By: Tanya Keam Wellness - Acupuncture & Holistic Health  15-Jan-2014
Keywords: Anxiety, Relaxation, Wellness

Reiki can be applied to anyone for any reason and is always helpful as your higher intelligence knows exactly where to go and how to respond to restrictions in the flow of energy within you. Tanya generally practices Reiki within her Chinese medicine practice as Reiki is based on the same energetic system. However, Reiki alone as a treatment can be given. Flower essences can also be beneficial to the treatment when emotional imbalance may be at the present. What happens in a Reiki healing? The practitioner acts as a channel for the higher universal energy to pass through them to the person receiving. This is done by placing their hands lightly on specific areas of the body, either in a seated or lying down, fully clothed position. It is not the practitioner "healing" the person but the universal energy connecting with the person receiving, to respond to imbalances so that their energy can flow freely. How might you feel after a Reiki session? You may feel calm and peaceful, with an inner sense of balance and positivity, or even relief from a disharmony that was previously going on such as a pain in the body. Sometimes sensations and emotions can arise during or after the session where you may feel vulnerable or emotional, this is natural and your energy will respond appropriately and positively.

Keywords: Anxiety, Balance, Healthy Lifestyle, Healthy Living, Relaxation, Wellness

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Moxibustion, Cupping and Gua Sha

Moxibustion is applied to warm and stimulate the point/needle and can also be used in larger areas on the body to help promote blood flow, thus increasing the healing of damaged tissues. Generally administered within most of Tanya's acupuncture treatments. Cupping and Gua Sha are Chinese medicine techniques used to assist in musculoskeletal conditions, digestive health, moving lymphatic fluids and circulation. They are generally administered alongside acupuncture and massage therapy.


Chinese medicine and Acupuncture

Tanya has a Bachelor of Health Science Acupuncture degree and hospital training in China, with lectures presented by doctors at the Guangxi TCM University. This gave Tanya further insight and experience in to the traditional and modern ways of the medicine.


Herbal and flower medicine

Chinese herbs are used to treat disease and enhance your well being to bring you back into optimal health. Herbs are administered alongside your acupuncture treatment and dietary and lifestyle changes if they are needed. They can be used for health concerns such as fatigue, digestive disorders, immune support, mood, gynaecological disorders, hormonal imbalance and stress. Flower essences support the emotional and mental well being of a person.