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The Wellbeing Centre Specialises in:

  • Acupuncture

  • Chinese Herbal Medicine

  • Chinese Massage (Tui Na)

  • Remedial Massage

  • Reflexology

  • Dietary advice

  • Qi Gong

  • Tai Chi

  • Tai Chi Sword & Fan

  • Chinese Massage & Acupressure classes

  • Herbal Beauty treatment

         What Is Traditional Chinese Medicine?
         What Is The Theory of Qi
         What Is Five-Element Theory
         What Is Meridian Theory
         What Is Yin/Yang Theory

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Through Traditional Chinese Medicine , we can successfully alleviate long term conditions and cure: 

Colds / Asthma / Bronchitis / Skin disorders / Allergies PMT / Menopause / Impotence / Infertility / Stress / Anxiety / Depression / Digestion / I.B.S. / Diarrhoea / Constipation / Limb & back pain / Sports injuries / Arthritis / Stiff neck / Frozen shoulder / Migraine / Chronic fatigue / Ear, nose, throat, mouth, eye ailments / Stress management / Insomnia / Some forms of paralysis / Weight control ... and more.

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Yesï¼Our practitioners are registered by over 40 private health funds, including MBF, NRMA, MEDIBANK, NIBï¼HCF. You may claim from almost all private health funds for acupuncture and consultation, please check details with us and your health fund company.We also are appointed by Medibank Private as an Member's Choice Provider in Acupuncture

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What Is Traditional Chinese Medicine?

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is an ancient medical system that takes a deep understanding of the laws and patterns of nature and applies them to the human body. TCM is not "New Age," nor is it a patchwork of different healing modalities. TCM is a complete medical system that has been practiced for more than five thousand years.

At the heart of TCM is the tenet that the root cause of illnesses, not their symptoms, must be treated. In modern-day terms, TCM is holistic in its approach; it views every aspect of a person—body, mind, spirit, and emotions—as part of one complete circle rather than loosely connected pieces to be treated individually.

The following is a brief introduction to some of the key terms and concepts in traditional Chinese medicine.
Major TCM Treatment Modalities

Often Western CAM practitioners and their patients or clients derive their understanding of TCM from acupuncture. However, acupuncture is only one of the major treatment modalities of this comprehensive medical system based on the understanding of Qi or vital energy. These major treatment modalities are:

* Qigong: an energy practice, generally encompassing simple movements and postures. Some Qigong systems also emphasize breathing techniques.
* Herbal Therapy: the use of herbal combinations or formulas to strengthen and support organ system function Acupuncture: the insertion of needles in acupoints to help Qi flow smoothly.

* Acupressure: the use of specific hand techniques to help Qi flow smoothly.
* Foods for Healing: the prescription of certain foods for healing based on their energy essences or energy signatures, not nutritional value.
* Chinese Psychology: the understanding of emotions and their relationship to the internal organ systems and their influence on health.


The Theory of Qi
The Theory of Qi

The true foundation of TCM is Qi, which is loosely translated as vital energy. In TCM, Qi is considered to be the force that animates and informs all things. In the human body, Qi flows through meridians, or energy pathways. Twelve major meridians run through the body, and it is over this network that Qi travels through the body and that the body's various organs send messages to one another. For this reason, keeping the meridians clear is imperative for the body's self-regulating actions to occur. Through proper training, people can develop the sensitivity to feel the flow of Qi.


Five-Element Theory
Five-Element Theory

TCM believes that the human body is a microcosm of the Universal macrocosm. Therefore, humans must follow the laws of the Universe to achieve harmony and total health. The Yin/Yang and Five-Element theories are actually observations and descriptions of Universal law, not concepts created by man. In ancient times, practitioners of TCM discovered these complex sets of interrelationships that exist on deep energetic levels below the material surface. Over time, these insights developed into a unified body of wisdom and knowledge—TCM theories—and were applied to a way of life and to healing the human body. Even today TCM practitioners use these essential theories to understand, diagnose and treat health problems.


Meridian Theory

Meridians, or channels, are invisible pathways through which Qi flows that form an energy network that connects all parts of the body, and the body to the universe. TCM understands that our body has twelve major meridians. Each one is related to a specific Organ System. The meridian network links meridians with each other and connects all body structures—skin, tendons, bone, internal organs, cells, atoms. TCM also understands that meridians connect the interior with exterior and the upper body with the lower body. This interlinked, animating network through which Qi flows freely makes the body an organic whole.


Yin/Yang Theory
Yin/Yang Theory

TCM understands that everything is composed of two complementary energies; one energy is yin and the other is yang. They are never separate; one cannot exist without the other. This is the yin/yang principle of interconnectedness and interdependence; it is not oppositional. The intertwined relationship is reflected in the classic black and white yin/yang symbol. No matter how you might try to divide this circle in half, the two sections will always contain both energies. The energies themselves are indivisible. From the TCM perspective, this is Universal law at its simplest and deepest.


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