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Acupuncture involves the insertion of very thin needles into specific points on the body to regulate the flow of qì and Blood throughout the body. Treatments include ancillary therapies such as cupping, guā shā, massage, moxibustion, and qì gōng.
Chinese herbal medicine utilizes many classical formulas which are thousands of years old. Leaves, twigs, roots, stems, barks, flowers, seeds, mushrooms and more are utilized for their therapeutic action on the qì, Blood, yīn and yáng of the body.
Nourishing life refers to lifestyle practices aimed to promote and maintain a good state of health, and to harmonize states of imbalance. Recommendations focus on nutrition, sleep, exercise, breathing, meditation, and active relaxation.
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