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Masters Treatments& Therapies


 Ba Guan (拔罐 – pronounced Pah-Kwan) or Cupping therapy is a traditional therapy in which a vacuum is created by fire in glass or bamboo cups which are placed on your back. In traditional Chinese Medical Treatment .


Ba Guan therapy creates a vacuum helping to dispel stagnant blood and lymphatic fluids, thereby improving the flow of essential energy or Qi (气).


 Tui Na (推拿 – pronounced Twee Nah) is a traditional bodywork therapy that has been used in China for 2,000 years.


Tui Na uses the traditional Chinese medical theory of the flow of essential energy or Qi (气) through the meridians as its basic therapeutic orientation.


Through the application of massage and manipulation techniques Tui Na seeks to establish a more harmonious flow of Qi through the system of channels and collateral's, allowing the body the naturally heal itself.

 Gua Sha (刮痧 – pronounced Kwa-Sha) therapy is a traditional therapy in which a lubricating medium, such as massage oil, is applied to the skin of the area to be treated.


A smooth-edged instrument is used by the therapist to apply short or long strokes on the skin, typically in the area of pain or on the back parallel to the spine.


Gua Sha removes blood stagnation considered pathogenic, promoting normal blood circulation, improved circulation of essential energy or Qi (气) and metabolic processes.

 Moxibustion (艾灸 – pronounced Ai Jiu) is a traditional therapy that involves the burning of a small bundle of tightly bound herbs, or moxa, to targeted acupoints of the body.


The heat generated during moxibustion helps increase the flow of essential energy or Qi (气) throughout the body via the meridians. In traditional Chinese medical theory, stimulating the flow of Qi is essential to achieving health and wellness.

 Huo Long (火龙 – pronounce Hwo-Loong) or thermotherapy is a traditional therapy that originates from Tibet.


Huo Long therapy combines traditional Chinese medical meridian theory with Moxibustion therapy to enhance the efficacy of these therapies.


Through intermediate direct contact with heat, pores and acupoints can be swiftly opened up providing for immediate improvement in circulation of essential energy or Qi (气) and inducing the Yin and Yang balance of the body.


Ear Candle is a natural system which derives from an ancient Chinese Tradition.


This simple and safe method causes a warming effect to enter the outer ear canal where it softens and loosens old and hardened ear wax, helping to break up wax so that it can excrete naturally.


The treatment process enables the warmth to gently massage the ear,nose and throat so that the sinuses can be relieved.

Ear Candle treatment is a relaxing and soothing experience. An interesting "cracking" sound can be heard as the candle is burning. Each candle may take 6-8 minutes to burn down to the flame-breaking ring, where the candle is then removed and extinguished.

Chinese Herb Tratments

Chinese herbal medicine. Shaolin Treatments & Theropies- use of medicinal substances—primarily plants, but also some minerals and animal products.

Different parts of plants, such as the leaves, roots, stems, flowers, and seeds, are used.

In TCM & Shaolin, herbs are often combined in formulas and given such as


Linements  Liquid extracts, Dit Da Jows, or Creams. all are used externally to ad healing of injuries ect.

Teas , Soups , Tonic Wines.


Chi Gong - Acupressure, Massage, Bodywork

THERAPEUTIC QIGONG -Individual Sessions In coordination with your physician, or other health care providers.

Shifu Shi De Xue designs qigong healing exercises and meditations to address your specific concerns. Healing sessions may also include External Qi Healing, in which the client lies, fully clothed, on a massage table or chair .

Shif Shi De Xue applies his hands on the client's body and assesses the health and balance of qi. Specific therapeutic passes are used to increase energy, disperse stagnation, or reduce pain.

Sessions are fifty minutes in length. Typically they include 30-40 minutes of qigong instruction and 10-20 minutes of external qi treatment. Although many clients report improvement after one session, a series of three or more is usually advised .

During the treatment the client will be fully clothed and will be lying comfortably on a massage table. The treatment involves manual manipulation of the muscles, gentle stretching techniques and manipulation of acupressure points in the body.

This helps to bring the energy flow in the body back into harmony and helps to correct any imbalances the client may present with.


Myofascial Sports Injury Cupping is a form of remedial massage treatment combining and using Myofascial Release Therapy and Trigger Point Therapy.


How does it work?

Using silicone cups, they are placed on the skin, creating a slightly pressurised seal drawing up superficial muscle into the cup stimulating the circulation of blood, breaking up adhesion’s, and creating a pathway for toxins to be drawn out of the body through the lymphatic system.

Myofascial Cupping is being widely used in athletic training, physical therapy, and remedial massage therapy clinics.

It was recently used in the 2016 Rio Olympic games for pre- and post-competition recovery and detoxification.

It is used specifically to decompress adhesion’s and scar tissue, relax muscles in spasm, decrease trigger point pain, and decrease tissue changes and inflammation following trauma.


Cumulative treatments increase muscle endurance, circulation, increase lymphatic drainage and enhances overall ability to recover from workouts and strenuous activity.


Myofascial Cupping uses cups specifically used for ‘dragging’ or ‘gliding’. A special massage oil is placed on the skin first and the cups are gently moved across the skin, usually along meridians or fascia / muscle planes.



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