I decided on the name ThinkQi as the theory of Qi permeates the three modalities that I incorporate into my work; Acupuncture, Qigong and Qi Healing. I hope the name inspires you to find out more about Qi and how understanding Qi and connecting with your Qi can bring you better health and happiness.
Qi means 'LIFEFORCE' or 'VITAL ENERGY'
Qi is what makes you tick.
Qi is the most natural medicine there is.
Acupuncture, Qigong and Qi Healing all work on balancing and improving the Flow, the Quality and the Quantity of life force energy (Qi) throughout your whole body. Qi manifests in and flows through your skin, muscles, bones, nerves, through your digestive, respiratory and cardiovascular systems, through your lymph, endocrine and reproductive systems and through your brain and mind. The state of your Qi has a big impact on your state of mind and how you feel. Treatments can help lift the spirits and help you feel vital, clear headed and deeply connected with yourself in a positive way.
Whether you are suffering from a physical and painful musculo-skeletal problem, an injury, a chronic health condition, or from emotional or mental problems such as stress, anxiety or insomnia, the problem always lies in an imbalance of your Qi.
Numerous research studies and trials, along with the personal experience of millions of people around the world has meant a rapid expansion of Chinese Medicine across the globe. Qi based medicines are integrating more and more with the West as their many benefits and effects are being explored, experienced and embraced.
Many doctors and health practitioners are now recommending Qi therapies to their patients and clients. Acupuncture, Qigong and Yuan Ming Medicine can all be practiced as stand alone therapies or in combination with each other. They can also be used alongside western medical treatments, osteopathy, physiotherapy or other alternative treatments.
If you are struggling with a particular health issue, why not try something new?