Our Guest Therapist is Coming Back! November 12th – 20th!

Our  Guest Therapist is back in town Nov 12th – 20th, call now (303 – 467- 5337) to schedule your appointment!

Alan has practiced natural healing therapies professionally for 5 years in Arizona and will be offering Tui Na massage and lymphatic drainage sessions here at Calm Spirit Acupuncture Monday, November 12th through Tuesday, November 20th. Alan’s lymphatic drainage technique utilizes the LymphStar Pro® for immune issues and overall health conditions, as well as for cosmetic purposes, such as reducing facial puffiness and improving skin tone. The LymphStar device has hand-held probes placed in various spots on the body to support lymph drainage.

Ask to try both the Tui Na and the lymphatic drainage to see which you enjoy more.

Appointments are $60 for a 1-hour Tui Na session or for a 1-hour lymphatic session; we have a special if you do an hour of either of these combined with an hour of acupuncture it is $100. The Tui Na or lymphatic drainage are wonderful on their own or in conjunction with acupuncture.

If you are interested in getting in again for Tui Na or lymphatic drainage work give us a call 303-467-5337

More about What Tui Na is and how to use it for best results:

Traditional Chinese Medicine includes a bodywork modality called “Tui  Na”. Translated into English, it means “push/pull”. Tui Na is based on Chinese Medicine theory: Channels, Points, Organs, Qi, Blood, Excess/Deficiency, Exterior/Interior, Yin/Yang, Hot/Cold, etc. Diagnosis is made using Chinese Medicine diagnostic criteria,
treatment is determined and carried out. Manipulation is then light or heavy, gentle or forceful, slow or rapid. The point is to bring yin and yang function of the body back into balance, move qi and blood through the channels, and improve the circulation of qi and blood through muscle and bone, thereby helping relieve pain and problems with the Chinese Medicine organs, network vessels and collaterals.

Tui Na is an external Chinese Medicine treatment rather than an internal treatment – like herbs or food, taken by mouth. The effect on the internal comes from external manipulation – like acupuncture, cupping, gua sha or moxibustion. And it is applied by a practitoner, rather than in qi-gong, where the patient does the breathing and movement themselves to help with healing.

So, in using Chinese Medicine diagnostic techniques, practitioners can use Tui Na to treat an ailment instead of needles, herbs or moxa, but it is very commonly used in conjunction with acupuncture. It is somewhat different from Western style massage techniques which are based entirely on Western medical theory and manipulating physical anatomy. Tui Na bodywork is an additional type of healthcare and part of Traditional Chinese Medicine.