Acupuncture needling has been practiced for thousands of years in China and other Asian countries. It is the practice of inserting thin, metallic needles at specific acupoints on the body which are then activated or sedated through gentle manipulation. This stimulates the body’s own natural healing processes by unblocking obstructions along the energy meridians; thereby re-establishing the smooth, optimal flow of Qi (Prana in Ayurveda), blood and body fluids.


Moxibustion is a therapy that complements acupuncture well. It involves generating heat on the skin’s surface by burning dried herbal preparation of Artemisia Vulgaris (Mugwort). It can be used in multiple ways to influence the circulation of Qi, blood and body fluids or to warm up the meridians and to dispel external pathogens. 
Moxibustion works extremely well to enhance energy levels, to optimise immunity and in certain musculoskeletal pain disorders, digestive issues and menstrual abnormalities.

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Myofascial cupping

Cupping is done by creating a suction inside glass or plastic cups which are then placed on different areas of the body. The vacuum created pulls the skin and fascia up and away from the underlying muscles and creates space between the tissue layers that are tight and painful. Therefore, it releases muscle tension, aids lymphatic flow and enhances blood circulation, especially in sports and orthopedic injuries. 


ElectroAcupuncture is basically adding gentle electrical currents to traditional acupuncture treatments. When the proper current, frequency, and voltage are applied, the treatment becomes much more effective. This technique coaxes the body to produce neurotransmitters such as serotonin and beta endorphins to provide pain relief, improve range of movement and functionality of a particular joint.  It is beneficial in musculoskeletal conditions such as osteoarthritis of the knees, sciatica, cervical spondylosis, frozen shoulder as well as post surgery rehabilitation.

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Gua sha

Gua sha is a stand alone excellent healing technique which is defined as instrument-assisted unidirectional press-stroking of a lubricated area of the body surface to intentionally create transitory therapeutic petechiae called ‘sha’. Research shows that a session of Gua sha produces an anti-inflammatory and immune protective effect that persists for days following a single treatment (Arya Nielsen, PH.D.) The colour of the “Sha”, its location and how soon it disappears are all used in diagnosis as well as to assess the prognosis.

Auricular acupuncture

Auricular acupuncture is, quite simply, acupuncture done on the ear. This can be achieved either by inserting thin needles or by sticking ear seed on an adhesive tape; particularly if you are sensitive to needle insertion. This modality has been hugely effective in treating chronic pain and addictions.

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Nutrition & lifestyle counselling

All non-infectious chronic diseases are influenced by our dietary habits and overall lifestyle behaviour.