Medical Qigong is one of the oldest branches of Chinese medicine, a comprehensive system for addressing the root cause of symptoms to treat the client as a whole. Imbalances in the energy fields of the body leads to dis-ease, resulting from unhealthy lifestyle, diet, environment, emotional upsets, or physical traumas.
Energetic disturbance is diagnosed through the trained ability to sense energetic anatomy then applying the foundations of Chinese medicine. Balance is restored through clearing and tonifying the acupuncture points, the energetic fields, and chakras. These treatments stimulate the body’s healing potential and help regulate internal organs and immune systems, as well as mental and emotional stability.
During a session, the practitioner’s hands will be above the patient’s body while the patient lies fully clothed on the table. Depending on the individual energetic patterning, the practitioner may use slight touches to connect certain areas of the body or use energetic needles at acupuncture points to balance the body.
What the individual feel vary depending on the person and the treatment protocol–most common reported experience are:
Most report some kind of shift during or after the treatment as the practitioner works with the memories stored in the energetic body.
Craig Sakimoto, L.Ac., grew up in Idaho with family roots in Hawaii. He has worked in the software industry for over a decade before he decided to change to a healthier career. He is a California state licensed Acupuncturist and an Herbalist with a Master’s in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Five Branches University and Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from University of Puget Sound. He is also a Certified Practitioner of Bowen Technique, Sound Healing, and Anat Baniel Method, where he is currently completing the more advanced training working with children. Craig has seen significant results in pain management, structural alignment, performance
enhancement, weight-loss, diabetes, psychological issues, sleep disorders, and many complicated internal disorders.