Treatment Principles

Aim for balance.
Disperse blockages to open flow.
Release and unwind constrictions.
Transform pathological feedback loops into healthy ones.
Nourish and replenish when there is depletion and exhaustion.
Calm anger, anxiety, depression, fear, grief, stress, and worry.
Boost and move energy when there is stagnation and accumulation.
Harmonize the functioning of the internal organs when they are out of sync.
Japanese Garden
The mind and the body are inseparable so treat them together.
Cool systems that are overheated, warm systems that are under-functioning.
Preserve and maintain health with mindfulness and preventive care.
Address the underlying cause as well as the outward symptoms.
Work with the body to stimulate the natural healing processes.
Center when unbalanced, anchor when ungrounded.
Redirect the energy if it is going the wrong way.
Release pathogens and imbalanced emotions.
Rest and relax to replenish energy reserves.
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