Diagnosis and treatment which consists of the insertion of fine needles in specific areas of the body following a prescription of points tailored to the individual needs of the person.

Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation:

Starts with acupuncture as explained above with the insertion of very small & fine needles in the face and regular needles throughout the body, including head and ears.

Using a combination of Chinese herbs, homeopathic medicine, organic beauty products, & acupuncture, depending on the person’s needs.

Chinese Herbal Medicine, Homeopathic, and Organic Formulas:

Can be a single herb or combination of herbs as well as food based supplements formulated into either granules (for tea), pill, or pearl form that have been used for years to effectively prevent or improve many conditions.


An ancient form of therapy that consists of the insertion of a small flame in a glass or just a silicon cup which is applied gently to the skin. The resulting suction that occurs relieves pressure from the fascia helping to soothe stressed muscles while promoting blood & oxygen circulation. It may leave a round-dark-reddish mark which disappears between a few days to a week depending on the person’s condition.

Medical Massage (Tuina):

Is a massage that focuses on acupressure points, stimulating the lymphatic system to function more efficiently, and to relieve pain.

Moxibustion (Moxa):

Compressed herbs that are lit to be used as a warming therapy that improves circulation, reduces inflammation, & relieves pain.