Choosing the Practitioner

In just 40 years, Acupuncture has grown to a global alternative for medical treatment. There is hardly a town anymore that doesn’t have an Acupuncturist so it is easy to find one and start getting your “body-mind-soul” healthier. The best way to choose a practitioner is to meet them first. Every Acupuncturist is different...
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Acupuncture Treatment

Every Acupuncture treatment has two parts: the diagnosis and the needling. The Acupuncture Practitioner will observe, ask, listen and feel in order to create an accurate picture of Patient’s health. Regardless if it is the first meeting between the Patient and the Practitioner, every...
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On Health and Acupuncture

Health is a relative term. It could be considered that we are healthy when we feel well or when we don’t display any symptoms of a disease. Ideally, our bodies and our minds know when we’re not in perfect health and automatically adjust to...
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The Five Element Theory (part 2)

Just like they affect everything in the Universe, Five Elements also determine how our bodies and minds work. According to the Five Element Theory, the Human body is a microcosm of Nature. It contains different networks for distributing Blood, Moisture and Qi and two groups...
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The Five Element Theory (part 1)

Imagine if you took a day to observe the workings of Nature in the Spring. You are walking through the woods on a beautiful April day, watching the first blooms appear and bright green take over the mountain covered with forest. You can smell...
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The Yin Yang Theory

There are very few of us that have never heard of Yin Yang. The Taoist symbol for it was spread around the world in the ‘70 and still surround us  in form of millions of bumper stickers, wall posters and bad tattoos. The theory...
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The “Qi” Theory

The Theory of Life Force (Qi) is at the core of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It proposes that everything in Nature is made of energy called Qi (“chee”). This energy animates live things but also inhabits material world (matter is described...
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Acupuncture Theory

Acupuncture and The Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a result of thousands of years of study and observation. Like Western Medicine, it is a product of many different schools of thought and many different influences, among others: Taoist, Buddhist and Confucian. In the West, our...
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What can Acupuncture heal?

Our bodies know how to heal themselves and Acupuncture works by connecting and directing that power. Our bodies and minds are exposed to detrimental influences of our surroundings and weather every day of our lives and our bodies do an amazing job of adjusting...
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Why Acupuncture?

If you are here, it may already be clear to you why we should learn and / or practice Acupuncture. If its not clear yet, here are a few reasons: Acupuncture treats the whole body – not just the symptom. It will not just remove...
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Another Acupuncture Blog!?

What is going on here? Don’t we have hundreds of Acupuncture sites and dozens of blogs? Is enough ever really enough any more?! I am sorry to disagree but while there is tons of great stuff out there, I can’t seem to find THE site...
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