In Japanese culture there’s a huge emphasis on mastery You see it in the way people prepare food You see it in the way people do martial arts And you see it in the world of acupuncture Well, I’m back in Japan And I’m back in Asakusa, the temple It’s… Continue Reading Toyohari in Japan – Training with the Blind Acupuncturists

Scientifically when it comes to acupuncture, it’s hard to see the point. Hello everyone, Julian here for DNews. Acupuncture is the practice of pricking skin or tissue with fine needles; it’s usually used for pain relief although it’s claimed to have a plethora of other benefits. The first definitive description… Continue Reading Does Acupuncture Even Work?