Acupuncture is the insertion of very fine needles into clinically documented points, at very specific anatomical locations on the human body. These points regulate energetic functions in the body to promote a state of balance and health, free from dis-ease.
Acupressure and Acupuncture have been practiced for more than 5000 years and operate on the phenomenon called Qi. Qi is an ancient term used to describe the fundamental substance of the universe and all creation, also referred to as Prana, Energy or Life force.
We now scientifically know this substance to be protons and electrons, the subatomic particles that make up reality. The Acupuncture Meridian system is a network, an electrical grid sub-structure that underlies all physical structures in the human body. An acupoint is a nodal point or site of accumulation of protons and electrons when the mind or body becomes dis-eased.
Acupoints can only have an excess, deficiency or imbalance of protons and/or electrons. By pressing or needling an acupuncture point you either inject or release electrons or protons into or out of the body respectively.
Qi or the flow state of electrons and protons in the human body underlie all internal and external bodily functions, therefore by positively influencing Qi one can promote a state of optimal functioning for all of the body's processes.
Dis-ease is not a natural, consistently occurring state, and therefore the ultimate goal of Traditional Chinese Medicine is not just to alleviate disease, but to maintain health. By maintaining health in this way one can promote a balanced, joyful and thriving life for all individuals.
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Using the theories and knowledge within the Huang Di Nei Jing or 'Classic of the Yellow Emperor', herbalists of ancient China realized early on the infinite benefits of a life lived with a diet abundant in herbs.
The term 'Herbs' includes: Flowers, berries (fruits), seeds, nuts, leaves, vines, twigs, stems, bark, roots, bulbs and minerals. 'Herbs' basically refers to very rich plant or mineral substance that are not part of a bland, staple diet. All these forms of herbs affect different areas of the body selectively, and perform very specific functions.
Ancient herbalists realized that clinical, observational study of the human body with the use of herbs allowed for the properties and functions of these herbs to be quantified in a simple and effective way. The properties of these herbs were studied and documented in the format of Temperature, Flavor, Actions and Indications, Recommended dosage and Contraindications. This format ensures the safe and effective use of herbs by the doctor, provided that he is a qualified herbalist.
Today we have a vast Materia Medica of herbs to not only treat and cure thousands of diseases, but more importantly to maintain a state of balanced health, free of dis-ease.
Moxibustion is the process of burning a combination of herbs, classically in the form of a cigar-like stick, primarily made from Mugwort or Artemisia Chinensis. Moxibustion is the process of warming the acupuncture points and sites of injury with this burning herb to invigorate the blood, improve metabolic function and relieve pain. The moxa stick is lit using a flame, and the burning coal of the moxa stick is hovered above an area of injury or acupuncture point to elicit the aforementioned functions.
Tui Na Chinese Medical Massage
Tui Na or "Push-Pull" is an ancient term referring to the most simple technique used in Chinese Medical Massage: 'pressing' and 'grasping' the muscular tissues in a rhythmical way to relieve stress and pain in the body.
Over the last few thousand years this form of massage that encompasses many different techniques was developed. These include using the fingers, knuckles, palms, fists, hands, wrists, arms and elbows to manipulate different acupuncture points, the joints and fascial tissues and sections of the body called JingLuo or Meridians and Collaterals.
Manipulation of the acupuncture points, joints, fascia and other connective tissues is able to relieve stress, tension, stagnation, pain and inflammation in the body as well as to promote and stimulate cellular, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive and cerebral (brain) function.
This will have the effect of limiting and preventing disease, and sustaining a consistent state of health.
Cupping is the process of applying suction pressure using a special glass cup to certain acupuncture points or along meridian lines to regulate the immune system, improve circulation, relieve fatigued and tired muscles, reduce inflammation and draw out toxins in the connective tissue.
The use of cupping on acupressure points stimulates these points indirectly, and the effect often lasts longer than that of Acupuncture.
The use of cupping on the back is used to relieve tension, pain and inflammation.
Slide cupping is a form of massage that relieves tension in the back and associated tissues.
Wet cupping can also be used, whereby a cup is placed on an already pricked acupuncture point to draw out toxins from Meridians, thus indirectly improving the state of the blood and the body's natural regulatory mechanisms.
GuaSha is the process of vigorously sliding a jade spoon with liniment oil over the skin along specific meridians or groups of connective tissue. The effect of this form of treatment is to rapidly increase blood supply to the area to relieve muscular tension and stress, or to stimulate an immune response to treat or even prevent a common cold.
QiGong therapy is the use of breathing techniques, the power of visualization and mindful intention by the practitioner with the patient to alter the Qi mechanism within their body, bringing it back to a normal state of harmony and balance.