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[VIDEO] – In this video (a recording of the live video), Sohial interviews Swiss Acupuncturist Jonathan Shubs on how to approach and treat emotional conditions with his Unified Acupuncture Theory (UAT).
In this video (5:32 mins), I discuss how our emotions can trap us and how we can become bound by space and time which makes it harder for us to extend ourselves beyond our condition and suffering and see that we are moving further away from any healing.
Here’s another great article by our musculo-skeletal acupuncturist Hamish Reid, sharing his treatment strategies and the awesome power of motor points for the plantar fasciitis.
The motor point is technically where the motor nerve innervates the muscle (neuromuscular junction).
Our musculo-skeletal acupuncturist Hamish Reid suggests that Dupuytren’s contracture actually responds very well with the use of Motor Points – as all cases like this the earlier it is picked up and treated, the better.
One thing right off the bat is to check what the patients expectations are – many times when I have done this for Dupuytren’s contracture, the patient expects a few treatments to basically solve the problem.
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In this video, you will learn about a powerful channel in the body that is involved in building affection and connection in your relationships. This channel helps to balance the ego so that we can be more driven by our hearts with sincerity and honesty.
In this video, you will learn some of the more exciting features of acupuncture point Small Intestine 17. The name of the point is Tian Rong which can be translated to Celestial Countenance or Heavenly Appearance or Expression.
In the video below, I will tell you how your body has distinct channels that tell your story about your: Identity, purpose, confidence, assertion, culture/religion, bonding, conflicts with your mother or father, self-contentment, past trauma, blame, stance and perspective,
One of the common questions that many students and even practitioners often think about is the difference between Spirit (Shen) and Soul (Ling). At least in my 10+ years of teaching, this is a question that I get asked frequently by many students. To some, this maybe somewhat simple but to most it draws a great deal of confusion and so it should, as there is a remarkable difference between the two ideologies