May 2017

Toronto Acupuncture clinic owner discovers wacky Japanese moxibustion cure in Tokyo

2019-08-17T21:16:22-04:00

Would you be daring enough to try some weird and wonderful moxibustion heat applications that soothe the eyes, optic nerves and even the brain? It is a less well known type of heat therapy and I’ve been waiting a year to share this stuff with you.

Toronto Acupuncture clinic owner discovers wacky Japanese moxibustion cure in Tokyo2019-08-17T21:16:22-04:00

December 2016

May 2016

Clinic owner Sarah Kreitzer R. Ac gets schooled in Japan

2019-08-12T11:23:27-04:00

Fresh off the plane from Japan!  Here’s another post on one of the incredible continuing education experiences I had during my travels. I’m going to share a cool Sotai lesson I learned during a recent visit to Yokohama.  Sotai is a uniquely Japanese kind of bodywork. Although sotai is not a service we offer at [...]

Clinic owner Sarah Kreitzer R. Ac gets schooled in Japan2019-08-12T11:23:27-04:00

November 2014

Enhance your acupuncture sessions with these gut heatlh Chinese medicical dietary tips

2019-08-18T16:02:55-04:00

After we give acupuncture we often give dietary advice based on Chinese Medicine. Today we share the most important food advice to nourish the body. Why eating breakfast matters to your spleen.

Enhance your acupuncture sessions with these gut heatlh Chinese medicical dietary tips2019-08-18T16:02:55-04:00

August 2014

History of Acupuncture- Sticking pins in someone- Who thought of that?

2019-08-18T16:22:13-04:00

I often get asked about the origins of acupuncture. As a patient lies on the table, I gently tap needles into them. They will get an inquisitive/confused look on their face and I know what they are about to ask. “How was it that someone thought to stick pins into another?” or “Who thought of that?” What a good question!

History of Acupuncture- Sticking pins in someone- Who thought of that?2019-08-18T16:22:13-04:00