Acupuncture based in Chinese Medicine (as opposed to dry needling) can help with a wide variety of physical and emotional challenges. It’s been used in China for thousands of years to heal and as a preventative medicine. Acupuncture supports conventional medicine and assists recovery from illness.
Acupuncture is successful in treating a wide variety of health issues including: stress, anxiety, low mood, depression, motivation, insomnia, digestion, headaches, muscular pain, back pain, shoulder problems, joint problems, skin issues, fertility, PMT, menstrual irregularities and menopausal symptoms.
Diagnosis includes lots of chatting and looking at signs presented by your tongue and pulse points on both wrists. Acupuncture points are found across the whole body and tap into the energy systems of your organs to rebalance your system. An acupuncturist selects around 7 points per treatment, sometimes more if treating pain in a specific area. Acupuncture needles are as fine as hairs and provide gentle stimulation.
Acupuncturists encourage your body to heal itself by addressing patterns of disharmony. This can include dietary and lifestyle advice too.
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Working from Moon this morning and these two magical rainbows appeared... 🌈 🌈
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It made my morning, after an inauspicious start...
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Meet Roxanne Armstrong.
Roxanne offers both myofascial release (MFR) and ScarWork treatments at Moon on Friday afternoons - more about those in subsequent posts. However, here's more about Roxanne in her own words 👇
Hi, I’m Roxanne, originally from Canada.
I came to the UK to work in Theatre (Costume), then about 15 years ago I took a weekend course in massage which completely changed my direction in life.
So, I started my therapist journey properly in 2006 with JING Massage Training and a foundation in Holistic Medical Massage, then in 2008 I qualified in Sports & Remedial Massage at the NLSSM. I continued my training in Myofascial Release with MFR UK & ScarWork treatment of scars developed by Sharon Wheeler.
Pretty much from beginning I have been fascinated by Fascia and have always consider fascial adhesions in the when tailoring treatments for clients.
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Although, sometimes we need a bit of support.
The wonderful pregnancy hormones that help your body prepare for birth, the weight of the baby, increase in blood and fluid volume, coupled with the body's attempt to keep you upright and functioning can but tremendous pressure of areas such as the pelvis.
Osteopathy can treat a whole range of musculoskeletal conditions, such as pelvic girdle pain, to give you that extra bit of support in your maternity journey.
Once your little one is in your arms the birth hormones will take time to settle down, during this time you may be more prone to strains and sprains. To add to this, breastfeeding and carrying your baby can put a lot of pressure on the body – not helped by lack of sleep! Osteopathy can also help in the days, weeks and months after you've given birth.
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