Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) considers the body, the heart and the mind as being one entity. Symptoms are not looked at one by one, but considered as a sum of symptoms expressing a lack of balance. One’s health depends upon many interacting factors being all considered in TCM.

TCM is a wide field covering acupuncture, acupressure, Chinese pharmacopoeia (medicinal plants), Tui Na massage (a dynamic massage), Qi Gong and Tai Chi.


TCM aims to maintain health and prevent sickness. It relieves most of acute and chronic health issues like skin problems, muscle and musculoskeletal disorders, neurological disorders, digestive disorders, respiratory complications, genital tract and hormone disorders as well as some emotional disorders.

I specialize in acupressure, an efficient method to increase and balance life’s energy Qi. When there is enough Qi in the body in a balanced energy flow, the body is in good health and the mind is clear and focused.