Acupuncture

Traditional Chinese Medicine originated over 2,000 years ago and is beneficial even today. The basic principles of Acupuncture are rooted in working with the body's natural ability to heal itself. 

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Cupping

Cupping has gained the attention of many for treating Olympic athletes. The therapeutic effects are beneficial for promoting musculoskeletal health. 

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Moxibustion

Heat and herbal therapy rolled into one!  Ideal for treating acute and chronic conditions by warming, strengthening, and invigorating.

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Gua Sha

Unique technique performed on the body with an instrument that improves health by increasing circulation.

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Tui Na

Vigorous techniques used to relieve pain, heal injuries, ease tension and stress while promoting flexibility and strength. 

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Massage Therapy

Widely recognized for the ability to stimulate and regulate the whole body. Modalities ranging from Swedish, Deep Tissue, Pregnancy, Hot Stone, Chair, Reflexology, and Aromatherapy. 

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Vibrational Sound Massage

Sound is all around us! Sound waves affect liquid mediums and the body is made up of 80% water. Vibrational Sound Massage combines powerful vibrations and tones to induce a deep relaxed state of mind. Achieve deep meditative states with circulating vibrations and soothing tones emanating from therapeutic singing bowls placed on specific areas of the body. 

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Ashiatsu Massage

Barefoot bodywork technique originating from Asia that delivers deep pressure while the therapist uses parallel bars above to balance and maneuver a therapeutic massage with their feet. 

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Essential Oils

Utilized as a therapeutic healing method alone and paired with Acupuncture. Discover the health enhancing benefits from the safe application of single oils and therapeutic blends. 

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Lifestyle Support

Optimize quality of life by incorporating Traditional Chinese Medicine food therapy practices and integrating concepts from movement therapies like Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Yoga and Meditation.  

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