Who are we?
Exodus 15:22- 27 ” Moses sent Israel out of the Red Sea. They went to the wilderness of Shur, and after three days of walking in the desert, they found no water… They came to Elim, where there were twelve springs of water and seventy palm trees. They camped there by the water.”
Health is an expression of balance and harmony. We consider the body as a set of organ systems and offer a holistic approach to treatment. We consider the body to be a complete energy system with the ability to heal itself when consciousness is focused. By using the different methods of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), we can bring the body back into a state of balance.
We want to be the bridge that will make you discover traditional Chinese medicine so that you can benefit from a millennial medical practice, energy and well-being. Our mission is to restore your health by harmonizing and energizing your body through an integrated and natural method. We do our best to provide you with the best quality of care in traditional Chinese medicine.
Our Mission Statement
Health is an expression of balance. Our mission is to increase your immunization, boost your health by harmonizing and energizing your body thanks to an integrated and natural method. We are pleased to offer you the best care of traditional Chinese medicine. Each patient benefits from customized and personalized care.
Is your body a machine or a garden? Your body is the best doctor
In Western medicine, according to Push, the body is considered a “machine”. It has parts that are replaced because they are worn out. A physicist in the 17th century even compared the body to a well-made clock.
Whereas in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), everything is described by nature. Indeed, the body is considered a garden and our TCM experts are more comparable to gardeners than to craftsmen. For example, gardeners know that if their garden gets too much water, it gets soggy and the plants die. Likewise, lack of water causes plants to die, lack of sunlight slows down their growth, etc. Therefore, it is essential to have a “gardener” to maintain the homeostasis of the garden. This “gardener” role of our practitioners allows us to take care of our patients.
By using traditional methods dating back 4,000 years, including acupuncture, phytotherapy and other methods, we are able to treat most cases of imbalances related to stress and the unrestrained lifestyle characteristic of our times. Each patient benefits from customized and personalized care.