Acupuncture is the insertion of needles that are hair thin into the body (acupuncture point) to gain a therapeutic effect via modulate the body's nature energies or Qi. There is very little pain associated with the needle insertion and free of side effects. Other modalities of acupuncture can be used in conjunction with needling to enhance the effect, such as an electrical stimulation, far infra-red heat therapy and cupping. Acupuncture can benefit mostly to pain management via release intrinsic opioids, stress-induced high blood pressure, mental disorders (depression, insomnia), menstrual cramps and menopausal symptoms as well as body weight loss. Acupuncture also strengthen your physical condition and immune system.

​Massage Therapy
Our professional massage therapists are professionally educated and trained, they meet all state and local licensing requirements. They offer all kinds of therapeutic massages, including Trigger point Therapy, Swedish Massage, Deep tissue Massage, Sports Massage, Reflexology Massage, Prenatal Massage, Foot Scrub, Geriatric Massage, Hot Stone Massage, even Aroma Therapy.
We believe you will experience the following benefits from massage therapy, relieves stress, improves flexibility/ range of motion, promotes deep and easier breathing, relieves headaches/migraines, lower blood pressure, improves posture circulation, helps manage pain, encourages relaxation, relaxes muscles, strengthens the immune system, enhances post-operative rehabilitation, improves rehabilitation after injury. 

Chinese Herbal Medicine

Herbal Medicine is a major part of traditional Chinese medicine which is based upon ancient Chinese philosophy.
Herbal Medicine is a major part of traditional Chinese medicine which is based upon ancient Chinese philosophy.

For more than 4,000 years, herbal medicine has been developed and systemized based upon the prevention and treatment of illness and disease. It focuses on restoring a balance of energy, body, and spirit to maintain health.

Chinese herbology is a system of using specific roots, herbs, twigs, whole plants, and some animal products as medicine. There are more than 3,200 kinds of herbs and 400 different formulas, to be taken in the form of tea, powder, pills, tinctures or syrup.      


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