Needle-free acupuncture is one of many healing methods adopted and refined by renowned TCM practitioner Steven “Doc” Blackstone. Its origins lie in the esoteric practice of Japanese Toyohari Style. In their endeavor for perfection the Japanese took over 2,500 years of acupuncture tradition from Chinese teachings and literature and turned it into a powerful, yet gentle art. They accomplished the feat within a span of less than 400 years.
People don a quizzical look when they hear the term “needle-free acupuncture”. The general populous associates acupuncture with needles. Doc has honed his skills to a point where he can keenly examine the movement of energy for diagnostic purposes. Likewise, he can expertly guide it throughout the body with the intention of healing- without need of traditional instruments.
The average acupuncturist would have a person lie in an isolated room for a specific amount of time while acupuncture needles placed in certain areas of the body attenuate the movement of energy without any direct guidance. Multiple patients at a time are handled in this fashion. I liken the situation to leaving a pot on the stove unattended.
The optimal application of needle-free acupuncture methods requires more time in direct contact with the patient than Chinese acupuncture methods. Doc Blackstone focuses on one person at a time and customizes therapy sessions to best suit the needs of the individual. As the body gravitates to a renewed level of wellness each therapy session changes accordingly.
Expertise in Traditional Chinese Medicine and extensive knowledge of other healing modalities led to the evolution of a cohesive new practice- Sacred Healing Tree. The healing model includes techniques and theories that extend beyond ancient Chinese and Japanese healing traditions. Sacred Healing Tree therapy embraces knowledge of medical concepts and technology that was not available to practitioners in ancient times. The cornerstone ideals and strategies have been meticulously revised over the course of the last 30+ years. Only the most powerful and effective healing methods throughout history remain intact.
The versatility of Doc’s particular brand of acupuncture is truly remarkable. It can be used to address a wide range of conditions, both physical and emotional. The list of rare and complicated disorders is exhaustive. Here are just a few examples of illnesses commonly treated by Doc Blackstone.
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Coronary artery disease
High blood pressure
The list of rare diseases Doc has successfully treated in the past is impressive. Here are a few examples.
Idiopathic aplastic anemia
Transient ischemic attacks