Acupuncture at Karma Healing

Acupuncture

 

Dr Karma practices a unique style of acupuncture rooted in Chinese medicine and strongly influenced by his Tibetan cultural and philosophical heritage.

Treatment involves more than simple acupuncture. It is a full body healing practice that may incorporate a number of techniques, depending on the patient, including elements of:

  • Acupuncture
  • Acupressure
  • Tui na (Chinese remedial massage)
  • Moxibustion
  • Gua sha (vigorous skin stimulation to promote blood flow)
  • Cupping
  • Reiki

Your treatment should be stress free and enjoyable, and you should emerge feeling recharged.

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Traditional Chinese Medicine at Karma Healing

Traditional Chinese Medicine

 

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is a holistic system of healthcare, treating the whole body system – physical, emotional and spiritual – to restore health and vitality.

TCM considers qi (pronounced ‘chi’), our energetic life force, to circulate through the body along subtle pathways. Interruptions to this flow are considered to be the underlying cause of disease. TCM seeks to restore the flow of qi and bring the body into balance.

Beginning with a pulse and tongue diagnosis, treatment includes acupuncture, tui na (massage) and sometimes herbal prescriptions.

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Reiki at Karma Healing

Reiki

 

Reiki is a non-invasive, gentle, yet powerful method of healing.

Reiki energy (often described as “universal life energy” or “spiritual energy”) is accessed by the practitioner during a treatment. It enhances the body’s natural healing ability and promotes wellbeing.

Reiki treatment stands on its own as a healing practice and is also safely used to support orthodox and complementary medicine. Reiki doesn’t interfere with or diminish the intended effects of other health or medical practices.

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Massage at Karma Healing

Massage

 

Karma Healing massage therapy can be purely for relaxation purposes or a more intensive healing treatment.

Our massage practice draws on Tibetan techniques of hot stones, medicinal oils and acupressure, as well as Chinese tui na or remedial massage.

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