Asian bodywork therapy may include, but is not limited to the following: touching, pressing or holding of the body along meridians and/or on acupoints primarily with the hands, stretching, external application of medicinal plants or foods, heat or cold, and dietary or exercise suggestions. Cupping, guasha, moxibustion, and other methods/modalities may also be used by properly trained practitioners. Other recognized forms are Acupressure, Amma, AMMA Therapy®, Chi Nei Tsang, Five Element Shiatsu, Integrative Eclectic Shiatsu, Japanese Shiatsu, Jin Shin Do® Bodymind Acupressure®, Jin Shou Tuina™, Macrobiotic Shiatsu, Nuad Bo 'Rarn (Traditional Thai Bodywork), Shiatsu, Shiatsu Anma Therapy, Tuina, Zen Shiatsu and Medical Qigong.

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When considering which path to take to become a holistic health practitioner it is wise to consider the path of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).  Licensed Acupuncturists & Oriental Medicine practitioners enjoy one of the broadest scopes of…