Health Treatments

In Chinese philosophy it is believed that the Universe energy chi comes from nature, food and our spirit and everything in it is composed of vital energy or Chi that swirls in and around every living thing, building and space. Pain, dysfunction, disease and bad luck are all the result of energy imbalances and can be overcome by restoring balance between the complementary yet opposing expressions of Chi known as Yin and Yang.
Here at Chisense our approach is to determine the cause of these imbalances rather than just treating the symptoms. Our aim is to create balance and wholeness but we realise that no single discipline will provide total mental and physical health
and fitness and so we have combined the following services to allow the innate potential for the complete health of our clients to begin to unfold.
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The Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) model is more concerned with function, which varies from the Western anatomical model which divides the physical body into parts.
The TCM spleen is not a specific piece of flesh, but an aspect of function related to transformation and transportation within the body, and of the mental functions of thinking and studying.
TCM believes that the human body is a small universe with a set of complete and sophisticated interconnected systems, which usually work in balance to maintain the healthy functions of the human body.
The balance of yin and yang is considered with respect to qi (“Chi” – “breath”, “life force”, or “spiritual energy”), blood, jing (“kidney essence” or “semen”), other bodily fluids, the five elements, emotions, and the soul or spirit (shen). TCM has a unique model of the body, notably concerned with the meridian system.

The below methods are considered as part of the Chinese medicine treatment:

* Chinese herbal medicine
* Acupuncture – Moxibustion, Cupping,Gua Sha
* Tui Na (Acupressure) – TuiNa healing massage therapy
* Chinese food therapy
* AuriculotherapyAuriculotherapy comes under the heading of Acupuncture and Moxibustion
* FengShui
* TCM consultation
* Reflexology for face, hands, feet, back
* Qigong and related breathing and meditation exercise,TaiJiChuan