Ayurveda, Acupuncture and Meridian Therapy

The definition of Traditional Medicine includes Traditional Oriental, Indian Ayurveda and various forms of Indigenous Medicine. TM therapies include natural medication remedies that make use of herbal medicines, animal parts and / or minerals and non-medication therapies that are carried out primarily without the use of drugs, as in the case of Acupuncture needling, manual therapies and metaphysical therapies. In countries where the dominant health care system is based on main-stream medicine, or where TM has not been incorporated into the national health care system, Traditional Medicine is often termed TM “Complementary” or “Alternative” Medicine.


Ayurveda is a vibrant living system of natural health care, which continues to flourish in spite of modern healing systems. This ancient art of healing is considered to be a complete system of Natural Medicine Health Care which utilizes an extensive guide to longevity and a healthy way of life. Considered to be the oldest existing medicine, it addresses the mind body connection, and may be used as an Alternative healing therapy for modern ailments.


Rejuvenation and Revitalization is at the heart of Ayurveda. It is an excellent path to good health because. Ayurveda System of healing eliminates toxins, enhances the immune system and increases vitality. At the physical level it rejuvenates the senses and vital organs, healing the entire body; whereas on the mental plane it instills new energy, releases stress, provides relaxation and gives a wonderful feeling of wellness.


Ayurveda practice regards physical existence, mental existence and personality as a unit, with each element being able to influence the others; this holistic approach is used during diagnosis and treatment and is a fundamental principle. Ayurvedic anatomy states that there are channels which transport fluids, and that the channels can be opened up by massage treatment using oils and fomentation. Unhealthy channels are thought to cause disease type conditions.  


Panchakarma, Yoga, Lifestyle and diet Coaching, Herbal remedies and Meditation are employed in Ayurveda Healing.


Acupuncture treatment is a main element of Traditional Chinese Medicine, which is a comprehensive system of treatment characterized by its own theoretical basis and practical experience. T.C.M. includes herbal medicine, the use of Moxabustion and the non-medication therapeutics of Tuina massage. Owing to its unique paradigm and remarkable efficacy with fewer adverse effects, this system of medicine has been attracting more and more interest.


Acupuncture stimulates and regulates the neurotransmitters found in skin and muscle, and can produce a variety of healing effects by releasing the body's natural pain relievers - endorphins and serotonin in the pain pathways of both the spinal cord and the brain thus modifying the way pain signals are received.


Acupuncture improves health and a sense of well-being after treatment! It has been in use in Asia for more than 3,000 years. Most patients will benefit from an acupuncture treatment. Pain may disappear completely and symptoms may improve significantly.


Acupuncture is used primarily to relieve:

  • Back / Neck / Shoulder / Knee / Hip pain

  • Addiction withdrawal / Drug / Alcohol dependency

  • Headaches & Migraine / Dizziness & Vertigo

  • Joint pain / Arthritis / Trigeminal Neuralgia

  • PMS / Menopause / Anxiety/ Depression/ Stress

  • Sinusitis / Hay fever / Asthma / Insomnia / Edema

  • Nausea / Irritable bowel / Heartburn / Colitis


Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture is a very safe treatment option for patients experiencing various disorders. Most find the sessions relaxing and often fall asleep during treatment. Treatments are normally given at weekly intervals, needling session last for 45 minutes for duration of 5-8 treatments. Chronic conditions may require more treatments to resolve.


Meridian Therapy


The body has meridians which form the single energy system and maintain the health and balance of the organism. The Meridians are channels of vital energy, Prana, Qi or vita vapor that circulates throughout the body and keep it in harmony.  Eastern philosophy of healing believes that illness or pain occur when the channels become blocked, the energy flow is disrupted and the body’s harmony is broken.


Kanpō is a Japanese traditional Healing system that employs the use of meridian massage and herbal Therapy. Shiatsu massage evolved from Kanpō into a modern method of healing that works to strengthen the body’s own natural healing abilities by correcting imbalances and clearing out the accumulated toxins. This non-invasive therapy can boost the immune system and may be enjoyed by people of all ages and conditions.


Meridian massage is like having acupuncture without needles and involves the use of finger pressure. During a treatment, the practitioner applies firm, focused pressure to stimulate or arrest the flow of vital energy (Qi) along the channels.


At the heart of this Asian therapy lies alternating stimulating and sedative pressures on the body. The subtle charm of the therapy lies in these opposite functions, which works to strengthen the body’s own natural healing abilities by correcting imbalances clearing out the accumulated toxins. This non-invasive therapy can boost the immune system and may be enjoyed by people of all ages and conditions, including the elderly, children and pregnant women.


Consult your Primary Health Care Practitioner before beginning manual therapy, acupuncture, taking herbal medicines, changing your diet or taking any remedies, as well ongoing visit with your family physician is mandatory through your consultations, especially if you are pregnant, breast-feeding or regularly taking prescribed medicines.