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    Acupuncture

    One of the primary tools a Chinese medicine practitioner uses to restore balance, alleviate pain and prevent disease. Acupuncture

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    Chinese Face Reading

    This ancient practice uses the markings and features on your face to understand the health of your body, your unique personality and life destiny. Chinese Face Reading

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    Cupping

    Cupping is a practice of using glass or plastic cups on the skin to release harmful pathogens or excessive energy. Cupping

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    Herbal Medicine

    Herbal medicine is a gentle, slow acting therapy which works from the inside out to balance the internal organs and energies of the body. Herbal Medicine

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    Medical Qi Gong

    Medical Qi Gong is an ancient self-healing system which promotes health and healing to increase energy, and to prevent and rectify illness. Medical Qi Gong

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    Moxa

    Moxibustion is a stimulating process that utilizes heat, infrared stimulation, essential oils and a herb to stimulate acupuncture points. Moxa

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    Tui Na Massage

    A traditional Chinese massage, Tui Na, involves the stimulation of acupuncture points with finger pressure to create a desired result. Tui Na Massage

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