Acupuncture is accepted service w/ Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Flex Spending Accounts (FSA).

Esoteric Acupuncture is designed for those seeking to heal on the Soul Level.  Esoteric Acupuncture defines a “way of life.” This way of life emphasizes the awakening and expansion of our spiritual center. This way of life includes the importance of understanding the vibrational frequencies of the foods and drinks we ingest. Everything we eat and drink shapes our multiple energy fields.
In esoteric teachings, obelisk can also mean a temple. Puncture means to pierce. Therefore, we are piercing your “temple” (your physical body) to activate or to reach
something esoteric within. This esoteric “something” is the alignment, strengthening and refining your Heart Center. This Heart Center is the field that opens up infinite possibilities for your journey on planet Earth..

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Moxibustion is a traditional Chinese medicine technique that involves the burning of mugwort, a small, spongy herb, to facilitate healing. Moxibustion has been used throughout Asia for thousands of years. The purpose of moxibustion, as with most forms of traditional Chinese medicine, is to strengthen the blood, stimulate the flow of qi, and maintain general health.

Moxibustion

Acupuncture

Esoteric Acupuncture

This is a great treatment option for Kids and Adults with an aversion to needles!
Acu-Color Meridian Therapy combines concepts of acupuncture with the latest research on the way light functions in the body coming from the field of modern biophysics. However, colorpuncture achieves this by introducing vibrational information into the body in the form of different colored light frequencies via the meridian system.


For these treatments, a hand-held aculight pen with insertable colored glass tips is used. The tool emits incandescent light and is battery-operated. Each colored tip is precisely set at a specific frequency within the frequency band for each color. Colorpuncture treatment consists of particular sets of points treated in sequence with specific colors. Treatment points are derived from traditional acupuncture. Microcurrent and Microlight works to relieve blockage and pain in a similar way as acupuncture by clearing stagnation and poor circulation of qi (vital energy) and blood.

One way to think about cupping is that it is the inverse of massage. Rather than applying pressure to muscles, the suction uses pressure to pull skin, tissue and muscles upward. We often combine cupping with acupuncture into one treatment, but it could also be used alone. There are five meridian lines on the back, and these are where the cups are usually placed. Using these points, cupping can help to align and relax qi, as well as target more
specific maladies (disorders).  Cupping has numerous benefits — it can help remove toxins from the body and stimulate the flow of fresh blood, lymph, and Qi to the affected area and throughout the body. It often works wonders for patients with the flu, colds, coughs, back and muscle pain, poor circulation, anxiety, red itchy skin conditions, allergies, fevers, aches and myriad other pains.


Wound Healing, Detoxification, Plantar Fascitis, Low Back Pain, Breaking-up Scar Tissue, Weight-Loss, and Tight muscles. Microcurrent and Microlight works to relieve blockage and pain in a similar way as acupuncture by clearing stagnation and poor circulation of qi (vital energy) and blood.


Another effect of microcurrent is to reduce electrical resistance on the body areas and pathways onto which it is applied. Patients often present with a complex mixture of pain, internal medical, emotional and reactive symptoms, often aggravated by a load of chemical toxins on the body. They are usually seeking faster results that take less time to produce. Therapies using microcurrent, light and/or sound are one of the most powerful methods to offer these kinds of results. Applying these energies through well-selected acupuncture points enhances these effects.

Acupuncture works through the activation of "points" along pathways called acupuncture meridians. If you think of an acupuncture meridian as a conduit, like a hose or tube that transports fluid, similar to that of a blood vessel, it may be easier to understand. There are twelve primary meridians that flow throughout the body covering all major areas of the torso, arms and legs. The meridians each flow into one another, continuing on that way with the last one circling back to connect with the first. These paths ensure an even flow of a substance throughout all areas of the body. This substance is referred to as chi, which translates as energy. When the chi is flowing properly the organisms are healthy.

Electrical Stimulation


Cupping

Acu-Color Therapy