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Home > Points Newsletter > February 2005

Points Newsletter - february 2005

Happy Chinese New Year Ė Year of the Rooster (4,703)
By Dr. Maoshing Ni, Ph.D., D.O.M., Dipl.ABAAHP

Happy Chinese New Year!

February 9, 2005 will usher in the year of the Green Rooster. It is Year 4,703 since the beginning of the Yellow Emperorís reign. The year of the Rooster follows on the heel of the Monkey year. Letís take a moment and reflect back on my last yearís forecast and see how we did for 2004. I predicted that the Monkey year, because of the metal and wood energetic conflicts, would be filled with clashes, constant changes and unpredictability. We saw continued clashes both abroad in Iraq and at home with the presidential election. I predicted that the economy would see an up tick.  More...


Frequently Asked Questions About Bodywork

What is bodywork? The term bodywork includes several therapeutic techniques that maintain and promote good health and total wellness through movement and handling of the body. Massage, structural/functional integration, movement awareness, and energy medicine are some examples of this form of health care. More...


The Tao of Love Making
By Dr. Maoshing Ni, Ph.D., D.O.M., Dipl.ABAAHP

Sex has been a subject of obsession throughout human history. It has often inspired heated conflicts and extreme behaviors. From repressive societies to promiscuous indulgence, sex, or its powers, through many evolutions continues to intrigue us. In the midst of these extremes, there is a distinct lack of knowledge and understanding among the majority of people about the nature and health consequences from the act of sex. More...

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ASK THE DOCTOR

Q:   I have chronic pain from a dislocated shoulder. I have done everything from minor surgery to clean out debris to steroid injections. Can acupuncture help me with the pain?

A: Yes, it is very likely that acupuncture can help your shoulder pain. Pain relief is one of the most widely utilized functions of acupuncture in our western culture, largely due to published studies showing that acupuncture causes the release of endorphins, the bodyís own natural pain killers.

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