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Traditional Chinese Medicine is rooted in the ancient philosophy of Taoism, and has been practiced for more than 5,000 years. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) looks at symptoms specific to an individual and describes their cause from a combination of imbalances within lifestyle, psyche, nutrition, environmental stress, and trauma. TCM is different from modern western medicine as it recognizes internal organs as a functional interconnected system, and organizes them in a metaphysical manner. TCM is a common medical care throughout Eastern Asia. TCM therapy consists of Chinese herbal medicine, acupuncture, dietary therapy, tui na massage, and others.

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Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine treat an astounding variety of issues, and offer valuable constitutional support and wellness benefits to keep you and your family healthy.

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45 minute session $75
30 minute session $65
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is the practice of inserting very fine, sterile needles into specific acupuncture points on the body. The points are located on the meridians, where Qi (vital energy), flows through the body. There are hundreds of acupuncture points on the body. Different acupuncture points are chosen based on each patient’s individual constitution and symptoms.


Auricular acupuncture
is based on the idea that the ear is a micro system where the entire body is represented on the ear. Auricular acupuncture can rebalance the body by stimulating specific points on the ear that correspond to different parts of the body. Studies have shown that auricular acupuncture is effective in the treatment of addiction, mental health, and pain; it can also be used in conjunction with regular acupuncture to treat chronic conditions.

Chinese Herbal Medicine
is an important adjunct treatment method to acupuncture. In China, herbal medicine is considered to be the primary therapeutic modality of internal medicine. Chinese physicians have observed and classified more than 5000 plant, animal and mineral substances according to remedy effect.


Different herbs are combined into a formula that is designed to adapt to the individual patient. As a dietary supplement, Chinese herbs can boost internal deficiencies as well as eliminate harmful substances that accumulate pathologically. Traditionally, formulas were decocted in a pot and consumed as a tea, but it can also be formed as pills, topical creams, and pastes.

is the application of glass cups to specific areas of the body. Before placing the cup against the skin, a small flame is held inside it in order to create a relative vacuum. This causes the skin to be sucked up into the cup, stimulates the flow of blood and Qi, and clears local stagnation. It is beneficial in the treatment of aches and pains, and it helps in warding off colds.

Facial Acupuncture
Touted as a natural alternative to Botox, Facial Acupuncture is a non-surgical procedure that reduces the signs of aging by inserting hair-thin needles along specific points on the face and body, as based on the principals of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

‘Cosmetic’ Acupuncture is the latest weapon in the anti-ageing war.
The result is firmer, healthier skin.