There are so many shapes, materials and sizes of cupping therapy tools that it can be hard to know what to use. Do you need large cups? Glass cups? Pump cups or silicone cups? What are tiny cups for? So many questions. Luckily, we’ve answered them all for you right here.
The term ‘holistic healthcare’ gets a lot of airtime but what does it actually mean? What kinds of approaches does it take? And most importantly, where does it stand in relationship to Western clinical medicine and healthcare? In this post, we’ll be taking a look at what holistic healthcare is and why it’s so important.
When you start looking for acupuncture needles, it’s easy to get confused. Is a needle just a needle? Does quality matter? In this post, we’ll be looking at types of acupuncture needle and why it’s vital to buy from reputable brands.
You might’ve heard about this Korean moxibustion practice and that amazing type of Japanese moxa but what is the difference between styles across nations? In this post, we take a look at the differences between Japanese, Chinese and Korean moxibustion and moxa.
Meridian models are more than just cool looking sculptures. They’re clinic essentials for any acupuncture practitioner. But what are meridian models exactly? With different models to choose from, we take a quick look at what these models are and why you might want a particular one.
Needles are the cornerstone of acupuncture but did you know that there are plenty of other acupuncture accessories? In this post, we take a quick look at different acupuncture styles and accessories so you can begin offering a wider range of treatments.
What is Sujok? Su jok (or Sujok) is a fantastic type of acupressure to practice in your clinic and to teach your patients to perform at home. In this post, we take a quick look at what it is, how to practice it and the tools you need to get started.
Have you heard whispers of Okyu, or, thread moxa? These style is part of Traditional Japanese Medicine and a great service for your clinic. In this post, we’ll be looking at what Okyu is, how it’s done and the tools you need to get started.
Moxa cones are easy tools for moxibustion practices and come in a few different types. These little cones can be used in conjunction with acupuncture needles or directly on the skin and can free you up to do other things while your patient is relaxing. Read on to find out more about moxa cones and why they’re essential for every moxibustion practice.
Acupuncture has been around for thousands of years and varies depending on style, country and application. As a result, there are more types of acupuncture needles than you can shake a stick of moxa at. The moment you think you’ve narrowed down the needles you need, another variable crops up.
Don’t worry, we’re here to clear up the confusion with 5 tips on what to think about when you’re choosing acupuncture needles.