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Our mission at HunYuan Health is to provide our patients with an integrated and holistic approach to healing. Our treatments combine Acupuncture, Massage, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Tai-Chi, Qi-Gong and Tui Na.

Martin Deng is a Tai-chi & Qi-gong master, registered TCM practitioner and is a member of the Federation of Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Societies of Australia Ltd (FCMA).

 

Qi-gong

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Traditional Chinese Medicine includes four primary methods of treatment; herbal therapy, remedial massage, acupuncture and food therapy. In addition, it encompasses the remedial exercises of Qi-gong and Tai-chi.

Hunyuan Tai-chi

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While designed for both health and self-defense, Tai-chi Qi-gong gives priority to the internal. While alternating movements with stillness, stillness is emphasised, and while simultaneously training the internal and the external, priority is given to the internal.

Consultation

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Individual wellness consultations are available in the Clinic Monday to Saturday. 

Taiji and Qigong classes are held early morning, late afternoon and weekends or by appointment. Advanced booking is essential.

Chinese Herbal Therapy

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In Chinese Medicine, diseases are often treated with herbs. Chinese Herbal Therapy relies on natural ingredients to help you regain balance in your body and strengthen your body's resistance to disease. Herbs are prescribed to restore energy balance to the opposing forces of energy - Yin and Yang - that run through the meridien system.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture

Like Chinese herbal therapy, acupuncture can address unhealthy body patterns that manifest in a variety of symptoms and complaints. The aim of acupuncture is to bring balance and harmony to the body's energy system and internal organs to bring about balance and increase resistance to disease.

Remedial Massage

Massage Therapy

Hunyuan Acupuncture & Massage is founded on the principles of traditional practice to restore balance and stimulate the flow of qi (chi).  Qi is the free flow of vital energy circulating through the body and the world around us, if the qi is disrupted or disturbed, it can create stagnation (blockages) or imbalances in the body.

Moxibustion

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Moxibustion is a traditional Chinese medicine therapy which consists of burning dried mugwort on particular meridien points on the body. The intention is to warm and invigorate the flow of Qi in the body and dispel certain pathogenic influences...

Cupping Therapy

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Cupping Therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which heated cups are placed on your skin for a few minutes  to remove stagnation and stimulate the flow of qi (chi). Cupping therapy may help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being as well as a type of deep-tissue massage...

Food Therapy

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When foods cause disease it is called a food injury. A poor diet can cause stress on our digestive function leading to fatigue, disease or poor emotional regulation.  
When we use food we consume to support the digestive system and organs, this is referred to as Food Therapy.

 

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