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An ancient healing art developed in Asia over 2,500 years ago to treat a wide range of health problems, and it is now commonly used in the West. It provides a complement to conventional medicine, and it is used to treat chronic or recurring problems. The aim of acupuncture is to balance the flow of energy “Chi” within the body, which can be disturbed by a variety of factors such as viruses, trauma, diet, lifestyle and emotional problems. Releasing blocked or congested energy creates a healthy functioning of the internal organs, which helps to cure or prevent disease and alleviate pain.

By taking a detailed case history of the patient, it is possible to tailor an individual treatment plan designed to address any imbalances. Research and clinical experience has shown that acupuncture is effective in treating many ailments. The World Health Organization has published a list of diseases that are responsive to acupuncture.

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*NEW* Moxibustion Therapy

Moxibustion is a traditional Chinese medicine therapy which consists of burning dried mugwort (moxa) on particular points on the body. Practitioners use moxa to warm regions and meridian points with the intention of stimulating circulation through the points and inducing a smoother flow of blood and qi. This provides improved energy and sleep. Moxibustion is especially effective in the treatment of chronic problems, immune system disorders, pain, PMS, menopause, and even cancer.

IM 579 Multiple Medium Frequency Stimulator

A system based on Japanese technology and traditional Chinese medical science, and used in major hospitals in Japan, China, Taiwan, Korea and America. It combines cupping, massage and specific frequencies of electromagnetic waves to efficiently increase the basic metabolic rate, and excite the sympathetic nervous system. This in turn helps to release pain, enhance muscular activity and strength, promote blood and energy circulation, and maintain an active and healthy body. Designed with the needle-averse in mind, it complements acupuncture and shiatsu treatments to unlock and redirect energy flow, thus inducing a state of physical, physiological and emotional well-being.


An ancient technique that is thought to have originated some 5,000 years ago in China. The Reflexologist uses the thumbs and fingers to stimulate and massage different reflect points on the feet and hands, which correspond to every muscle, nerve, organ , gland and bone in the body. Pressing on these reflex points helps to break up congestion and relax the nerves. This, in turn, reduces vascular constriction, which helps the blood flows more freely. Reflexology also promotes endorphin release, enhancing one’s sense of well-being.

Shiatsu or Tui Na

Has been practiced for well over 4,000 years, is a traditional medicine therapy that treats the flow of energy in the body. Through the application of massage and manipulation techniques, Shiatsu seeks to establish a more harmonious flow of “Chi” through the meridians, thus allowing the body to heal itself.Shiatsu views the body holistically, according to the principles of Chinese Medicine, with body and mind being regarded as one: what affects the mind will affect the body, and the proper functioning of the body will keep the mind clear and spiritually well.

Shiatsu includes the use of hand, acupressure, and manipulation techniques to treat the soft tissues (muscles and tendons) and musculoskeletal structure (bone-setting), and to increase the flow of “Chi.”

Integrated Energy Therapy (IET)

A compassionate form of energy work that deals with a person’s emotions of the cellular level. Focusing on the electromagnetic energy field of the human body, IET uses light acupressure techniques and universal/divine energy to provide a simple and gentle way to open the flow of “Chi” or “Vital Life Force” within the energy field of the human body. By releasing suppressed feelings from cellular memory and clearing the associated energy blockages which can cause emotional and physical stress, IET promotes and encourages self healing, letting go of the past, achieving goals and moving forward to one’s true life experiences.


A complementary therapy and a non-intrusive technique, which goal is to promote total relaxation and harmony, and to create balance on a physical, emotional, mental and spiritual level. To administer Reiki, the Therapist gently lay his hands on the body of the patient, which helps the patient’s “Chi” energy to circulate, allowing the body to heal itself. Reiki promotes recovery from stress, disease and injury. It can also be used in combination with other techniques as part of a pain-management program.

Chi = Vital Life Force = Energy


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