The Chinese character bao refers to protection, therapy, and health care. Channelling these concepts, the staff at King Bao Wellness Center improves clients’ health and well-being with traditional Chinese techniques. During Chinese massages, hands, essential oils, or an ancient tools called Bian stones soothe muscles to help to increase circulation.
Acupuncture and reflexology treatments stimulate meridian points—the body’s energy channels—with either thin needles or manual pressure to relax and rejuvenate clients. Herbalists examine each client’s tongue and pulse to determine which herbs or patented Chinese medicines to prescribe or to reverse-engineer how many licks it took to get to the center of a tootsie pop.
Versed in traditional Chinese medicine and massage therapy, the practitioners of Dao Health Centre create personalized care plans to enhance patients' mental and physical health. During initial consultations, physicians learn about clients through diagnostics such as sensory observations, tongue inspection, and pulse readings. They then tailor integrative treatment plans that may incorporate therapies such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, and acupressure massage.
Tone Massage Therapy's registered massage therapists strive to soothe and restore weary muscles using an array of flesh-kneading techniques. In a deep-tissue massage, nurturing hands bring strong strokes and assertive pressure to knots lurking deep within sinews and tendons, where they sow the seeds of pain, discomfort, and subcutaneous soybeans. The relaxation massage is a gentle pampering treatment set in a warm, quiet room with soft music and dimmed lights. Athletes can benefit from a sports massage, intended to alleviate stress and stiffness accumulated in soft tissues from physical activity and thinking about physical activity, enhancing future performance by increasing range of motion and muscle function. Tone's fleet of caring, professional registered massage therapists can also administer prenatal rubdowns and remedial massages based on the strategic manipulation of pressure points.
Acacia's team of expert health-care professionals treats clients to individualized, naturopathic, and alternative health care in a relaxed setting. One-hour acupuncture sessions place patients in the expert hands of Victoria Spaurel, a registered acupuncturist and Chinese-medical-theory enthusiast. Practitioners insert needles into specific pressure points and frayed stitching on clients' bodies, working to balance overall energy levels. Acupuncture therapy aims to treat a wide array of health concerns, including chronic pain, insomnia, multiple sclerosis, bipolar disorder, irritable bowel syndrome, and being filled with helium. Although it improves stress levels and cell-phone reception for many clients, therapy is not recommended for candidates with bleeding disorders or needle phobias. Patients currently taking blood thinners such as warfarin may bruise more easily during their sessions, and clients taking any kind of medication are instructed to inform their practitioners.
Essential Health Centre specializes in individualized acupuncture treatments that promote health and help alleviate aggravating aches. Corrine Warburton, a registered acupuncturist, boosts bodily morale with pin-pricking procedures that target a variety of corporeal concerns, including sports injuries, back pain, fertility, headaches, and neck pain. Treatment begins with a 15-minute health consultation and commences with the pristine placement of hair-thin, sterile needles into specific points on the body, unblocking energy and clearing out internal traffic jams. Each acupuncture session is customized to individual needs, and the resulting calm after treatment will keep bodies levitating without the use of hot-wired magic carpets.
Our Registered Massage Therapists provide therapeutic, relaxation and sport massage. Our philosophy is to treat the cause of your ailment, rather than cover up your symptoms with a bandaide solution. We use orthopedic testing and postural assessment to pin point the cause of your pain.