Acupuncture Treatment Demo for Low Energy and Stress Relief Therapy

Acupuncture Treatment Demo for Low Energy and Stress Relief Therapy Chrissie Natoli has a Masters of Science degree in Oriental Medicine and is a licensed acupuncturist. In this free video she demonstrates an acupuncture treatment to help increase energy levels and to relieve and manage stress. She describes the different acupuncture points, what these points do and how you can massage these at home. Chrissie practices in Austin, Texas and can be reached on her website below. Visits the Chrissie’s Website at; www.chrissieslittlehealingspace.com This video was produced by Psychetruth http www.twitter.com www.facebook.com www.myspace.com © Copyright 2011 Target Public Media LLC. All Rights Reserved. Acupuncture treatment demonstration demo low energy “low energy” sleepy tired stress management relief therapy “acupuncture treatment” “acupuncture therapy” “acupuncture demo” medicine manage “acupuncture points” points
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25 Responses to “Acupuncture Treatment Demo for Low Energy and Stress Relief Therapy”

  1. Hairy belly button..

  2. shes a little cute and the fact that she knows her skill is also sexy.
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    I am not a ugly guy lol.

  3. Great skills! Keep uploading these awesome videos!!

  4. This could be because her client is a woman and Chrissie is accommodating her massage to her clients. It might also have to do with alternative Chinese medicine and the yin-yang division -:)

  5. Yes ofcourse I never said there wasnt, im just saying she has never ever said anything is a masculine channel apparently like 70% of the body she has shown so far is a “feminine channel”

  6. No, she isn’t sexist. It’s just that there are two sexes by nature regardless how much our ultramodern culture insists on blurring the differences.

  7. Well said! 

  8. DeadlyChinchilla Reply April 29, 2012 at 6:11 am

    It may be shocking, but some people aren’t obsessed with ripping out all their hair all the time. Typically women who aren’t trying to look like pre-pubescent girls.

  9. Hi! I just wanted to ask…Is there an acupuncture treatment to help improve your memory? :)

  10. tynayja mccormick Reply April 29, 2012 at 7:50 am

    her bellybutton is so hairy @ 4:51

  11. I think she’s kind of sexist, she says everything that means anything “is a very feminine channel” or “its a very feminine this”

  12. Grosss hair aye.

  13. is this a spam message?

    i seen this EXACT same message on another one of these videos months ago with the exact same comma’s and full stops ect.

  14. a nice way to say stomach hair.

  15. never said it was, im just correcting this person i dont care what they call it in actupuncture their basicly just renaming something and making its definition wrong.

    the original words are ying and yang a term to describe good and evil and the balance they form with each other.

  16. it is actually called yong in acupuncture, and it has nothing to do with good or evil.

  17. Oh man……we need more videos from her- ASAP.

  18. Chrissie’s shyness is adorably sweet -:) I hope her LittleHealingPlace is her own practice, owned by her. She seems to be doing really well; she is knowledgeable, caring; just watching her and listening to her is relaxing. Good luck with her career.

  19. the lady on the table has a happy trail if anybody noticed

  20. its yanG and its good and evil.

  21. she is camera shy^^

  22. The house of spine totally sounds like an evil ninja dojo in a kung-fu movie.

  23. I’m terrible at public speaking. So are you, and it showed. If you get so obviously flustered and embarrassed by talking to a video camera that you can’t look it in the ‘eye’ consistently, you’ve got some confidence issues to work on. The first couple minutes were almost painful to watch, there were so many nervous ticks. We’ve all been there, but it makes you look unprofessional, especially when it’s something you could correct because you’re not speaking live.

  24. screw you guys I think she’s great. and pretty.

  25. She looks like Creed from The Office!