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The 8 Extraordinary Vessels – DAI

I absolutely love the odd one out, the ugly duckling, the exception to the rule, the marginal, because they stand out and make a statement! That's how I look at the Dai Vessel in Chinese Medicine. The only meridian that is horizontal and not vertical! Way to go! The Girdle rocks :) In clinical practice, [...]

By | December 18th, 2016|Acupuncture & TCM|7 Comments

The 8 Extraordinary Vessels – Chong

Recently, I took a 2 days course on using the 8 Extraordinary Vessels for psycho emotional trauma (With the great Yvonne Farrell). I learned of an acupuncture point I didn't know about: KD Prime! I LOVE to learn :) Kd Prime is located directly below KD 1 on the lower third of the sole, when [...]

By | December 2nd, 2016|Acupuncture & TCM|7 Comments

All About Cupping Therapy

Let's face it, lately (especially during the past Summer Olympics), we have been bombarded with images of people experiencing the benefits of Cupping! I know I'll get some heat for what I'm about to say, but Cupping is not a Chinese Medicine therapy! I can hear you thinking: Say WHAT? Are you crazyyyyyy? Okay, just [...]

By | November 18th, 2016|Acupuncture & TCM|0 Comments

Prostate Issues in Chinese Medicine

This year, in honour of MOVEMBER, I've decided it was about time I talk about men's issues. Since a lot of my posts are often about women's disorders, it's only fair I finally write one on TCM Treatments for MEN! My hubby will turn 50 soon (he's younger than me, oh yeah!), but as he [...]

By | November 2nd, 2016|Acupuncture & TCM|2 Comments

The 8 Extraordinary Vessels – DU

I was born with Scoliosis, but luckily for me, it was completely rectified. When I was around 8 years old, for a period of 18 months, I had to wear a back brace, and sleep on a plywood board (on my back, up until then I was a stomach sleeper! This was such a hard [...]

By | October 2nd, 2016|Acupuncture & TCM|0 Comments