Conscious Acupuncture is a term to describe a real time approach to point selection developed by blind Japanese acupuncturists of the Meiji Era who relied upon touch to diagnose conditions and verify points. Individuals who have had typical forms of acupuncture will immediately discern the difference involved with the hands on approach of Japanese acupuncture.
Conscious Acupuncture might sound like an invitation to woo-woo, but it isn’t. It has to do with selecting points based upon feedback from the body. This feedback is established by sites of tenderness or pain and the points that diminish or eliminate tenderness and pain.
Specific conditions are the branch of a particular root that requires detection. Consequently Conscious Acupuncture is the detective focusing on the individual, their history, and their symptoms.
The best thing to do now is to schedule a session where I can determine how the Conscious Acupuncture approach can help.