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The first two hour session costs $125, and consists of a thorough intake and a full treatment, consisting of Tui Na and Acupuncture.

Follow-up and acute care visits last for one hour, and cost $75.

If you'd prefer not to receive needles, a one hour session of only Tui Na costs $9o, and the first two hour session is $135. Please note that the same diagnostic processes apply whether you're having Acupuncture, Tui Na, or both.

Tui Na ~ Oriental Bodywork
superficial, slow and deep pressures. Joints are invited into better alignment with motions that promote the free flow of qi throughout, and acupressure points are stimulated to support all of you. The experience can be invigorating, refreshing and relaxing.

A typical session is a blend of Tui Na and Acupuncture. If you prefer not to have needles, Tui Na is offered as a stand alone treatment. Tui Na offers great results on small children or others who prefer bodywork to needles. The diagnostic method and intention are the same as with Acupuncture, and in combination with it, add a dynamic thrust to an Acupuncture treatment. Like Acupuncture, Tui Na can be used to address all manner of dis-ease of the body/mind/spirit, while maintaining and promoting existing areas of ease.

 

As with acupuncture, I employ pulse and tongue diagnosis, palpation, and deep inquiry into the experience and nature of you, the patient. You remain fully clothed at all times and either sit or lie on the treatment table.The hand techniques used are a customized and rhythmic blend of vigorous,
Tui Na Oriental Bodywork is an ancient technique practiced as one of the branches of Chinese Medicine. Along with Acupuncture, moxabustion, herbs, diet and qi gong, Tui Na is a method with which to reduce pain, gain greater mobility, and promote healing by strengthening deficiency, dispersing excess and reorganizing qi. This is achieved by applying specific hand techniques to affected and related areas and systems of the body as per the same 5 elements and 12 meridians upon which acupuncture is based.