The Ancient Chinese "Gift" of Gua Sha

This traditional East Asian technique, originating in China has come a long distance. Dating back 3,000 years, Gua Sha has been used for centuries in medical clinics as well as practicing Gua Sha in the home. 

Gua Sha, often called “the needle-free sister to acupuncture,” is a natural and effective technique that has been indicated for many issues in the entire body.

Gua Sha is a proven practice that will balance the meridians of the body, promoting a more balanced flow of energy to the body, achieving more perfect health.

This incredible “gift” (as they call Gua Sha in Asia), has now been introduced into the United States. Doctors, Massage Therapists, Spas, Healing Centers, the Sports Industry…are now also introducing GUA SHA into their programs.  Individuals are now practicing Gua Sha in the comfort of their own homes as they have been for thousands of years.

Using a pure Jade or Agate Tool, Gua Sha can reduce fine lines and wrinkles….promotes lymphatic drainage….relieves migraine headaches, arthritis, sciatica, back and neck pain and replaces collagen in the body.  This proven technique could be the answer too many cases of chronic pain.

What Can You Expect from Gua Sha?

  • Reduced Anxiety and Stress
  • Increased Flexibility
  • Increase in Delta and Alpha Wave Activity
  • Tone and Lengthens Weak Muscles
  • Decrease in Beta Wave Activity
  • Reduced Keloid Formation
  • Increased Dopamine and Serotonin Levels
  • Increase Mineral Retention in Bone
  • Reduced Feelings of Pain and Depression
  • Better Connective Tissue Healing
  • Reduced Norepinephrine Levels
  • Reduced Cellulite and Surface Dimples
  • Reduced Epihephrine Levels
  • Increased in Lymphatic Circulation
  • Improved Skin Temperature and Condition
  • Reduced Edema
  • Stimulation of Oil Glands
  • Increase in Lymphocyte Count
  • Activation of Sensory Receptors
  • Increase in CD4 Cell and CD4/CD8 Ratio
  • Improved Blood Circulation
  • Reduced Heart and Pulse Rate
  • Stimulation of Acetylcholine and Histamine
  • Increased Red Blood Cell Count
  • Promotion of Metabolic Waste Removal
  • Increased White Cell Blood Count
  • Increased Mood and Self-Esteem
  • Increased Platelet Count