Traditional Chinese Medicine has
its origin in ancient Taoist philosophy which views a person as an energy system in which body and mind are unified, each
influencing and balancing the other. Unlike allopathic medicine which attempts to isolate and separate a disease from a person,
Chinese Medicine emphasizes a holistic approach that treats the whole person. Yin Yang theory is the prinsiple through out
the body balancing process. Many people have found Traditional Chinese methods of healing to be excellent tools for maintaining
optimum health and preventing illness.
Chinese Body Work Packaging
One hour Chinese Body Work sessions, which can include any combination of the below,
depending on your individual needs. Health Fund Rebates are Available.
- Traditional Chinese Medicine Consultation
- Cupping, a form of acupuncture using small glass or bamboo cups over acupressure points
Massage, deep tissue, therapeutic pressure point massage
- InfraRed massage using a hand held InfraRed massage device
(Extra charge for serious problems)
- Therapeutic Facial, Scalp and Abdominal magnetic field therapy
of $95 /hr includes any of the above, in any combination that you require.
Other Services Available within this One
Hour of Chinese Body Work in additional charge of $10 - $30
Hot Stone Therapy
Jade Massage Bed
Extra for Take Home Chinese Herbs and other products
The success of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is
largely in its approach to seeing the body as a whole picture, not just treating the area that is causing you trouble. TCM
is beneficial for a wide range of diseases and ailments; however you do not need to have a specific illness to be treated.
The strength of Traditional Chinese Medicine is its ability to bring the body into balance, boosting your immune system and
preventing diseases whilst promoting a feeling of good health.
Herbal medicine has a long history in the Orient. The
first Chinese material, the Shen-Nung Herbal Classic, was begun during the Stone Age and completed in the later part of the
5th century B.C., from which some important formulas originated.
In this herbal classic, herbs are categorized into
three groups. The first group is called food herbs; which are eaten as part of ones diet for general fortification, prevention
and maintenance. The other two groups are called medicinal herbs which are dispensed to each patient as an individual formula
based on ones constitution, environment and medical condition.
Medicinal herbal therapy works in concert with acupuncture
by providing the nourishing support for the energetic re-programming and re-balancing efforts of acupuncture.