggests Acupuncture may effectively address:

Pain conditions, Nausea and vomiting (including pregnancy), Low-back pain, Carpal tunnel syndrome, Asthma, Fibromyalgia, Stroke rehabilitation, Addiction, Headache, Menstrual cramps, Epicondylitis

Why do people seek Acupuncture?

Allergies, Blood Pressure, Sciatica, Sinusitis, Smoking Cessation, Stress Reduction, Increase Immune System, Anxiety, Arthritis, Back Pain, Common cold, Depression, Headaches, Insomnia, Nervousness

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