Chinese Medicine

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The study of Chinese Medicine in a modern age has many uses. There are many preventative and alternative ways to help yourself with small issues and stresses in your life. We do not adopt a nihilistic approach to western modern medicine when real signs and symptoms occur. As a matter of fact, Integrative medicine (combination of Western and Oriental medicine) teaches western medicine at the level of a registered nurse and we take an extensive amount of courses in western sciences.

What we plan to teach here are several methods you can do that do not require a doctor. Usually as a last resort acupuncture or being referred to a western physician or specialist is used.

Topics we plan to share:

Chinese Dietary Therapy. We have a entire section dedicated to this here.

Herbs, herbal formulas, Teas, and tinctures as supplements to diet.

Tui-Na/Massage as ways to help manage body aches and pains.  We have a entire section dedicated here.

Neigong, Qigong, Meditation as stress reducers to mind, body, and spirit. We have a entire section dedicated to this here.

Other methods: Cupping, Gua Sha, Moxabustion, Bath and Steam, and more.

Lastly: Taijiquan or “Tai Chi” we feel is the ultimate at home training you can do to help the body, mind, and spirit. We have a entire section dedicated to this here.

Chinese Channels and Vessels

Tui-Na Massage