As our world turns to a global network, many people are finding more health resources at a distance. A lot of therapists have been developing methods of distance healing for their patients. Since acupuncture is energy medicine, it is ideal for just this sort of thing. Acupuncture uses the needle to focus qi/energy in the qi network of the body. As the ancients knew, and as physics has verified, all of the universe is nothing more than particles and waves of energy, appearing to be solid objects. And none of us can dispute the force of gravity, which is invisible in all ways but the scale and planetary movement.

The sun is 93 million miles away. And it can literally cook an egg on the pavement with nothing but photons. This is similar to how distance healing works. Distance doesn’t lessen the power of energy! Acupuncture is all about movement of qi. Therefore, it is very easy for an acupuncturist to do their craft over any distance, as long as the patient is ready and in a receptive state.

The beauty of virtual acupuncture is you can lie down at home on a couch or a bed and relax. Meanwhile, your acupuncturist performs the session in their office or anywhere that is conducive to privacy. After the session, there is no need to get up and drive home. In fact, I frequently sign off quietly and let people soak in the results in their own time. And the results are excellent. Sometimes the distance session goes even deeper than an in-person visit.

So whether you are living in a remote region or staying home due to covid, acupuncture is still available to you.

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About Rachel Strass

Dr. Rachel S. Strass, DOM, LAc, Dipl OM (NCCAOM) is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine and a licensed acupuncturist (LAc). She also completed the National Diplomate of Oriental Medicine from the NCCAOM (Dipl OM, NCCAOM) and holds two Master degrees: Acupuncture (MAc) and Oriental Medicine (MOM).

2 Comments

  1. Your Cousin Mitch on November 6, 2020 at 10:41 pm

    You RoCk

    • Rachel Strass on November 7, 2020 at 4:40 pm

      Thanks Mitch!

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