Category: Acupuncture Courses

Acupuncture for Children Healthy

| March 30, 2010 | 0 Comments | 195 views
Acupuncture for Children Healthy

As parents, we all want our children to be happy and healthy. Consider the idea that acupuncture might be a wonderful way to treat your child's health.

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The Meaning of Acupuncture and Biorhythm

| March 30, 2010 | 0 Comments | 702 views
The Meaning of Acupuncture and Biorhythm

We all know something about biorhythms. Basically, a biorhythm is an internal clock that regulates our bodies in relation to the daily positions of the sun, and the monthly positions of the moon.

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How to Learn Acupuncture Cupping

| March 30, 2010 | 0 Comments | 780 views
How to Learn Acupuncture Cupping

Acupuncture cupping is treatment that originated in ancient Chinese medicine and is commonly used for bronchitis, asthma, dysentery, diarrhea, soft tissue injury and infertility among many other conditions.

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Is Acupuncture Painful?

| March 30, 2010 | 0 Comments | 243 views
Is Acupuncture Painful?

Most people are surprised to learn that acupuncture needles are extremely thin. They are not like hypodermic (injection) needles, which are big and hollow. What sets acupuncturists apart are the needles they use.

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How to learn the acupuncture points and channels deeply

| March 30, 2010 | 0 Comments | 765 views
How to learn the acupuncture points and channels deeply

I found it extremely difficult to learn the acupuncture points and channels despite the expert instruction I received from Jim Cleaver,

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Acupuncture Face-Lift Procedures

| March 15, 2010 | 0 Comments | 836 views
Acupuncture Face-Lift Procedures

Acupuncture is an ancient treatment for a wide variety of ills. The basis of acupuncture is that small needles inserted into key points in the body will improve the flow of energy along the meridians that kinesthetic energy travels.

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The Kidney Sinew Channel (zu shao yin jing jin)

| March 9, 2010 | 0 Comments | 5,197 views
The Kidney Sinew Channel (zu shao yin jing jin)

The Kidney sinew channel originates beneath the little toe
● diagonally crosses the sole of the foot, meets the Spleen sinew channel and continues to the medial malleolus where it binds
(jie).

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The Kidney Divergent Channel (zu shao yin jing bie)

| March 9, 2010 | 0 Comments | 2,491 views
The Kidney Divergent Channel (zu shao yin jing bie)

The Kidney divergent channel separates from the Kidney primary channel in the popliteal fossa at ➞KID-10 (yinggu).

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The Kidney Primary Channel (zu shao yin jing)

| March 9, 2010 | 1 Comment | 4,342 views
The Kidney Primary Channel (zu shao yin jing)

The Kidney primary channel begins beneath the little toe, which is reached by a branch separating from the Bladder primary channel at its endpoint at ➞BL-67 (zhiyin) (foot Yin–Yang connection of the second great circuit).

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How Long Does An Acupuncture Treatment Take ?

| March 3, 2010 | 0 Comments | 1,591 views
How Long Does An Acupuncture Treatment Take ?

Why do most acupuncturists schedule 1½ hours or more for an initial acupuncture appointment? What exactly happens during the first visit that could possibly take that long? How long are the needles left in the patient? Do acupuncturists charge by the hour?

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