Why is menopause treated like a disease, when it’s really a natural life process? It is a normal physiological cycle that occurs in all women.

Are you suddenly experiencing:

  • Hot flashes?
  • Night Sweats?
  • Mood Swings?
  • Weight Gain?
  • Headaches?
  • Low Energy?
  • Insomnia
  • Unpleasant Menstral Symptoms?

Is There a Treatment That Can Lessen the Symptoms?

Conventional medical treatments only address various symptoms associated with menopause, like those mentioned above.

The symptoms you are experiencing are part of deeper imbalances.

Generally these deep imbalances within the body have been occurring for years but with the arrival of menopause they manifest as uncomfortable symptoms.

Acupressure, reflexology and health recovery chips can help turn the imbalances deep within the body back into a balanced state of wellness.








A Woman’s Natural Process and Initiation:

Menopause is the sign of a significant change within a woman’s body and life.  It symbolizes a new chapter – a new beginning – a time when a woman can fully integrate her past experience, let go of what doesn’t help her any longer and start a fresh, new, empowering life.

This change happens on a deep physiologically chemical level.  This chemical change is recognized as a natural process.

Estrogen is similar to what traditional Chinese medicine calls “Jing Qi”.  Jing can be roughly translated as “essence”.  Jing Qi is like a gift that is given to all of us at conception.  It is the battery that provides us with basic energy to power all our life functions.  When Jing Qi is abundant, our ability to adapt to disease, illness and stress is optimal.

As we age, our supply of Jing Qi is slowly depleted.  Generally Jing Qi naturally begins to decline between the ages of 35 and 60.  People, who have a more active life, tend to drain it faster than others.

Chinese medicine encourages a harmonious transition with the decrease of Jing Qi.  What this means is that our external lifestyle should match our internal state of energy.

If your Jing Qi is decreasing and you are putting a lot of energy into your work, family and exercise regimes, then you will be encouraging a faster depletion of Jing Qi.  The result of this depletion will be an internal imbalance within your organ systems.

This imbalance can lead to a variety of symptoms:

  • Graying of Hair
  • Loss of Libido
  • Weakness of Knees
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Urinary Difficulty
  • Poor Memory
  • Fatigue
  • Vaginal Dryness
  • Backache

Balancing Yin and Yang:

On top of Jing Qi depletion, there is yet another factor that can contribute to an unpleasant menopause. This is the imbalance between yin and yang energies in the body.

Yin can be viewed as the cooling system of the body while Yang can be viewed as the heating system. Often, in menopausal women, there is a decrease of Yin, the cooling system which causes the heating system to naturally rise.

This results in:

  • Night Sweats
  • Restlessness
  • Hot Flashes
  • Mood Swings
  • Heart Palpitations
  • Insomnia

Sometimes the cause is a decline of Yang in the body. Yang also represents the metabolic functions of the body, in which case your symptoms may be:

  • Water Retention
  • Cold Hands and Feet
  • Weight Gain
  • Edema
  • Indigestion
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Raised Cholesterol Levels
  • Low Energy

Our treatments are a NEEDLE-FREE, SAFE, NATURAL, DRUG-FREE and EFFECTIVE way to address menopausal symptoms.

Our treatments strengthen the healing energies of Jing Qi, Yin and Yang.

By providing the body with the building blocks to nourish, heal and balance itself, our treatments can help your menopausal transition to be smooth.



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