Tung’s acupuncture, using Master’s Tung’s acupuncture points, is a potent and revered system of acupuncture characterized by minimal needles and near-instant results. The technique was developed in 1953 and was a family secret for generations until Master Tung shared the knowledge with a few pupils. Now it is widely known for its success and internationally sought after.

Ideal for

  • Chronic pain
  • Fatigue
  • Stress and relaxation
  • Sleeping problems
  • Gut health


While rooted in traditional acupuncture, Tung’s approach is able to harness the power of acupuncture in a more efficient way, producing results in a faster time. Most needles are placed away from the points of pain, typically at the extremities, and work to “push” and “pull” energy lines for stronger effects.

Each session takes approximately 40 minutes.

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