Chinese medicine comprises a number of related modalities. Together, they provide effective and lasting relief for bringing the body back to health. Hayley will discuss with you what modalities will work for best for your treatment.
Hair-thin needles are inserted into the body to stimulate acupuncture points, which act like "reset buttons" to get your system straightened out. They might be put in your body, your ears or your scalp. Hayley is known for her gentle technique--it doesn't hurt.
Cupping opens up the meridians by helping pull pathogens up and out of your system. Excellent for sore muscles ("bi syndrome"), colds and flus, and clearing blockages.
Ear seeds are tiny stickers applied over acupuncture points. When you press them, you stimulate the points--it works just like acupuncture except you can take these with you and wear them for three days.
Similar to cupping, gua ssa helps open the meridians to release blockages and pathogens. Be careful, it's addictive!
Tui na massage
Hayley uses a light, smooth touch along the meridians to open tissue, promote circulation and relieve pain.
Plant therapy is an age-old component of medicine all over the world. Essential oils can enhance your physical wellbeing, lift your mood and heighten your awareness.