Acupuncture for children without needles
This particularly gentle Japanese acupuncture technique focuses on specific needs of infants. It is non-invasive as it does not use needles without causing pain.
Shônishin is quite suitable for infants. Particularly in the first months, soft tapping is very important for the emotional well-being of babies. The vitality and the overall development of the infant are gently enhanced.
In Germany the practice of Shônishin is still quite unknown. In contrast, in Japan, its country of origin, this art of healing, especially for babies and children, holds a significant medical and social status.