Posts Tagged ‘ Yin and Yang ’

Acupuncture F.A.Q.

What is Acupuncture? Acupuncture is the main tool of Chinese Traditional Medicine (TCM). It is used to treat health on Physical, Emotional, Intellectual, Spiritual and Sexual level – in other words, it can address any and improve all health issues. How does Acupuncture work? Ancient Chinese observed that all of our body functions, talents, abilities, senses, emotions...
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Sleep

Our body was meant to sleep so it can recover and heal itself. Most of us require at least 7 hours of sleep per day. If you are having a problem with the amount or quality of sleep you get, even before you see an Acupuncturist, try the following: - for at least a week,...
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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 of Organs are responsible for this: Yin (Solid) organs and...
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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 approach to life has been to conquer the Earth and...
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