Yin & Yang

Already the ancient Chinese were of the opinion that every living thing should be balanced by two opposing forces of energy called Yin and Yang. Together they make up an energy stream or life force – known as Qi (face), which flows through the body through invisible channels called meridians. Half of the body is managed by Yin and the other half by Yang.

When Yin and Yang are out of balance, this will lead to Qi blockage and the resulting illness.

Traditional chinese medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) contains a series of medical practices that originated in China, where it began to develop thousands of years ago. TCM is committed to addressing health issues and addressing the root causes of the disease. The main principle is a holistic approach to understanding the body, which establishes the overall psychophysical state and health balance.

Service & therapy

Acupuncture is a method based on the treatment of needles at acupuncture points. The name is derived from the Latin words “aku” (needle) and “punger” (bent). The method is an important part of Chinese medicine and is considered one of the oldest forms of treatment. Acupuncture as a technique to balance the flow of energy or vital life force – known as Qi (face), to flow through paths (meridians) in the body. Acupuncture is safe. The FDA regulates the equipment and requires practitioners to use each needle only once. You should see your acupuncturist take each individual needle out of a sterile pack. Clean needles make sure that more serious side effects, such as HIV infection or hepatitis B, do not occur.

Gua sha is part of traditional Chinese medicine. It’s called scraping in English. This is a method of rubbing the back skin with a smooth object to improve circulation. The technique increases the flow of blood with short movements that stimulate microcirculation of the soft tissue. It is often used to relieve muscle aches and pains, reduce inflammation and gain energy (called Qi). There will usually be mild bruising and irritation of the treated areas.

Auriculotherapy (also auricular therapy, ear acupuncture and auriculoacupuncture) has the same therapeutic principles as acupuncture, but focuses only on the ear, which reflects the whole body. It is a stimulation of the reflex atrium of the zone so that the stimulus affects the part of the body that interests us. Conditions that affect a patient’s physical, mental or emotional health.

Tui-na is a physical treatment by promoting acupuncture points through the meridional system and improving vital life force (Qi). The practitioner can brush, bend, swing, press and rub areas between joints. The technique helps to treat acute and chronic musculoskeletal disorders. It is based on the theory of unbalanced qi that causes blockage and leads to symptoms such as headache and muscle pain.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a method based on the treatment of needles at acupuncture points. The name is derived from the Latin words “aku” (needle) and “punger” (bent). The method is an important part of Chinese medicine and is considered one of the oldest forms of treatment. Acupuncture as a technique to balance the flow of energy or vital life force – known as Qi (face), to flow through paths (meridians) in the body. Acupuncture is safe. The FDA regulates the equipment and requires practitioners to use each needle only once. You should see your acupuncturist take each individual needle out of a sterile pack. Clean needles make sure that more serious side effects, such as HIV infection or hepatitis B, do not occur.

Gua sha

Gua sha is part of traditional Chinese medicine. It’s called scraping in English. This is a method of rubbing the back skin with a smooth object to improve circulation. The technique increases the flow of blood with short movements that stimulate microcirculation of the soft tissue. It is often used to relieve muscle aches and pains, reduce inflammation and gain energy (called Qi). There will usually be mild bruising and irritation of the treated areas.

Auricolo therapy

Auriculotherapy (also auricular therapy, ear acupuncture and auriculoacupuncture) has the same therapeutic principles as acupuncture, but focuses only on the ear, which reflects the whole body. It is a stimulation of the reflex atrium of the zone so that the stimulus affects the part of the body that interests us. Conditions that affect a patient’s physical, mental or emotional health.

Tui-na

Tui-na is a physical treatment by promoting acupuncture points through the meridional system and improving vital life force (Qi). The practitioner can brush, bend, swing, press and rub areas between joints. The technique helps to treat acute and chronic musculoskeletal disorders. It is based on the theory of unbalanced qi that causes blockage and leads to symptoms such as headache and muscle pain.

It is a therapeutic method that involves applying heat by stimulating a range of body points to cure disorders or diseases and to achieve a balance of physiological functions. Moxa therapy is also used in combination with acupuncture, which can increase the healing effect.

The method is based on heating and subsequently cooling the air in the cup to create a partial vacuum. Leave the cup in place for between 5 and 15 minutes. The technique is similar to depth massage suction and decompression. It increases blood flow and helps relieve pain, respiratory problems and skin problems. There will usually be mild bruising and irritation of the treated areas.

The Chinese herbal medicine is mostly from natural plants and some include minerals or animal products. TKM’s philosophy proposes that organs be composed of five elements: wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. Herbs are classified in sour, bitter, sweet, hot and salty, which corresponds to five elements. For example, the liver represents Yin, so it will be treated with acidic herbs.

Cosmetic acupuncture accelerates the circulation of energy and blood in the face and the production of collagen for increased muscle tone and elasticity. This restores luster and vitality. Treatment involves inserting disposable needles into acupuncture points on the face.

Moxa

It is a therapeutic method that involves applying heat by stimulating a range of body points to cure disorders or diseases and to achieve a balance of physiological functions. Moxa therapy is also used in combination with acupuncture, which can increase the healing effect.

Cupping

The method is based on heating and subsequently cooling the air in the cup to create a partial vacuum. Leave the cup in place for between 5 and 15 minutes. The technique is similar to depth massage suction and decompression. It increases blood flow and helps relieve pain, respiratory problems and skin problems. There will usually be mild bruising and irritation of the treated areas.

Chinese medicine

The Chinese herbal medicine is mostly from natural plants and some include minerals or animal products. TKM’s philosophy proposes that organs be composed of five elements: wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. Herbs are classified in sour, bitter, sweet, hot and salty, which corresponds to five elements. For example, the liver represents Yin, so it will be treated with acidic herbs.

Cosmetic acupuncture

Cosmetic acupuncture accelerates the circulation of energy and blood in the face and the production of collagen for increased muscle tone and elasticity. This restores luster and vitality. Treatment involves inserting disposable needles into acupuncture points on the face.