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The acupuncturist uses very thin, hair like needles which are inserted at specific points on the body. One Western explanation for how acupuncture works is that the needle acts as an irritant and stimulates an immune response. Though this is clearly part of the answer, it is not the entire picture. Many studies have demonstrated that the quality of acupuncture results are point specific. Just eliciting an immune response on random locations may have some benefit, but it does not produce the great results that we see when it is properly administered. The first acupuncture needles used were actually made of stone. Today the needles are made of stainless steel, used once, and disposed of.
Cupping is a technique, which has been recorded through the ancient world from Europe to China. When the inside air of the cup is warmed the air molecules expand. The cup is then applied to the skin and the air molecules cool. This cooling causes contraction, creating a void, or suction. Cupping has been used to treat diseases of the lungs, gastrointestinal, paralysis, gynecological, pain as well as the common cold.
hese are traditions of energy movement. Through these practices energy is generated, focused and moved to parts of the body where healing is needed. One of the main keys to healing in the Oriental system is the ability to move energy through the body.
Is an ancient technique of scraping the skin. It brings circulation as well the immunity to the outer layer of the skin. This allows excess heat and toxins to escape, and bring nutrients and vitality to the surface.
Moxibustion is a technique of burning the herb mugwort and warming certain regions and acupuncture points on the body with the intention of stimulating circulation through the points and inducing a smoother flow of blood.
When energy is blocked and does not flow properly, we become tired, stiff, weak and vulnerable to disease. Whereas acupuncture relies on needles to stimulate energy, Shiatsu, one of the Japanese healing arts, uses massage techniques to release blockages. Like acupuncture, it follows a system of meridians and points through which life energy flows. Shiatsu is completely safe for most individuals. It does not necessarily rely on deep pressure to achieve desired results.
A Chinese massage, which translates to "push-pull." It relies on techniques to roll and knead the muscles. It is a hands-on body treatment that uses Chinese taoist and martial art principles to bring the body to balance.
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