Traditional Chinese Acupuncture

It is thought that Huang Di, also know as the Yellow Emperor (269 ~ 259BC) was the founder of Acupuncture.

He was also the author of the legendary classic Nei Jing, and is considered to be one of the founding Fathers of Chinese culture and wisdom.

As you can see from the diagram opposite, there are 365 Acupuncture points on the body which have been known about for over 2,000 years. The meridians connect the points, and rivers of energy or qi flow around the body in the meridians.

Any energy blockages can result in pain in different areas, and by assessing your tongue and pulses, your Acupuncturist will help to restore balance and harmony within your body.