Acupuncture involves using paper-thin stainless steel needles to access and move
energy, which is called qi (pronounced chee) through a series of points on the body
that lie on channels, also known as meridians. Like our blood vessels, these channels
flow through us, connecting all aspects of our physical, mental and emotional

In Chinese medicine, illness and suffering results when qi becomes stuck, preventing
the smooth flow of energy through these channels. For example, a build-up of mucus
in the sinuses causing allergies; an inability to digest properly resulting in bloating
and constipation; the feeling of palpitations in the chest often associated with
anxiety; or a sense of heaviness in the body causing fatigue can all be seen as
manifestations of “stuck qi.”

By supporting a more balanced flow of qi through the body, acupuncture helps
alleviate a wide variety of symptoms and creates greater ease of movement through

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