30. March 2020 · Comments Off on Four Diagnostic Methods Of TCM · Categories: Acupuncture, chinese medicine · Tags:

Wang, Wen, Wen, Qie. In TCM, this means looking, listening, asking and feeling the pulse. These are the four methods a TCM doctor uses to determine a patient’s illness. Seems too simple to be true!

Dr. Wan Guowei is vice president of Beijing hospital of TCM. We ask him why TCM doctors use the four methods of diagnosis to determine illnesses. Dr. Guowei says, “observing … Continue reading

23. March 2020 · Comments Off on What Does Qi Gong Mean? · Categories: Acupuncture, chinese medicine · Tags:

Qi Gong’s or Chi Kung’s history can be traced back to ancient China 5,000 years ago. During that time, emperors were not contented on being called emperor.  They had a knack of giving themselves another lofty title that often included anything pertaining to the heavens. Some emperors gave themselves the title “Son of the Sky” (this was used to fool the common folks since “Sky” … Continue reading

23. March 2020 · Comments Off on Five Element Qigong · Categories: Acupuncture, chinese medicine · Tags:

A therapeutic form of exercises emanating from the Taoist philosophy of theFive Elements, Five Element qigong is a unique form of healing especially designed for professional holistic therapists, Chinese Medicine practitioners (like acupuncturists vancouver), healers, somatic-based psychotherapists, and bodyworkers who directly work with patients. The movements can be learned by both the patient and practitioner and is used as part of a treatment plan, … Continue reading

17. March 2020 · Comments Off on The Three Core Skills Of Qi Gong · Categories: chinese medicine · Tags:

Give me a couple of minutes and I’ll explain why almost all practitioners of Qigong are wasting their time…

Keep in mind that Qigong is the method of intentionally controlling your life force or Chi. Life force is the essence that keeps us alive and gives us the power us to do everything we do. Qigong is the same as Yoga and Tai Chi, but … Continue reading

17. March 2020 · Comments Off on Studies Prove The Healing Effects Of 5-Element Music Therapy · Categories: Acupuncture, chinese medicine · Tags:

The language of music is a very powerful tool that on so many levels has the power to heal and destroy. After a tiring and long day, do you ever get exhausted or depressed? Perhaps, you become highly stressed or anxious while stuck in traffic as you go to work or go home after work. Due to music’s instant impact on the emotions, it has … Continue reading

05. March 2020 · Comments Off on The Benefits Of Sports Cupping Massage · Categories: Acupuncture, chinese medicine · Tags:

Records are broken almost each year, and competition has been tougher than ever in today’s sports. In order to become faster, stronger and swifter, athletes have to train harder. As a result, their bodies take a lot of punishment and it takes a considerable time for them to recover. After competitions and practices, these athletes oftentimes need a faster time to recover. Most of them … Continue reading

05. March 2020 · Comments Off on The Healing Benefits Of Auricular Acupuncture Throughout The Entire Body · Categories: Acupuncture, chinese medicine · Tags:

In all kinds of diseases, Tarzana traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has always provided people with different and unique approaches to healing. These techniques are painless, safe, and natural, and don’t require the use of drugs. According to TCM, the human body is deemed to maintain a fine balance with its surroundings via the exchange of energy. Positive energy eliminates negative energy and always flows through … Continue reading

02. March 2020 · Comments Off on Feng Shui Techniques To Bring In More Positive Energy To Your Home · Categories: chinese medicine · Tags:

If you are earnestly seeking a way to avoid or relieve stress in your life, then you need to consider the space that you’re living in and see whether it reduces or adds to the amount of stress in your life.

What is Feng Shui?

Simply put, Feng shui is about modifying the manner energy circulates around your living space and home. It is an … Continue reading

01. March 2020 · Comments Off on How Moms-To-Be Can Benefit From Craniosacral Therapy · Categories: Acupuncture, Uncategorized · Tags:

A woman’s pregnancy is divided into three trimesters, each three months long (about 14 weeks each per trimester). It’s observed during each trimester that certain common symptoms occur among pregnant clients that can be relieved or resolved with CST or Craniosacral Therapy.

Let’s discuss the first, second, and third months of pregnancy or the first trimester of pregnancy.

After conception, the initial few weeks are … Continue reading

24. February 2020 · Comments Off on Traditional Tibetan Medicine To Relieve Physical Pain And Relax Overworked Bodies · Categories: Acupuncture · Tags:

The over four thousand years-old practice of Traditional Tibetan Medicine is designed to promote and restore mental and physical harmony. For people living a frenetic lifestyle, Traditional Tibetan Medicine is very helpful in reenergizing people’s overworked bodies, which often leads to emotional and physical stress.

According to this ancient healing system, a patient’s constitution is ascertained by way of the three bodily energies, Phlegm, Bile, … Continue reading