Traditional Chinese Medicine Treatments and Martial Arts
Using disposable needles certain points on the body are stimulated to increase circulation, reduce inflammation and calm the body and mind which balances the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system, this in turn brings about a healing response .
Chinese dietary therapy is based on the basic principle of eating a more balance diet according to one's own constitution and is a complex practice that identifies and treats the underlying patterns of imbalance. The key to creating an optimal diet is to understand that there is no single best diet for everyone. Our rates of metabolism are different, the climates that we live in vary, and our physical activity levels differ. Furthermore, we all have different health patterns.
Private lessons in self defense methods are available. Many patients have jobs in which they feel a need to learn some self defense methods and also to share with their children for bully prevention.Inquire with Dan Regan for any questions on self defense classes
A diagnosis is given according to T.C.M diagnostic methods and an herbal formula is suggested in which will bring about a healing response . Many herbal formulas are available for both internal illness and external injuries. We suggest you see an Acupuncturist for your herbal formulas as they have extensive training in herbal medicine
TAI JI QUAN- ( TAI CHI )
Taiji Quan (Tai Chi Chuan) is a form of moving meditation which gently exercises the body, the energy flow, and the mind, and can be used for health, longevity, mental relaxation, and spiritual development. Taiji Quan aims at balancing the mind and body, increasing blood and energy circulation and increasing flexibility. By keeping your joints moving and increasing circulation with this gentle exercise you can avoid many common ailments .
Martial Arts Certification
We have Martial Arts courses available for those who want to become certified Instructors in the future. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication but is well wroth it! For more info on our Martial Arts courses please refer to
Tui Na Massage
The term tui na (pronounced "twee naw"), which literally means "pinch and pull," refers to a wide range of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) therapeutic massage and body work. Tui na is not generally used for relaxation, but rather as a treatment to address sports injuries and specific internal patterns of disharmony.
Sports Injury Treatment
Traditional Chinese Medicine has a long history of treating martial arts and sports injury ailments. Their are various methods of external herbs, internal herbs, acupuncture, stretching and tui- na, which have been shown speed up the healing time and get you back on the field or in the ring as soon as possible.
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