Chinese Acupuncture has become something of a buzz word in the US as well. There have been a number of products developed in the US to provide what Chinese Acupuncture South Kensington practitioners call “Ming Shi”, or white silk. Some of these include “Qi Power”, “Celix”, and “Shaolin Secrets”. All of these treatments are designed to deliver what Chinese Acupuncture South Kensington practitioners call “Wu Deng” or vigor to the body – a concept that ties into popular culture, where people are encouraged to keep their bodies and minds in the best physical condition possible.
A Growing Business in the UK
Chinese Acupuncture has been growing in popularity in the UK over the last ten years and its growth has been particularly notable over the past few months. In July Chinese Acupuncture resurfaced in the news after a report by the BBC’s Panorama program. The report focused on the use of acupuncture in treating high blood pressure, but the treatment was also claimed to be effective in treating an array of ailments. Chinese Acupuncture is a form of alternative medicine that relies on the belief that energy or qi flows through channels in the body. Many of its supposed effects are based on traditional Chinese beliefs about how the flow of qi through channels will cause the body to react in certain ways.
Chinese Acupuncture South Kensington is not currently offering treatment but the demand is high. Many of its clients are new to traditional Chinese medicine and are taking advantage of the treatment offered by the studio. Other clients are from the US and are looking for an “accurate” form of Chinese Acupuncture, something that does not require them to undergo painful and expensive treatments in China. Either way, the demand for such treatments has been steadily increasing in the UK, making Chinese Acupuncture South Kensington a booming business. The demand for treatment is likely to continue to increase, as Chinese Acupuncture becomes more familiar in the UK.