Using gentle needling, We treat the root energetic imbalance, to center and strengthen the whole body. Just as a tree depends on its roots, once a strong balance is achieved, the branches remain healthy or grow stronger. Branch treatment consists of warming with herbs (moxibustion), and other painless techniques for treating injuries and other ailments. Treatment can take anywhere from fifteen to forty-five minutes. Patients remain clothed and most find the treatment pleasant and relaxing.
Japanese Meridian Acupuncture
We practice several styles of Japanese Meridian Therapy. These methods were developed to create the minimum of discomfort while achieving a deeper healing result. The two styles of treatment, Toyohari Acupuncture & Shakuju Therapy, both require touching the needle to the skin without inserting it and are largely based on the practitioners refined ability to feel the meridian energy (ki or qi) in the patients pulse (pulse diagnosis) and abdomen (abdomen diagnosis). It is excellent for all patients, including infants, children, and seniors due to its gentle non-invasive techniques.
Toyohari is a refinement of a 4500-year-old tradition of acupuncture derived from the Chinese classics. Its powerful effects and simple, gentle style were developed in Japan, where there is a 400-year tradition of blind acupuncture. It is largely based on the practitioner's refined ability to feel the meridian energy (ki or qi), and uses specialized needle techniques, many of which are non-insertive. Toyohari is excellent for all patients, including infants, children, and seniors due to its gentle, non-invasive techniques. Its therapeutic intent is to prevent and alleviate disease and maintain health.
Toyohari Meridian Therapy can be used to treat these and many other conditions:
Shiatsu/Tuina (Japanese/Chinese meridian based massage)