RAKxa Integrative Wellness is celebrating the Chinese New Year through Traditional Chinese Medicine which aims to promote long-term wellness that extends beyond physical health by addressing the root cause of imbalances rather than treating specific symptoms. Traditional Chinese Medicine uses a variety of healing methods centred around its key concept of energy flow or ‘qi’ to
RAKxa Integrative Wellness is celebrating the Chinese New Year through Traditional Chinese Medicine which aims to promote long-term wellness that extends beyond physical health by addressing the root cause of imbalances rather than treating specific symptoms.
Traditional Chinese Medicine uses a variety of healing methods centred around its key concept of energy flow or ‘qi’ to treat individuals as a whole—the same way RAKxa synergises different therapies to create comprehensive programmes that will lead a journey to longevity. By integrating Traditional Chinese Medicine with other healing methods, RAKxa effectively reestablishes balance, elevating longevity beyond single therapies. Traditional Chinese Medicine doctors diagnose imbalance by observing various signs the body is sending, primarily through appearance, pulse, tongue and eyes.
At RAKxa, the sign of imbalance will be investigated further using scientific diagnostics and lab investigations. Urine Organic Profile can determine the efficiency of metabolisms and gut ecosystems when experiencing fatigue and bloating due to spleen qi deficiency. Checking cortisol levels in Hormone Panel may scientifically confirm whether stuck in the stress cycle or not. These test results will provide in-depth information to help select and personalise treatments according to specific conditions.
Focusing on individual rebalance and the interconnectedness among major organs and body elements, Traditional Chinese Medicine seeks to improve ‘qui’ or vital flow and adjust the out-of-balance elements through treatments and nutrition. For enhanced effectiveness, other healing methods are used in combination to complement and optimise the benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine including:
For Purification – Chi Nei Tsang + Colon Hydrotherapy
A more balanced and harmonious state for both the body and mind is achieved through cleansed and enhanced gut health. Focusing on the abdominal area or the ‘second brain’, Chi Nei Tsang increases bowel movement with abdominal massage to help move waste through the colon and relax internal organs. The benefits of Chi Nei Tsang are amplified by science-based Colon Hydrotherapy which further aids in flushing out toxins accumulating in the colon.
For Detoxification – Acupuncture + IV Liver Detox
For more efficient organ detoxification, acupuncture and IV Liver Detox are integrated to help with issues that indicate the need for deep cleansing and qi rebalancing. Acupuncture restores qi flow with thin needle insertion along meridian channels to unblock and nourish liver qi. IV Liver Detox therapy amplifies the organ’s capabilities for better natural detoxification by enriching the liver with antioxidants and micronutrients.
For Rejuvenation – Cupping + Whole Body Light
When the body has an efficient healing process, cells are rejuvenated better. Traditional Chinese Medicine cupping can help the body heal more efficiently by improving circulation and removing blockage with suction on specific points or areas. This process also helps release toxins from deep tissues, facilitating the elimination of waste products from cells. Marks or bruises from cupping can be addressed with Whole Body Light therapy which not only improves the body’s response to minimal inflammation, but also supports the natural healing process.
For Restoration – Deep Tissue Massage + Acupuncture
For enhanced qi flow, Deep Tissue Massage is added to relieve body tension and muscle stiffness by employing therapeutic touch concentrating on the deeper layers of the muscles. Acupuncture is added to deactivate the trigger points more deeply and specifically, particularly in areas where massage may not be practical. Acupuncture can also be performed in specific areas to speed up the self-healing process.
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