Acupuncture is the insertion of very fine needles at specific points on the body with the aim of restoring the flow of Qi and aiding the body's natural healing response.
Cupping stimulates and regulates the flow of Qi and Blood and is used to relax muscles, move stagnant Qi and Blood and ease pain. It is further used to release the Exterior and draw external pathogens up to the surface and out through open pores.
Moxibustion is the burning of a dried herb, Mugwort, either directly onto the skin or above the skin, to stimulate and warm specific points, meridians or areas of the body.
Gua Sha is the scraping of the skin with a tool with the intention of causing petechia. It is similar to cupping in that it is used to release the Exterior to expel pathogens. It aids in the movement of stagnant Qi and Blood and is effective with muscular skeletal problems
Tui Na is a form of physical bodywork and a subtle energy medicine that opens, releases and balances the channel sinews by stimulating points and channels on the body.