Acupuncture promotes and restores the balance of energy, which flows throughout the body. There are many benefits of acupuncture extending to a variety of conditions from emotional disorders, respiratory conditions, digestive complaints, and pain syndromes as a result of an injury and chronic degenerative diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis. It can also be helpful in treating neurological problems like migraines or Parkinson’s disease and aid in the recovery for those who have recently suffered a stroke. Acupuncture has also proved beneficial in treating various addictions and promoting overall well-being.
Herbal medicine, also called botanical medicine or phytomedicine, refers to using various components of a variety of plants species for medical purposes. Herbal medicine has a long tradition of use outside of traditional medicine and is now more mainstream as improvements in quality control and analysis through advancements in technology show its value in treating and preventing disease. Recent studies show that a majority of the people worldwide, rely on herbal medicines as part of their primary health care.
The suction and negative pressure provided by cupping can aid in recovery by loosening muscles, stimulate blood flow, and sedate the nervous system. Cupping is used to treat high blood pressure, relieve back and neck pain, stiff muscles, anxiety, fatigue, migraines, rheumatism, and even cellulite. Cupping can also benefit those with respiratory conditions from clearing the common cold to asthma and other maladies.
A holistic approach to proper nutrition encourages education on basic nutrition to develop a diet that incorporates natural and organic foods, natural holistic supplements and food treatments. This natural approach incorporates emotional, spiritual and physical health to create a state of well-being for optimum health.
Yoga can help reduce your suffering of chronic pain by transforming chronic pain and stress into “chronic healing” responses of the mind and body. Restorative yoga turns on the healing relaxation response by combining gentle yoga poses with conscious breathing.
Deep Listening is a way of hearing in which we are fully present with what is happening in the moment without trying to control it or judge it. We let go of our inner clamoring and our usual assumptions and listen with respect for precisely what is being said. It is to hear beyond the words of the other person and yourself, to the essence of the words and feelings.