Our philosophy is to optimize the health of our clients, through our holistic approach. We focus on the needs of the individual and plan a tailored programme for each client. Therapy may include one or more of the services we provide according to the client’s needs and wishes.
We aim to assist clients participate in maximizing their health and wellbeing potential, by providing the information and advice in line with their lifestyle and needs.
We provide natural holistic complementary therapies, such as a Traditional Chinese medicine, which includes acupuncture, Cupping, Chinese herbal Therapy and various therapeutic massages.
(These complement traditional medicine is in no way meant to replace conventional medicine).
It is one of the oldest methods of treatment, originated from ancient China, practice of using fine needles on specific points on the body to clear blocked channels of energy (Qi). Because it is believed illness occurs when flow of Qi is impeded as a result of imbalance of Yin and Yang in the system of the body and mind.
Acupuncture has been shown to be effective in helping a wide range of conditions, particularly pain related illnesses, such as arthritis, migraine, backache, sciatica, and also asthma, hypertension, menopausal symptoms, insomnia, as well as skin disorders, gastrointestinal disorder, and so on.
Chinese Herbal Therapy
Chinese Herbal Therapy shares the same underlying theories and principles with acupuncture.
Chinese herbal therapy takes a holistic approach to understanding normal function and disease processes individually. Frequently people with similar conditions may be provided with different herbal remedies according to the presentation of signs and symptoms.
Herbal medicine uses mostly plants, such as the leaves, roots, stems, flowers or seeds. we don’t use either any animal products or endangered species.
Chinese herbal therapy may also be used to assist with general health maintenance and improvement by strengthening and enhancing normal body functions in order to promote physical, mental and emotional sense of well-being.
Cupping therapy is in which cups are placed on the skin to create localised suction. The suction of the cups expands the blood vessels at the surface of the skin and causes the skin to rise and redden. The cups are generally left in place for five to 10 minutes. Drawing up the skin is believed to open up the skin’s pores, which helps to stimulate flow of blood, balances and realigns the flow of qi, and creates a way for toxins from stagnated blood to be drawn out of the body. Cupping is considered relatively safe, however, it can cause some marking, swelling and bruising on the skin. These bruises are usually painless, and disappear within a few days of treatment.
Massage is the simplest form of therapy to induce health and wellbeing and also has had a positive effect on every medical condition we've looked at.
(Tiffany Field, Ph.D, Director, Touch Research Institute, University of Miami)