A healing modality that is often practiced in conjunction to acupuncture, acupressure is a treatment that focuses on applying physical pressure to the acupuncture joints, clearing the meridian pathways so the body feels light and relaxed.



Tui Na (Acupressure), traditional Chinese medicine refers to using the hand to press the meridian and acupoints on the human body to perform treatment by pushing, holding, lifting, pinching, rubbing and other methods. Tui Na is a non-drug natural therapy and physical therapy. Usually refers to the doctor’s use of his own hands to act on the patient’s body surface, injured area, uncomfortable place, specific acupoints, painful place, specifically using push, hold, press, rub, pinch, point, pat, etc. A variety of methods and strengths, in order to achieve the effects of dredging the meridians, promoting qi and blood, wound healing and pain relief, reconcile yin and yang, and extend life.

Local Tui Na Therapy



Is stress at home or work beginning to take a physical toll on your body? Do you feel worn out, weary, or restless at the end of the day? Do you have trouble sleeping, or relaxing on the couch or in bed? The benefits of massage therapy are not reserved for athletes, or those with injuries or chronic pain. A full body relaxation massage draws from centuries of western and eastern massage tradition, and is the perfect option for those who are new to massage therapy, or are unsure of what specific treatments their body may require to feel its best.

Pediatric Massage Therapy

Pediatric massage is the complementary and alternative treatment that uses massage therapy, or “the manual manipulation of soft tissue intended to promote health and well-being” for children and adolescents. Its goal is to reduce pain, anxiety, loneliness and fear when children are hospitalized or diagnosed with a debilitating medical condition. Pediatric massage therapy takes into consideration each child’s individual physical development, cognitive development and health care needs.