Wellness Services

Classical Chinese Medicine:

Classical Chinese Medicine utilizes a variety of modalities, including Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Bodywork, Cupping, Gua Sha, Dietary Therapy, and Qi Gong, to treat the root causes of internal and external disharmonies and diseases. LEARN MORE


Acupuncture:

Similar to how rivers flow through the terrain of the landscape, subtle energy called ‘Qi’ (pronounced “chi”) flows through our bodies. LEARN MORE


Chinese Herbs and Dietary Therapy:

Chinese Herbal Medicine is a sophisticated and effective form of therapy that has been used for thousands of years. Chinese herbal formulas work not simply through chemical interactions, but also through subtle resonance with the person taking them. LEARN MORE


Cupping and Gua Sha

Cupping is a traditional practice in many different cultures. Like cupping, Gua Sha increases the flow of blood and Qi to tight areas of the body and effectively breaks up adhesions and knots within the muscles. LEARN MORE


Integrative Therapy:

Quantum physics shows us that we are beings of energy and vibration, radiating our own unique energy signature. Our physical body is completely immersed in our energy body and imbalances in the energy body, if left unattended, will create imbalances in our physical body. LEARN MORE


Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST):

With roots in osteopathy, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST) addresses whole-body dynamics by identifying strain patterns in the soft tissues, structure, and organs of the body and allowing them to release. LEARN MORE


Massage Therapy:

Therapeutic massage centers around a specific client goal – physical, mental, or other and can be particularly useful for chronic muscle tension and pain, to improve circulation, and provide a sense of relaxation and well-being. LEARN MORE


Energy Medicine:

Our physical body is completely immersed in our energy body and imbalances in the energy body, if left unattended, will create imbalances in our physical body. LEARN MORE


Spiritual Counseling:

Our emotions are not who we are, but they are a guide to understanding our thoughts and beliefs; denial of emotions creates dis-ease in the body. LEARN MORE