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Traditional Chinese Medicine

TCM is a completely different paradigm from Western thinking about health, but it is still a very logical one. Good health means the ability to make the most of life. We believe that there are vital energies that keep us alive and healthy. Diseases are caused by energies that are insufficiently or poorly circulated and by the accumulation of toxins.


Acupuncture is an ancient healing method of inserting very thin needles into specific points on the body to activate Qi energy. The flow of Qi can be obstructed by several factors, e.g. emotions, poor diet, too much work, trauma, stress, etc. Acupuncture restores the natural flow of Qi and brings the body back to an overall balance.

Chinese herbs

Chinese herbal medicine is one of the largest herbal systems in the world, with an unbroken tradition dating back to the 3rd century BC.

Herbs consist of leaves, stems, bark, roots or seeds. Each of them has a very unique effect (action). When judiciously combined, they perform a variety of tasks and help restore the body's overall balance.

Dietary advice

In traditional Chinese medicine, traditionally "healthy" food is very different from the modern recommendations we hear on TV or read in magazines. Nutrition according to Chinese medicine is based on energy principles and promotes balance, cleansing of toxins and a well-functioning, disease-free body that is full of energy.

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