Massage therapy is the hands-on manipulation of soft tissues of the body, specifically: muscles, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and joints for the purpose of improving health. Techniques include deep tissue work, myofascial release and stretching with to treat pain, tension and discomfort in the body. 


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Medical acupuncture focuses on soft tissue dysfunction in the body. Fine needles are inserted along anatomical points to treat pain and decrease nervous system response (stress response). Studies have shown acupuncture to effectively reduce inflammation, muscle tension and promote deep relaxation. 

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TCM Acupuncture has a history that spans over three thousand years. This traditional approach focuses on the movement of Qi in the body, pronounced "chee" which is known to be the body's life force. R.Ac (Registered Acupuncturists) complete a three year diploma program that covers the diagnosis of ailments. Common reasons to seek R. Ac: digestive complaints, stress, fertility support, menopause, burnout, depression  & anxiety, skin concerns.

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Silicone cups are used therapeutically to increase blood flow, promote detoxification and treat tissue dysfunction in the body. Through their use of suction, cupping draws deep from the superficial layers of muscles and fascia loosening chronic tension. This technique can be easily incorporated into any treatment.

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