Many women ask me about Chinese Medicine for Cellulite. I hope by now all of you know that cellulite is NOT fat, it is a break in connective tissue, even the skinniest women can have it, and most women do. So to treat it you have to stimulate cell growth and tissue repair. That is what most expensive cellulite treatments do, they essentially cause injury to the area to stimulate the body’s healing mechanisms in that area, cupping can do this! Also providing more nourishment to your body will facilitate healing, not only through food but in the thoughts you have about your body and other women’s bodies as well. This is not just a “fluffy feel good new age tip’” it is science. It has been proven over and over again that stress causes disease and that is because your thoughts and your cells have a symbiotic relationship. Close your eyes and think of being chased by a shark, did your heart rate go up? So why wouldn’t everything else you think affect your body. You told your body you were being chased by a shark and it believed you, so if you tell your body it is fat and ugly it will also believe you. The quickest way to create a healthy beautiful body is to already believe your body is beautiful and healthy. So if you can’t think nourishing high frequency thoughts about your body, then don’t think of your body at all. It’s much easier said than done and takes a lot of discipline but remember that judging yourself can cause havoc in your body. This is why I love acupuncture so much, Acupuncture can do this for you! because it is a short cut and a way to naturally communicate to your body when you can’t master your thoughts.
Chinese Medicine for Cellulite
About the Author: Dr. A. Heintz
Dr. Ashley Heintz is a diplomat of Oriental Medicine, a licensed acupuncturist in the state of Florida and Nationally Board Certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM.) She earned her Master’s Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Florida College of Integrative Medicine. She moved here from Orlando where she worked at a community acupuncture clinic. Her treatment philosophy is to treat the whole person, addressing all aspects of her patient’s lives. By forming a team with her patients, they are able to bring balance to all areas of the patient's life, physical, mental and spiritual. What makes Dr. Heintz different from many other acupuncturist is her passion for quantum physics. The reason she became an acupuncturist is because it is one of the few professions that makes quantum physics applicable in helping people in a clinical setting. For more on this read the Acupuncture page under services.