Acupuncture is an ancient healing art that originated in Chinaover3000 years ago and has been proven in clinical trials to be effective in treating and preventing a number of medical conditions.  Acupuncture enhances recuperative powers and immunity to encourage the body’s natural healing potential which is accomplished by inserting superfine needles into precise points on the body that correspond to specificbody parts andconditions.
Moxibustion/Moxa treats and prevents diseases by applying heat to points and/or certain locations on the human body. It involves the burning of an herb - Artemesia Vulgaris, a species of Chrysanthemum - either on the top of a needle or on the skin directly. Moxibustion functions to warm the meridians and promote blood circulation, to induce the free flow of qi and blood
Cupping is a therapy in which a glass or plastic jar is attached to the skin surface to cause local congestion. The cupping method has the function of warming and promoting the free flow of qi and blood in the meridians, dispelling dampness, reducing swelling and easing pain.  After the cups are removed there is a local blood stasis or bruise that usually disappears in several days.
Gua Sha is a healing technique used throughout Asia.  Gua means to rub or to use friction.  Sha is the term used to describe congestion of blood at the surface of the body.  When friction is applied in repeated even strokes, the sha surfaces as small red pettechiae, resembling that of a “hickey” which fades in about 2-4 days.  The technique is applied by using a round edged instrument.  The benefits are numerous and include moving stuck blood thereby promoting normal circulation to the muscles, tissues, and organs directly below the surface treated.  Since gua sha mimics sweating, it also resolves fever. 
Auricular Therapy (Ear Acupuncture) corresponds to the human body as a microsystem.  When disorders occur in the internal organs or other parts of the human body, it is likely that various reactions may appear at the corresponding areas of the auricle (ear), such as tenderness, discolorations or morphological changes.  Therefore these sites (tender spots) are taken into consideration for diagnosis/treatment.  The benefits of auricular therapy are unending and it is highly noted for the successful treatment of addictive disorders/detox.
Shiatsu is a Japanese word which translates to ‘finger pressure’. A Shiatsu treatment incorporates the use of not only of finger pressure, but also thumbs, palms, knees, forearms, elbows and feet. Pressure is applied to the areas of energy lines (meridians) to promote good health by 'stimulating the body’s energy flow (Qi/Ki)'.  Shiatsu offers an opportunity to become aware of the way in which we live in our bodies and how we cope with stress and illness as physical manifestations. Shiatsu can help with a broad range of stress induced problems and chronic conditions.