Acu-healing


From cupping treatments to acupuncture to Reiki, we offer several types of bodywork. These bodywork modalities can help high-performance athletes and those suffering with chronic pain improve function, reduce pain, and experience better sense of overall wellbeing.

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Acupuncture


A revered form of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), acupuncture is being used more and more in combination with Western Medicine at places like the Mayo Clinic. Athletic programs and events often make acupuncture treatment available to athletes as an extra way to prepare for or recover from strenuous activity. The treatment involves inserting ultra-thin needles into strategic areas in the body. Theories abound about why acupuncture works, but many find it useful for the following:

 

  • Managing and reducing pain
  • Promoting overall wellbeing
  • Reducing swelling
  • Improving flexibility
  • Stress reduction

Note: we also offer Community Acupuncture on Saturdays to make scheduling predictable and pricing competitive.

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Cupping treatment


Cupping existed for centuries as a way to treat aches and pains, but recently world-class athletes like Michael Phelps have brought it to greater prominence. How does it work? A highly-trained acupuncturist applies special cups to strategic areas of the body, creating suction that draws increased blood flow to key areas of your body, which can:

  • Trigger your body's natural healing process
  • Relieve pain
  • Repair damaged muscle fibers

Reiki


Based on the belief that energy can be passed from one person to another through touch, Reiki is a technique of Japanese origin used to promote relaxation, healing, and stress reduction.

Reiki is intended to treat the whole person, bringing benefits to the following:

  • Mind
  • Body
  • Emotions
  • Spirit
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Shiatsu


Shiatsu is a holistic discipline that approaches treatment by considering the whole body. A manual therapy of Japanese origin, the practitioner applies pressure on certain points of the body in order to activate the body’s own healing capacities. Shiatsu is used to treat a wide range of chronic conditions.

  • Headaches
  • PMS
  • Digestive disorders
  • Fatigue
  • Insomnia
  • Fibromyalgia 
  • Stress / Anxiety
  • Muskuloskeletal pain (including low back, neck, and joint pain)