Cupping is an ancient Chinese medicine practice to help stimulate blood circulation. One aspect of the therapy is that you do get some bruising. You’ll probably see some redness develop from the cups and that’s just as the cups are drawing blood to the surface. … Continue reading
Craniosacral therapy practitioners are often asked the question, “What is craniosacral therapy?,“ or “How does craniosacral therapy work?.”
To the first question, craniosacral therapy is a light touch manual therapy that focuses on improving the structure of the body, in particular, the central nervous system, … Continue reading
Your ear is one among several reflex systems your body has. A reflex system is a system where your whole body is mirrored in a certain part of the body. They are also known as “microsystems” and are considered two-way communication systems. They mirror a … Continue reading
A few years ago, a wedding was held in Century Park in Shanghai, China. Both the bride and bridegroom were cancer survivors who have endured severely debilitating symptoms but had made a stunning recovery with the help pf Qi Gong (Chi Kung), a traditional Chinese … Continue reading
Reiki is an Eastern energy healing technique that works by laying a healer hands on or near a client’s body. Reiki is a two word term that when combined means ‘Univeral Life Energy’ in Japanese. Rei means spirit, gift, mystery or ghost. Ki means energy. … Continue reading
‘Tao’ generally means ‘The Way’ – Nature’s way. Nature is responsible for the human body. We return to dust and bones (nature) when we die. If it doesn’t follow the way of nature, the human body is going against nature which it depends on to … Continue reading
Cellulite can develop from two causes: water that has built up in fat cells and excess fat in those cells. When they enlarge, the fat cells disfigure the skin envelope resulting in an effect known as orange peel.
Through the use of massage cups, you … Continue reading
A powerful but gentle way of healing CST or Craniosacral Therapy works on your craniosacral system, a protective and deep layer of your body called the cerebrospinal fluid, which envelops the spinal cord, brain, and the membranous structures protecting your central nervous system.
What Does … Continue reading
Everyone seems to be looking for a way to get a facelift that doesn’t involve extremely invasive procedures. The issue with most facelift procedures today is that they merely treat the symptoms of facial aging without addressing the underlying cause. Botox and plastic surgery are … Continue reading