The Genki Centre
1 Arundel St
Glebe NSW 2037
Servicing area: Glebe, New South Wales
Winnie specializes in Instant Pain Relief, Gastrointestinal disorders, Chronic conditions, Sculpt and Lift Facials (no needles) and Energy Rebalancing.
Oriental Health and Wellbeing
Acupuncture is a major part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) which is becoming increasingly popular around the world as an effective form of treatment for a wide range of acute and chronic conditions, some of which present real challenges to modern medicine.
Acupressure is a non-needling technique in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
It involves the application of pressure on acupoints and meridians. Acupressure is highly effective as a treatment and as preventative health care.
Gua Sha (Scraping) Massage
Gua Sha Massage is one of the best-kept secrets of East Asian medicine. For many centuries, this ancient Chinese healing technique has been widely used in China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia and other parts of Asia, but it is little known in the West.
It is safe and effective as a treatment for a wide range of health problems and is also popular as part of a health maintenance program.
Cupping is a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) treatment which has been practised for thousands of years. It stimulates the flow of Qi and blood.
Cupping has gained increasing popularity in recent years, thanks to celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Moss and Gerri Halliwell who turned up at red carpet functions with cupping marks on their back and raved about its amazing results. Grant Hackett, Brett Hawke and other Australian Olympic swimming team members were seen around the swimming pool spotting similar red welts
Moxabustion is a heat therapy within Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
In the Yin and Yang theory, Yin is mainly represented by water - cold and still. Yang is represented by fire - warm and active. Yin and Yang are interdependent. When TCM refers to imbalance that causes illness, it means the imbalance of Yin and Yang.
Chinese Herbal Medicine'
Chinese herbal medicine has been around for thousands of years and is an important part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
It can be used on its own or combined with other TCM treatments.
The ultimate aim of TCM is to restore the balance of Yin and Yang in our body. Chinese herbal medicine is widely used as treatment and as health maintenance. You will find that many of the herbs are used in everyday Chinese cooking. TCM believes that ‘medicine and food come from the same source’.
Imagine leaving the clinic looking radiant, feeling energized, your skin glows, your eyes and cheeks are lifted, your face looks visibly firmer, and you've just had the most relaxing facial you've ever had, you literally feel like you've been transported to another zone after the one hour treatment.
Not available anywhere else in Australia, this all-natural Lifting Facial is more than a facial. It's an instant transformation.
Winnie graduated from the Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine where she studied Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture for five and a half years.
Winnie grew up in a family environment where Chinese herbal medicine and TCM health maintenance practices were part of everyday life. She developed a keen interest in traditional Chinese culture and natural health from a very young age.
Winnie was trained in Australia and China where she has studied under renowned masters in Acupuncture, Gua Sha (scraping), Chinese herbs and TCM pulse diagnosis.
She adopts a combination of traditional as well as newly developed TCM practices in her treatment to help her clients with a vast array of conditions.
Advanced Diploma - Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Certificate: Internal Medicine and Acupuncture - Guangzhou, China,
Certificate: Internal Medicine, Acupuncture and Gynaecology - Nanchang, China.