Consultation & Diagnosis
An initial consultation may take 15-30 minutes and consists of a personal examination and diagnosis with our highly qualified professional practitioner.
Acupuncture

One of the most successfull therapies in complementary medicine. Acupuncture is a healing method using fine sterile disposable needles to stimulate channels of energy. This affects a change in the balance of the body, stimulates its healing power and works to restore health.

Cupping Therapy 
A partial vacuum is created applying suction using a glass cup, stimulating the area being treated by increasing blood circulation. Cupping therapy can be used to treat sprains, soft -tissue injuries , muscular pain and to help relieve fluid from the lungsin in chronic bronchitis.
Moxibustion 

In moxibustion, a medicinal stickof herbs is used to warm energy point of the body in order to enhance circulation and improve the flow of Qi through the body's meridians .

Ear Candle Therapy

Is a relaxing and soothing experience to soften and clear ear wax, dry out fluid, smooth and reduce irritation in ears. Also de stress, treat headaches, insomnia, hay fever and tinnitus and maintain well being.

 Accupressure              Medical Massage

Accupressure is Chinese medical massage. Using manipulative movements and varying degrees of pressure, imbalance in the body are corrected and pain relief / harmony in the body's system are achieved.

Reflexology

Part of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chinese Reflexology is the ancient art of working pressure points on the feet, hands and ears that correspond to different parts of the body. Early evidence of Chinese Reflexology dates back to the 2nd century BC. Chinese reflexology is to stimulate elimination, improve circulation and support the immune system. it restores the body’s equilibrium of yin and yang, encourages healing and strengthens the body. It is a powerful treatment that is much more than just a foot massage!

Tui Na Deep Tissue Chinese Massage

Tui Na, (pronounced “twee na”) is a deep tissue Chinese massage, and is a fundamental part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), along with Acupuncture, Acupressure, Chinese Herbs, Cupping, Moxibustion, Tai Chi and Qi Gong. Tui Na is used in many hospitals in China as the first and only choice of healthcare.

Tui Na (which literally means push and grab) incorporates the TCM theory that injury or disease causes blockages in the channels of the body.  Blockages cause pain.

Thai Massage

This form of bodywork is often performed on the floor, and the client wears comfortable clothes that allow for movement. No oils are used in Thai massage

Chinese herbs

Like acupuncture, Chinese herbs are also an important therapy, although they have been largely unexplored outside China until this decade. There are over 300 Chinese herbs in common use. They are said to regulate the internal organs and immune systems. They also greatly assist with helping illness such as eczema & stress. Herbal treatments include: dry herbs taken as tea or powder.