Embody is the magazine for Complementary Therapists Association members and they got in touch while I was preparing for my trip to Japan a couple of months ago.
I was due to present at the International Cosmetic Acupuncture Summit in Tokyo in December and one of my main subjects was about Facial Enhancement Acupuncture and its relationship to the Chinese Five Elements. With this in mind, I wrote this piece for Embody’s 2016 Winter edition and you can now view it in full here: Facial Enhancement Acupuncture: Its Relationship to the Chinese Five Elements
As you’ll see, the article looks into cosmetic acupuncture from a Five Element perspective, looking at each of the Chinese Five Elements of Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water in turn.
Paul Adkins Lic.Ac., BA(Hons), FEA, 1st Dan, MBAcC, MCAUK