1 Acupuncture

Acupuncture is an ancient form of Chinese medicine involving the insertion of acupuncture
needles into the skin at specific points on the body to achieve therapeutic effect.


Moxibustion cures and prevents diseases by applying heat to certain spots on human body throughburning moxa- floss or other kinds of herbs. This treatment can expel the evil, drive positive energyand regulate Qi and blood by transmitting warmth through the meridians.

3 Cupping

Cupping is a form of therapy in traditional Chinese medicine. It commonly involves
therapists placing a specialized cup on the skin. They use either heat or an air pump to create suction inside the cup, which draws the skin upwards into the cup and leaves dark circles on the surface. Cupping can clear meridians, promote Qi, activate blood, relieve swelling

and pain, dispel evil and cold.

4) Skin scraping therapy

Guided by the theory of meridians and acupoints, skinscraping therapy is to scrape and rub the body surface with the useof a scraping board and certain techniques, during or after which, red or darkmarks will emerge from the skin, which is a symbol of increased bloodcirculation and decreased blood stasis. This therapy can promoteblood circulation, warm meridians, relieve pain and detox the body.

Tui-na therapy Chinese Medical Massage

Tui- na therapyis a treatment, by which the physician applys his hands to the body
surface where the possible injuries might beand by using multiple techniques, including pushing, holding, pressing, scraping, rubbing, kneading,pinching, and patting  to dredge meridians and relieve pain.

Ear acupuncture therapy

Ear acupuncture therapy, instead of using needles, is to stick Chinese medicinepills (beans) accurately on specific ear acupoints withmedical proof fabric, then apply appropriate rubbing, kneading, pressing, pinchingto the acupoints to motivate immunity and to cause numbness, swelling, and painso as to treat certain diseases.