Ultra fine needles are inserted into the body at specific locations to manipulate the body's 'Qi' to invoke a natural and holistic healing response. Needling includes but is not limited to Auricular, ‘Antique Shus’ (below elbows/knees), and specific body areas based on diagnosis.
Dry Needling, AKA Trigger point acupuncture is a very effective modality for treating musculoskeletal disorders anywhere in the body. Often used in conjunction with manual therapy or bodywork. Intended for both Neuro-functional and Neuro-muscular re-edutcation for chronic pain.
Like traditional acupuncture but utilizing electrical stimulation on the needles. This allows for electrical signals to pass through the needles into the designated areas of the body to create muscle fasciculation for reduction of pain and increased blood circulation.
Also known as Acupuncture Face-lift, facial rejuvenation is a non-surgical method of reducing the signs of the aging process. Hair-thin needles are methodically inserted into particular areas of the face, ears, and body to manipulate the body’s natural revitalization process designed to help the whole body look and feel younger.
An ancient form of alternative medicine in which special cups are placed on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. Intended to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.
Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) originated in ancient China and has evolved over thousands of years. TCM practitioners use herbal medicines and various mind and body practices, such as acupuncture and tai chi, to treat or prevent health problems. In the United States, people use TCM primarily as a complementary health approach.
The most popular massage in the west (and in our center); traditional Swedish massage, also known as the "classical massage," consists mainly of long strokes over oiled skin and kneading of the outer layers of muscle tissue to reduce stress and soothe sore joints and muscles. Swedish massage relaxes the nervous system, aids circulation, and helps with detoxification.
Deep-Tissue Massage targets your body’s deepest layers of muscle and releases tension in over stressed areas. When your muscles are severely knotted, this therapeutic treatment is designed to break it up. The therapist employs her thumbs, forearms, and even elbows to work muscle tissue and relieve tension using a mix of slow, short, deep strokes focused on tight, contracted areas.
A fusion of massage modalities that incorporates techniques found in Western and Eastern massage, chiropractic, osteopathic, and western physical therapy. Uses a variety of hand techniques and passive and active stretching to restore correct anatomical musculo-skeletal relationships, neuromuscular patterns, and to increase the circulation of blood in order to facilitate healing and prevent further injury.
With Hot Stone massage, warmed stones are placed by the therapist on certain areas of the body, such as acupressure points, or may be used as massage tools along with other massage techniques throughout the session. They can also be temporarily left in place while the therapist works on other areas of the body. Hot stones can be quite soothing and relaxing as they transmit heat deep into the body.
A massage that incorporates techniques that are similar to Western and Asian massage, chiropractic, osteopathic, and western physical therapy. Using a variety of hand techniques and passive and active stretching to restore correct anatomical musculo-skeletal relationships, neuromuscular patterns, and to increase the circulation of in order to facilitate healing and prevent further injury.
A non-surgical method of reducing the signs of the aging process using a Gua Sha Jade tool for sculpt and lift the neck and face to enhance facial features as well as iron-out wrinkles.
Done by a licensed provider, it includes a facial mask with special herbs and tonics intended to nourish, freshen, the skin and 'erase' the wrinkles away.