MindFlow Bodywork Explained

Posted on Nov 15, 2017 in Blog

Have you ever been so engrossed in a physical or intellectual activity that a few hours seem to have blissfully flashed by in just a few minutes? This phenomenon is often likened to getting a “runner’s high” or being “in the zone.” The technical psychological term for this is being in the flow state. You […]

Meridians Superimposed

Posted on Nov 15, 2017 in Acupressure, Blog

Whereas “meridians” on a map of the earth represent circles of constant longitudes connecting a given place on the surface of the earth to the terrestrial poles, meridians in Chinese medicine are pathways on the human body along which the vital energy, Chi, is purported to flow. Though there are individual differences in the exact […]

Mind, Body & the Stuff In-Between

Posted on Nov 15, 2017 in Blog

You exist in this world on multiple levels, concrete and energetic. The mind-body distinction has become more and more fuzzy as science has demonstrated over time that your “mind” is actually embedded within and operates throughout your entire physical structure, not just in your head. The traditional view that your body is composed of inert […]

SUGI and Injae Choe recommended by VOGUE UK

Posted on Apr 10, 2012 in Acupressure

This article was originally published in Vogue Online Magazine. The day before leaving for NY after a Vogue shoot, one of our number hurt her back and all the muscles in her shoulder went into spasm. Luckily über photographer Pamela Hanson hooked her up with the best ever pair of hands… Injae Choe practices Acupressure […]

Alive and Well in New York City – Free Health Fair

Posted on Jul 18, 2011 in Blog, Past Events

Several health practitioners including Injae Choe gathered for a lively engagement with drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and discussions on a variety of health modalities. Holistic health care providers were on-hand to offer information, sample their services, and to provide answers about natural health and fitness. The date was set for July 24 2011 at the at […]

Sugi Acupressure is a Good Modality for Kids

Posted on Jul 8, 2011 in Acupressure, Blog, Featured

Written by Injae Choe, Ph.D., LMT Thanks to its versatile and non-invasive characteristics, Sugi acupressure is a particularly suitable alternative medical modality gentle enough for infants, toddlers and adolescents alike. And since the human brain and the rest of the neural and spinal system continue to develop well beyond puberty, Sugi could promote the healthy […]

Office Warming Party at Sugi Acupressure in NYC

Posted on Jun 7, 2011 in Blog, Past Events

I want to extend a “thank you” to all of the clients, friends & colleagues who attended our “Office-Warming” party on May 19th, 2011. We enjoyed light refreshments including Asian dumplings and vegetarian sushi as well as a short presentation/demo on what Sugi Acupressure is all about – to help people restore and maintain their […]

PROMOTIONAL COUPON 50% off Acupressure

Posted on May 23, 2011 in Blog, Featured

Bring this COUPON to your next visit to Sugi Acupressure and get an instant 50% discount off a treatment of any length (40 minutes, 60 minutes, or 80 minutes). Simply download the coupon, print it out, fill it in, and bring it with you to your next session.

Sugi Acupressure

Posted on May 2, 2011 in Blog, Featured

SUGI therapeutic bodywork is appropriate for addressing many common health issues.  From alleviating lower back pain to boosting the immune system, Sugi offers a natural, non-invasive, and soothing modality of bodywork.  It harnesses the healing power inherent in our hands and offers excellent preventive measures. As a special Eastern style of “acupressure,” Sugi focuses on […]

Acupressure Appeal and Some Caveats in Today’s Context

Posted on May 2, 2011 in Acupressure, Blog, Featured

Written by Injae Choe, Ph.D., LMT In the current wave of excitement surrounding alternative medicine within mainstream America, many people could readily become filled with hope and passion upon their first encounter with eastern-style acupressure. Similar to the practice of acupuncture, but relying on manual pressure rather than needles (let’s face it, many people are […]