Acupuncture promotes natural healing. It can enhance recuperative power and immunity, support physical and emotional health, and improve overall function and well-being. It is a safe, painless and effective way to treat a wide variety of medical problems.
Auricular acupuncture, or ear acupuncture, is especially effective for pain management and psycho-emotional disorders such as addiction or compulsive behaviors. Auricular acupuncture provides a great sense of comfort, relaxation and a renewed sense of well-being.
Cupping is a form of therapy where cups are pressed onto the body using suction. It is designed to increase circulation, stretch tightly contracted muscles, loosen adhesions, decrease inflammation, increase range of motion and reduce pain.
With chronic and persistent conditions, the gentle use of electrical stimulation is applied to the needles to increase the effectiveness of the treatment. This is done to loosen adhesions, dissipate blockages and remove toxicity from the tissues and organs.
This type of cosmetic acupuncture is a holistic, natural way of improving facial health and reducing the effects of aging that are most readily evident on the face. It’s a series of treatments and its results are subtle, gradual and cumulative.
Handwork or Acupressure
Handwork or Acupressure is based on one the most ancient principles of healing — that simply touching a specific point on the body will release stress and improve health in the body. This simple and powerful technique has been shown to very effective in treating headaches, backaches, and even insomnia.
Moxibustion is an ancient treatment that consist burning an herb; Mugwort (also called Ai Ye) it is used in Chinese Medicine practices to warm and stimulate the areas above the skin.
Trai Rayshawn Hawthorne, born and raised in Tulsa Oklahoma, and is a student Alumni of Natural Health & Wellness Center in Sand Springs, Oklahoma – Class of 2020. Trai completed all requirements for the advanced course in Acupuncture, Herbology, Diagnosis, Moxibustion, and Handwork.
Mushin is flow. Mushin in Japanese, and Wuxin in Chinese (無心 “no mind”) is a mental state; also known as the flow state. This is a state artist, trained martial artists, and athletes typically tap into. Nevertheless – Mushin Acupuncture was established to get that flow state within you moving again. The focus of our practice is to provide relief from occasional pain, allergies, digestion disorders, men and women’s health, quit smoking, integrative acupuncture for chronic conditions, and cosmetic facial rejuvenation. Overall, the studies in acupuncture, and other Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) never stop. Trai will continually do his education via his fellow graduate class, Udemy, LinkedIn learning course, and a few other education courses. Trai plans to become nationally certified via NCCAOM to be able to practice Nationally anywhere in the US.
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“I have been going to Mushin Acupuncture for almost a year now and it has changed the way I think about health all together. The sessions are quick and easy and your body will thank you afterwards. Any pain I had been dealing with Mushin Acupuncture has taken care of and has provided valuable information on ways to keep it from coming back.”