Acu-Yoga Pressure exerted on acupuncture points or meridians to regulate ’qi’ or ’prana’ during performance of various Yoga asanas, mudras or bandhas is termed Acu-Yoga.
Acupressure Application of pressure on Acupuncture Points by various modalities helps to regulate the ’Qi’ and initiate inherent natural healing.
Acupuncture Sterile hairfine needles are pierced on acupuncture points along energy meridians according to principles of TCM to restore YIN-YANG balance and homeostsis of the interior milieu of an individual to initiate inherent natural healing. It is highly curative in a vast range of conventionally incurable diseases. It works as an eficient fill-in-the-blanks in the practice of modern medicine. Its efficiency is highly augmented when complemented with other drug-free modalities like TaiQi/QiGong/Yoga, Reiki, Pranic Healing, Panchakarma, Hypnotherapy, etc.
Ashtanga Yoga Sage Patanjali defined YOGA as a way of wholesome life comprising of eight limbs or dimensions, viz., yama, niyama, pranayama, asana, pratyhara, dhyana, dharana and samadhi. This eight dimensional aspects of life is called Ashtanga Yoga.
Reflexology Reflexology is an extension of the system of TCM/Acupuncture, whereby ears, hands, feet, tongue, scalp, etc. have well defined areas representing various organs and tissues of the body. They are termed reflex areas or reflex points. Any pathology in the concerned organs is reflected on these points as areas of induration or altered sensitivity. Activation of these points leads to rechannelisation of energy flow in the area, leading to initiation of the process of healing.