The ancient knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) focuses on the flow of energy within the body.

It is used to treat a broad spectrum of medical conditions. By different ways of applying pressure and stimulation, different meridian points are activated. At the beginning of each session the personal physical status and individual medical needs will be investigated to define the strategy for the acupressure session throughout the process. 

Here some example of what can be addressed with Traditional Chinese Medicine:

  • Acute or chronical pain
  • chronic fatigue
  • Sleeping problems,
  • Menstruation problems & cramps
  • Frequent colds,
  • Skin diseases
  • Digestive issues
  • Allergies
  • Migraines

Meridian Therapy has many similarities with shiatsu, as with the help of no-needle,  but  with acupressure, moxa (warming of acupoints), cupping, massage, disbalances can be supported and helped to realign.

How does  Meridian therapy work? read more

Photo on the left side: the Chinese character for Qi
It is composed of two radicals: “vapor, steam or gas” and (uncooked) “rice” or grain.

I’m a certified Traditional Chinese Medicine therapist