Oriental Nutritional Medicine (ONM) is a field of specialized study incorporating a holistic approach to nutritional practice based on a blend of philosophical, spiritual, and traditional healing frameworks. For example, migraines, high cholesterol, coeliac disease, asthma, diabetes, hypertension, eczema, osteoporosis, and low libido, are all a product of poor diet, emotional disturbance, and damaging lifestyle. In other words, it takes more than knowledge of the chemical properties of foods to know how to use food as medicine.
ONM provides a knowledge base that makes it possible to harness the healing properties of foods from an energetic perspective. Similar to the theory and practice of Herbal Medicine, ONM can be applied to treat Western disease states using a diagnostic and treatment protocol that differentiates disease patterns according to the 8 principal patterns and their relationship to the organ systems. In addition, ONM adheres strictly to its roots in the classical teachings of Li Gao – the 11th Century Master physician and his suggestion that care and maintenance of the Spleen (the organ responsible for transformational processes in Chinese Medicine) is the primary source of healing potential.
Practitioners of Oriental Psychology (OP) manage the process of transformation as patients move from a state of upheaval to a whole person dynamic equilibrium. This may involve identifying and evaluating emotional causes and cures, pathological disturbances and abnormalities of Spirit, the relationship between Yang spirits and Yin elements, and the application of specific practices for cultivating a healthy mind and body.
OP is the cornerstone of restoring equilibrium on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels. For the patient, this comes down to taking care of 5 very important aspects of living: the first involves discovering your vision and giving it some direction; the second relates to learning how to settle down; the third governs the cultivation of the ability to manifest and transform your vision into reality; the fourth incorporates the development of your sense faculties, and the fifth concerns the recovery of vitality and drive.
With the stress of modern life, spa treatments have become more than just occasional pampering, they are a requisite for looking and feeling great.
The unique spa system uses cutting edge, patent-pending technology to smooth the appearance of lines and wrinkles, rejuvenate your complexion, and renovate your body.
The rejuvenating treatment gels work with the face conductor to draw out dulling debris and allow pores to breathe while delivering beneficial nutrients that focus on cellular energy and facilitate recovery from stress. The revolutionary age locking ingredient blend also helps to slow the visible signs of aging at their source on the surface of your skin. Your skin will look visibly younger and feel vibrant and revitalized.
Biomesotherapy is a safe and efficient technique used to stimulate the natural self-healing capacities of your body. In simple terms, a sterile saline solution is injected into acupuncture points or muscles to stimulate deeper organ systems.
Oral homeopathic medicines are given simultaneously which focus upon the organ or tissue requiring treatment. The needles are fine (like acupuncture) and inserted into a self-loading device. Many of the products are formulated to relax muscle tension as well as normalize nervous system imbalance.
Another important area of Biomesotherapy is detoxification. Accumulated toxins alter the immune system’s response to stimuli often resulting in inflammation, which causes pain and discomfort. Biomesotherapy eliminates toxins and more than one treatment is usually necessary.
The Bowen Technique is a cross-fiber muscle release technique that balances and stimulates energy flows, resulting in a deep sense of overall relaxation. There are regular pauses between the series of gentle moves to give the body the required time to allow the body to reset and heal itself.
The healing is not considered massage but rather a non-invasive muscle release technique consisting of a series of gentle cross fiber moves that have long term benefits so long as the injury or pain is not reaggravated. Bowen Technique strives to find the origin of a problem and is therefore very effective for muscular-skeletal problems, including ankle, knee, lower back, and neck pain.
Parents or carers may be concerned with the behavior of their child either at home or at school. Children often develop unhelpful ways of thinking and behaving as a result of troubling experiences and sometimes they just need someone else to listen as strong emotions are released.
Unlike adults, children do not need to be counseled for endless periods of time. Some of the main concerns for them, however, are: starting school; toilet issues; reluctance to go to school; split parenting issues; aggression; withdrawal; and other social issues.