If you have a goal for treatment beyond general wellbeing/ health maintenance, an initial assessment is required before your first treatment, as it is needed to form an effective treatment plan. During the assessment, we will discuss your health history, goals for treatment, and signs or symptoms that aid in the formation of the proper TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) diagnosis.
Acupuncture and additional modalities of Traditional Chinese Medicine (nutritional counseling, moxabustion, guasha, cupping, tuina) when indicated.
Facial Rejuvenation Session
Deeply relaxing, these treatments can help reduce cosmetic complaints like dark circles, acne, fine lines and wrinkles. They also help reduce sinus congestion and regulate hormonal imbalances.
Additional Modalities of Traditional Chinese Medicine
(Included with treatments, when indicated)
Cupping is a technique that has been used in many cultures throughout the ages. It involves the use of suction to improve circulation in problem areas in order to stimulate healing.
Moxibustion (Moxa) is performed in a variety of ways that include the burning of the herb, Mugwort. It is excellent for decreasing inflammation and as a local warming treatment on certain acupuncture points.
Guasha involves the use of a tool to stimulate circulation of blood and lymph to alleviate pain & tension.
Tuina is a type of massage & part of the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) system. It frees up energetic pathways within the body with manual therapies like acupressure and vibrational techniques.