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Chinese Acupuncture – The Wisdom of the Ancient Sages

Acupuncture is a part of Chinese Medicine. It is a holistic approach to life and their outlook inspired us to immerse totally into it, and 25 years later our life is still colored and fascinated by it.

Chinese Medicine sees that humans are part of nature, everything is interrelated supporting and feeding from each other. If one part is strong and striving other systems are invigorated by it. If one area is blocked or weak it will be felt at another end. Everything is alive and filled and driven by energy connected to the Whole ‘the Tao‘.

Chinese Acupuncture - The Wisdom of the Ancient Sages
It is amazing to see that science now a days come to the same conclusion, what Chinese Medicine knew already 5000 years ago inspired by sages like Lao Tzu and Confucius.

It evolved through the wisdom of the ancient sages. In their meditation they could feel the energy flow along the meridians and see the acupuncture points, which are the portals to the meridians. If you look within, you can see all the acupuncture points surrounding you like a night sky full of stars.

Acupuncture is using these energy lines in the body, which are connecting everything with each other.

Acupuncture - meridians or energy pathways

The meridians or energy pathways are connected to each other and to the related organs, tissue and senses.

By stimulating a certain acupuncture point much more gets activated than only the area – the whole related body system gets rebalanced into its normal, healthy flowing rhythm.

We Specialize on Common Ailments

  • Eyes problems like Macular Degeneration, Diabetic Retinopathy, Retinitis pigmentosa, Glaucoma, etc.
  • Muscle-skeletal issues like rotator calf, TMJ, Plantar Fasciitis, headaches,Tendonitis, knee issues, back pain, slipped discs, neuropathies, etc.
  • Emotional discomfort like stress, irritability, mood swings,    sadness, anger, worry, depression, resentment, nervousness,
  • Restlessness, emotional instability
  • Infections
  • Digestive and Elimination issues
  • Sleep disorders
  • Respiratory Problems

To make an appointment for Chinese acupuncture and to get to know our acupuncturists, please visit our About Us page or call for an appointment: 808-575-9888.