Moxabustion (direct or indirect) is a form of heat therapy. The mugwort plant is processed into different forms and these products are smoldered on or over the body. This therapy creates small amounts of smoke, so if you are very sensitive to smoke please let your practitioner know. It may be used along with acupuncture or by itself in a treatment.  

Body Work treatment may include the following types of massage -- Tuina, So Tai, Reiki, and Acupressure.  

Cupping is an old Chinese technique of using glass or plastic cups that are suctioned to the body. The suction is created when a flame is placed into the upside-down cup and then quickly removed as the cup is placed onto the body. Cupping can be used for many symptoms that range from coughing to tight muscles. 

Check out this link on Cupping for Olympic Athletes:  http://time.com/4443581/michael-phelps-cupping-olympics/

Gua Sha is a traditional Chinese medical treatment in which the skin is scraped to produce light bruising. Practitioners believe gua sha releases unhealthy elements from injured areas and stimulates blood flow and healing.