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Traditional Chinese Medicine – natural methods for health

 Who can benefit from Chinese medicine methods?

Anyone who wishes to improve their health using natural methods, elaborated by clinicians and practiced for several thousands of years. Such long experience resulted in creating a highly effective medical system.

Chinese medicine sees a human being in a holistic way, as a body-and-mind entity, but moreover, considers every person to be intrinsically linked with his or her environment. The condition of our bodies depends on the state of our minds, and vice versa. Similarly, the different organs inside our bodies, not only cooperate, but depend on one another. Our health depends on our mental condition (which includes emotions, stress, experiences), as well as on the environment in which we live, the quality of our food, eating habits, our lifestyle etc.

The aim of Chinese Medicine when dealing with health issues is to bring the body and the mind back to their natural balance.

Apart from hereditary diseases and unhealthy lifestyle, most illnesses find their source in stress or emotions. Each person has different sensitivity and resistance to external and internal factors generating stress emotions, and the impact that these factors have on our bodies also depends on the individual. Therefore, bringing harmony and peace of mind is crucial to recovery.

What kinds of problems can be treated?

- pain, stress, headaches, insomnia, depression, chronic fatigue
- colds, flu, poor appetite, lack of energy, allergies
- spine, muscles, joints, sciatica, numbness
- menstrual problems, fertility, hormonal imbalances
- digestive problems
- diabetes, obesity, hypertension, high blood circulation
- problems of psychological and spiritual nature

What methods do we use?

acupressure, moxibustion, acupuncture, cupping, tuina, dietary, ancient health exercises, qigong, life coaching

Where to find us?

Warsaw, Aleja Niepodległości 132/136

Appointments – by phone only (mobile): +48 608 355 100

 

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