In our CULIA KI clinic. a purely traditional form the of East Asian medical arts. Hari treatments adjust and regulate the balance and flow of ki in and around the meridians (which are pathways through which the life force flows to every nook and cranny of the body) For the principle treatment we use contact or touch needling, which is a noninvasive method. Aims at strengthening the life force, and as such its unique characteristic is that it is applicable to any illness.
The Ki Science Institute present and support a workshops. We had examined the most recent developments in Ki therapy, Acupressure, and Moxa therapy. In the workshop we will study Shinkiko, breathing exercises, Color therapy, Reflexology and much more. Practitioners and students will learn hands on techniques to care for ourselves and our families and clients.
Shinkiko is a system of healing developed by the late Dr. Masato Nakagawa of Japan. Shinkiko is the study of the non-physical world (such as Ki energy, heart or Spirit) in relation to the physical world (such as illnesses, relationships, finances, and the environment).
MCPHS University (New England School of Acupuncture)