Welcome to The Best Holistic Acupuncture Clinic in Scottsdale Arizona. 

Yin & Yang Harmony

YinYang 2All life is born and living in harmony of Yin and Yang energies. It is water and heat in the human body.

When Yin-Yang energy is harmonized in the body, hands and feet feel warm, the brain is cool and abundant saliva in the mouth. 

This is the healthy state where the mind becomes less stressed, the body is flexible and the immune power is strong enough to keep disease at bay.

When Yin-Yang energy is dis-harmonized in the body, hands and feet feel cold, the brain overheats and the mouth is dry. These are symptoms of the unhealthy state where the mind gets stressed, the body is stiff, and the immune system weak. 

In our clinic, we use the traditional Korean Yin-Yang five elements acupuncture method and Qigong to adjust the energy balance of the human body’s five organs to maximize the natural healing power.
Also, our clinic pursue to health body and peaceful mind through the harmony of the human body, emotion and spirit.

Check Yin & Yang harmony in your body. 

Hot head and cold feet – imbalance

  • hotheadcoldfeet lUnhealthy State
  • Dry mouth & feel thirst
  • Dry skin
  • Tightened muscles and joints
  • Cold abdomen & indigestion
  • Constipation
  • Tired and uncomfortable
  • Stress and racing thoughts
  • Insomnia, depression
  • Weak stamina
  • Weak immune power
  • These conditions lessen your quality of life and result in an unhealthy life style. If you experience any of them, you need to begin taking care of yourself.

Cool head and warm feet – balance

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  • Healthy State
  • Abundant saliva in the mouth
  • Healthy moist skin
  • Flexible muscles & joints
  • Calm and less stressed
  • Warm abdomen
  • Good digestion
  • Regular bowel movements
  • Strong stamina
  • Peace and Joy
  • Strong immune power
  • If you experience these conditions, you have a healthy life style that you must maintain.

Cool Head Warm Feet is the Principle of Health and Peace. Master this simple principle to manage stress and energy for a healthier, happier and increasingly peaceful life.

HNJ Healing Clinic located in Scottsdale, Arizona 85260 helps you master the art of keeping a cool head and warm feet with our unique Breath Qigong Yoga, acupuncture, chiropractic and healing services. You get freedom from stress, anxiety and suffering.

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HNJ Healing Clinic provides Acupuncture, Breath Qigong and Holistic Healing services in Phoenix and Scottsdale Arizona since 2006. A Holistic Healer is waiting for heal your soul through heal your body. If you are looking for a good acupuncturist and holistic exercise for your health and peace, please feel free to contact us today. You will be satisfied with our services. Also, a good chiropractor joined us who works Energy (Qi) Healing via Applied Kinesiology in 2016

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