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413 883 5174     

lentel13@gmail.com

6650 WEST 44TH AVENUE Wheat Ridge, CO 80033   

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7456 West 5th Avenue Suite 3
Lakewood, CO, 80226
United States

413-883-5174

Welcome to Moving Points Acupuncture and Wellness. Moving points is an office based and mobile acupuncture practice run by licensed acupuncturist Lee Entel Hurter.  Treatments may include different styles of acupuncture, moxibustion, and cupping. Moving Points is dedicated to providing client-centered, trauma-informed, body-positive, and harm-reduction based treatments.

Moving Points is committed to offering treatments to  people who have never received acupuncture before, as well as to seasoned clients. Treatments are available for children and adults and cater to the individual client’s needs and desires.

Needle-less Acupuncture | Acupressure, Cupping, Moxibustion

Are you sensitive to needles and prefer a needle-free acupuncture treatment? I offer gentle acupressure, cupping, ear magnets, moxibustion (moxa), shiatsu, Zero Balancing, herbs, and/or nutrition consults.

 

Needle-less ACupuncture Treatments (Needle-free)

 

I can provide needle-less treatments for clients who are needle-shy or for people (such as young children) who are otherwise sensitive to needles.

Needleless treatments can include acupressure, cupping, ear magnet and seed therapy, shiatsu, shoni-shin, zero balancing, herb/nutrition consultations, and/or moxa.

These treatments are available to anyone upon request, or as indicated during the course of treatment. They can be in the form of my mobile sessions or office treatments in the Denver metro area, including Lakewood, Edgewater, Wheat Ridge, Arvada, and Littleton.

Gentle Japanese Shoni-shin Treatment for Children

Gentle Japanese Shoni-shin Treatment for Children

 
Cups with heat placed

Cupping Technique

Though cupping is not a new therapy, it has gained popularity recently due to its use by professional athletes. Cupping has the ability to alleviate soreness and loosen tight muscles. But it is not just for athletes.

Cupping therapy has been a part of Oriental Medicine for over two centuries. It can be compared to a deep tissue massage. As the acupuncturist applies small cups to the body, a vacuum effect is created between the skin and the cup, drawing fresh blood to the area. The resulting effect is increased blood and lymph circulation, reduced inflammation, and relaxed muscles.

Cupping can be used for many kinds of pain management and other conditions including neck, back, shoulder, and leg pain, fibromyalgia, and more.

 
Pediatric Acupressure
 

Acupressure

Acupressure, considered a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) massage, is a technique that uses similar principles to those of acupuncture. Physical pressure is applied to the same acupuncture points, or acupoints, using the practitioner’s fingers, palms, elbows, or feet, and can also incorporate stretching or acupressure massage. Just like acupuncture, the goal is to clear blockages and increase energy flow in the meridians.

Acupressure is considered a gentle technique, and is a great treatment option for children and infants.

 
Moxa Technique

Moxibustion (AKA Moxa)

A technique used in Traditional Chinese Medicine, moxibustion is a heat therapy technique in which dried plants or herbs called "moxa" are burned, then applied very near the surface of the skin. The goal of moxibustion is to bring warmth and revitalize the flow of energy in the body, and is typically used in combination with acupuncture.