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Acupuncture is a technique for balancing the flow of energy or life force — known as Qi which flows through pathways (meridians) in your body. By inserting hair-thin needles into specific points along these meridians. Needles may be heated during the treatment or mild electric current may be applied to them.


Acupuncture improves the body's natural healing abilities and promotes physical and emotional well-being. 

Before acupuncture and moxibustion treatment, Jie uses various diagnostic techniques, including interrogation, tongue, abdominal, pulse, and meridian exploration. . . . . .
Under the full understanding of the patient's physical and mental conditions, targeted treatment is carried out. Treatment times vary from 60 to 75 minutes. JIE often adds massage, cupping, and warm treatment to acupuncture which reduces the discomfort of needles and gives a more relaxing effect.


Acupuncture treatment requires 3-5 treatments, and sometimes longer treatment time is needed to see the effect. Acupuncture treatment requires the patient's cooperation in food, exercise, self-healing, and many other aspects. 

TCM acupuncture is used for overall wellness, including

  • Stress management, including  


    • overweight or obesity

    • general fatigue.

    • IBS (bowel movement disorder).

    • insomnia.

    • PMS (premenstrual syndrome)...... 

  • Pain management, including​

    • migraines, and tension headaches. backaches.

    • tennis elbow

    • Osteoarthritis.

    • Menstrual cramps.......

  • Respiratory disorders, such as allergic rhinitis and asthma

  • Skin disorder and cosmetics issues, such as acne, and wrinkles on the face.

  • Natural Fertility..... 

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Chinese Herbs

Traditional Chinese medicine is a human-centered art. Jie uses traditional Chinese medical diagnostic techniques, carefully inquiring about patients' symptoms, observing the tongue, taking pulse, palpation, etc. 

According to the individual differences, judge the body's deficiency, excess, cold, heat, blood circulation, digestion, and immunity, and choose 4-8  Chinese herbs or 1-2 Chinese patent herbs.

Herbs are ground and served as tea bags. The tea is safe, effective, simple, convenient, light, and tastes good. Chinese patent herbs are concentrated pills, which are convenient to take.



Massage requires a perfect combination of anatomical knowledge and tactile sensitivity of the hands.


For more than ten years, Jie has completed two exams in classical massage and special massage in Finland. Before the massage, she underwent an Ortopedinen Manual Therapy (OMT) limb test to see the state of the muscles and fascia. Focus on massaging targeted muscles and areas.  


  • Promote human blood circulation,

  • relieve muscle soreness and spasms,

  • Accelerates lymphatic return,

  • Helps restore injured muscles,

  • Improve skin elasticity, promote skin metabolism

  • Help relieve anxiety and depression,

  • relieve pain

  • Improve sleep and strengthen immunity


Jie also uses different massage techniques such as

  • Abdominal massage can also make bowel movements smoother and regulate hormones;

  • Foot massage to regulate body functions

  • Ear massage



Homeopathy is a natural form of medicine used by over 200 million people worldwide to treat both acute and chronic conditions. 

Homeopathy is a safe, gentle, and natural system of healing that works with your body to relieve symptoms, restore itself, and improve your overall health.

Jie uses homeopathy remedies mostly as a combination treatment for her acupuncture customers, who need compensation treatment.


Qigong is a traditional Chinese method of health care, health preservation, and healing. It is a method of physical and mental exercise that uses breathing adjustment, physical activity adjustment, and consciousness adjustment (breath adjustment, body adjustment, and mind adjustment) as means and aims at strengthening the body, preventing and treating diseases, keeping fit and prolonging life, and developing potentials.

Jie will guide patients with some simple qigong movements or breath adjustment methods before the end of treatment. Act on specific acupoints and meridians through mindfulness and various actions.

Persistent Qigong practice can help patients better manage their mood swings, and maintain peace of mind.

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Moxa & Cupping & Guasha & Ear

  • In moxibustion, mugwort (Artemisia argyi) is placed near the acupoints to heat them. But Jie's office also uses heating equipment to replace moxibustion.

  • Cupping is the use of fire or vacuum pumping to remove the air in the jar. With the help of negative pressure,  the jar is adsorbed on the body surface. The jar is pulled out after 5-10 minutes.

  • Guasha uses a special scraping board, scraping milk, and scraping oil for scraping. Because the shape of the special scraping board is designed according to the anatomical shape of the human body, it is suitable for scraping the meridian points, face, and ear to achieve proper stimulation. 

All symptoms that can be treated by acupuncture and massage can be treated by Guasha therapy. Jie can use the principle of aromatherapy to help customers to prepare scrape oil and customer can continue the self-care process in their free time.

Cupping and Gua Sha are stimulated by suction and pressure, resulting in circular cupping marks and Sha marks of pale red and dark purple color, that is, blood stasis.

In the process of blood stasis metabolism, there is a special enzyme "blood matrix oxidase-1 (HO-1)".  HO-1 is responsible for decomposing the blood matrix into biliverdin and carbon monoxide(CO), iron.


Biliverdin or bilirubin has anti-inflammatory effects, promoting wound repair. CO has the effect of dilating blood vessels, helps to promote circulation in the affected area, and has anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.

  • Ear therapy is a type of massage or acupuncture in the ear.  designed to find pressure points in and around the ear that, when triggered, can relieve tension in different parts of the body. 

Moxa & Cupping
Herbal tea
Adjuvant treatment
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