April 21, 2018
Overweight and Obesity in chinese medicine perspective

Overweight and Obesity (Part 2)

In “Overweight and Obesity (Part 1)”, we see that obesity, reaching epidemic proportions, is associated with a range of health conditions. We examine the causation from Western medicine perspective and the current treatments of obesity, to find that pharmacotherapy plays a main role in clinical treatment for obesity but is insufficient to meet the current challenge.
April 9, 2018
Overweight and Obesity

Overweight and Obesity (Part 1)

Overweight and obesity refer to abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that may impair health. To manage your weight, start by checking your status with BMI (Body Mass Index)—the weight in kilograms divided by the square of the height in metres (kg/m2).
November 18, 2017

How does Qigong move toxin out of your body and mind?

Clearing the toxins out of your body and mind is as important as brushing your teeth. If you don’t brush your teeth everyday then stains build up. If you don’t detox your body then toxin builds up. Toxin in the body can deplete your vitality and darken your sense of wellbeing.
June 25, 2017
acupuncture treatment for infants and children

Shōnishin — Holistic treatment for infants and children

Shōnishin (from Japanese shōni = little child, shin = needling) is a non-invasive method of acupuncture, which was developed in Japan for pediatric treatment around 100 years ago.
June 14, 2017
Qigong instructor Balwyn

Ba Duan Jin Qigong (Eight Silken Movements)

Qigong is a health cultivating practice originated in from ancient China. Qi is a Chinese character word that refers to the vital energy circulating inside the body. Gong in Chinese refers to “skill” that comes from disciplined practice.
April 28, 2017
Treatment of period pain with acupuncture Balwyn Victoria

Treatment of Period Pain with Acupuncture

Treatment of Period Pain with Acupuncture Period pain, a common problem associated with menstruation, affects 50% of women and 90% of adolescent girls. Contrary to general belief, Traditional Chinese Medicine understands that period pain is NOT a natural part of menstruation. Period pain is generally […]