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Chinese Medicine is based on pattern discrimination (a description of the signs and symptoms coupled with other methods of observation), which leads to an individualised treatment The practitioner thus goes beyond the patient’s presentation and additionally focuses on whole body constitution and well-being. Find out more.
Reflexology, Remedial, Sports & Relaxation Massage, Reiki and Energy Balancing, Cupping, Gua Sha, Reiki & Wellbeing Coaching All treatments are personally tailored to your needs here at Body Mind Heart & Soul Harmony Servicing people of all ages in Wonga Park, Croydon, Ringwood, Chirnside Park, Mooroolbark, Croydon North, Warrandyte, Kilsyth and Croydon Hills area. Find out more.
Enlightening Body, Mind & SpiritMassage, Meditation, Reconnective Healing, Vibrational Healing, Energetic Healing, Spiritual Healing, Psychic Readings, TCM, Hypnotherapy, Counselling, Bowen, Shiatsu, Craniosacral Therapy, Homeopathy, Naturopathy, Reflexology, Acupuncture, Japanese Needle Therapy, Reiki, Kinesiology,Theta Healing, Pranic Healing, Sound Healing, Yoga Therapy, Clairvoyance, Neuro Linguistic Programming, Cupping, Ear Candling and more. Find out more.
Daniel Smit is a dual qualified Physiotherapist and Chinese Medicine Practitioner By having this unique combination Daniel uses a combination of Western and Eastern approaches to create the most suitable and targeted treatment plan for your individual needs. Find out more.
Rebalance Chinese Medicine - offers Traditional Chinese Medical treatment in a relaxing environment Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a comprehensive system of healing developed over thousands of years It incorporates the use of acupuncture, massage, cupping, herbs, moxibustion, exercise and dietary advice to promote the healing of disease and alleviation of pain. Find out more.
If you have seen pictures of celebs, sporting stars or the average person in the street with strange circular marks on their skin, they have more than likely had a Chinese therapy known as cupping.
If you have ever been to see an acupuncturist, chances are that they have included a technique called cupping in your treatment, depending on what your complaint was.