Acupuncture & TCM Articles
Allan Moffatt B.Sc., B.Acup.
Equine Horse Acupuncture Articles
Allan Moffatt has trained as a human acupuncturist. He has been practising equine acupuncture with traditional Chinese methods for more than twenty years and has a good understanding of the underlying processes involved. He teaches these via his online courses. He is the author of Equine Acupuncture And Acupressure Reference Manual.
Allan has experience with all types of horses. Extensive experience with natural treatments including herbal medicine, flower essences, kinesiology and homeopathics.
For more information about Equine Acupuncture And Acupressure Reference Manual and seminars by Allan Moffatt, please visit his website at www.horse-acupuncture.com
Articles by Allan Moffatt B.Sc., B.Acup.
Acupuncture and Horses
Entering more and more into established scientific knowledge is Traditional Chinese Medicine, which includes acupuncture. This forms a perfect polarity to our modern Western Medicine, and also to Homeopathy. The difference lies in their historical origins. In China over centuries and centuries there was a taboo against cutting up or dissecting dead bodies, and examining them. But this was how modern Western Medicine began in the middle 19th century.
Earth and Horses
The acupuncture points of the horse are points of movement of life-force and life-blood. These then have a reflection in the sacred places and dreaming grounds of Earth.
The horse is considered to have three brains; one in the head, one in the shoulders, one in the hind quarters. (These are the product of the Triple Heaters energy in the Chinese medicine system). When this transfers onto Earth we have the TRINITY levels of Earth’s etheric body, which is nourished by the three angelic levels; solar, galactic and universal.This will apply to all animals.
How To Clear Up Old Scar Tissue In Horses
This really works. And amazingly. It is a technique from the old-fashioned traditions of Chinese Medicine. I have seen it completely clear up the worst scarring, which looked like leather, in two weeks. I am not selling you anything. There is nothing to sell.
How Does Equine Acupuncture Work
Within the body are also flowing airs. As you breath you are making them also ‘breath” and flow. You cannot see them. You cannot cut them and you cannot find them in a dead body. As they flow they irrigate the parts of the physical body that they flow by and have also a effect on the blood flow.
Equine Horse Acupuncture and Acupressure Reference Manual
The approach I have taken here is, to provide a helpful reference for both the professional such as veterinarians, and the beginner, in the Traditional Chinese Medicine approach to the healing of the horse.
The anatomic point locations are in veterinarian terms mostly and the photos are a useful adjunct to this for non-veterinarians.
The Action of the points is described in the traditional Chinese approach to help to provide a bridge for the understanding of that approach and how it provides a real foundation for how acupuncture works, as against the chemical, biological approach of Western Medicine.
MicroCurrent for Horses
(and other vital therapies you should know)
MicroCurrent for Horses (and other vital therapies you should know) is reference book for professionals and horse owners interested in microcurrent therapy. It explores the past and present methods of this amazing therapy as well as many other complimentary therapies. With the addition of the many other therapies you can dramatically improve your results. This book is a real how-to book that reveals what many have paid thousands to learn in courses. The users of this knowledge will be empowered to tackle horse lameness issues with confidence. The reader will learn how to be more proactive in the care of their horses, saving money and down time. Expensive treatments such as shock-wave, joint injections, and surgery may not be the only option. Everyday new users discover how helpful these methods are for tendon, ligaments, hoof problems, body soreness and much more. There are simply too many barns with unsound horses that need not be. Examples of other animals including dogs, cats, and goats benefit from these therapies as well.