There are many different styles of Acupuncture that are practiced today. While Acupuncture originated in China approximately 3,000 years ago, the practice spread over the Asian continent and developed its own regional adaptations. Each of these Acupuncture styles differs in their theory and practice.
Master Tung became famous due to his ability to achieve rapid results with few needles. While many of the points used by Master Tung were on acupuncture meridians, they were not the standard points used by most acupuncturists.
Master Tung Style Acupuncture
Master Tung’s Acupuncture was originally a closely guarded oral tradition that was exclusively passed down within the Tung family. Master Tung Ching-Chang broke this tradition and accepted his first disciple outside the family in 1962 in Taipei, Taiwan, over 48 years ago.
Since then, Master Tung’s system has gained a tremendous amount of momentum and popularity. It is currently one of the most sought after and highly esteemed schools of acupuncture, characterized by its simplicity, ease of use, and great clinical efficacy.
Master Tung’s Magic Points with Susan Johnson L.Ac.
Susan Johnson has been studying Chinese Medicine since 1982. She is a well known teacher of Master Tung’s Magic Points, a potent system of acupuncture handed down as a treasured family secret for generations and made public by Master Tung Ching Chang.
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