Using elder’s oral traditions from most Asian countries
Filmed in my cottage healing retreat in the back blocks of South Island’s West Coast
Using a large acupuncture cup to undo the cold stored within
Preparing moxa for the slice of ginger
(to go onto the navel once the cold is taken out)
Only bring it back inside when all smoking is finished.
Seriously – DO NOT USE Inside – it is awfully penetrating (worse than cigarette smoke).
Taking cup off and adding on the moxa to rescue their Yang Qi
Adding in more moxa (rescuing Yang Qi takes time)
Above is a taster – all the background how and why and when not to and for how long and what it can help – and safely – is all included (plus extensive multiple multi media trainings) so you feel totally confident at home with this.
Reset Your Metabolism class here . .
(You may have already just come from there – this is next . .
Here is what one participant said . .
Of just one part . . .
‘Acupuncturists, this is a really great resource to help your patients (and yourself) reconnect with their bodies, without needles. A lot of the power of our medicine seems to be getting lost in intellectual based information, techniques and theories. We can often forget the basics of what it means to live as a healthy, integrated human being. We are embodied, and touch is vitally important. Simple things like how we think, what we eat, and how we move, are often over looked. A lot of what is in this course I will share with my patients. There are great graphics and posters which I can put out in my clinic and print off for patients as home work.
‘The more my patients can reconnect with their own bodies, at home, the better they’ll get. Working through the exercises myself, just while watching the course modules, I can feel the difference in my body. More relaxed, more integrated, more flowing, and more joyful. Thank you.
‘I sense I am reconnecting on the common sense wisdom of the elders. My acupuncture schooling was barely hands on, believe it or not. Mostly about theory and where to put the needle. But how to work with lymph, Qi, emotion and feeling – those are missing link that Heather reintroduces. She is humorous, caring and light hearted in the way she teaches.” – Cara Canada