Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese form of medicine that activates the body’s own ability to balance and heal. Acupuncture is effective, low-cost, non-invasive and used worldwide. Acupuncture is based on the principle that the body is a system of rivers called meridians. The energy flowing in the rivers is called qi (pronounced “chee”). When all the rivers are flowing freely, there is health, and when blockages occur in the river, there is illness. Acupuncture is a gentle way of opening all the rivers so that self-healing can occur.
The roots of acupuncture are ancient, yet its use is applicable and relevant for today’s health care needs and problems. The World Health Organization (WHO) and the National Institutes for Health (NIH) recognize acupuncture as an effective treatment for many conditions.
Acupuncture can offer support for or treatment of a variety of health conditions that affect one’s physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Rebecca specializes in helping people who have loved ones suffering from mental illness and/or addictions, as well as those in recovery. To learn more, click . Regardless of your specific health needs, acupuncture is a wonderful tool to help you gain awareness, boost your immune system, and increase your sense of well-being.
Acupuncture addresses the root cause of illness. Much of our modern medicine is focused on alleviating symptoms. However, each symptom is merely an indication that something in our lifestyle is out of balance. If we mask the symptom and continue the lifestyle, our intelligent bodies will find another–and perhaps louder–way of getting our attention. By utilizing a more natural approach to healing and finding the underlying cause of symptoms, you can create a relationship with your body where you are in control of your own health.
Want to know more? Rebecca is happy to discuss what happens during a treatment and the benefits you will experience. Please feel free to contact her with questions and for more information.