Address: 201-1207 Pacific Blvd,Vancouver,BC

Tel: (604) 736-8100

They lead you to a room where makes you feel at home with soft lighting. The remarkable part is that you can have not only massages but get some advices for your problems.

We have all professional staff who has not only the qualifications but great skills! Amazing thing is we can tell problems with each part of the body by only touching them! Though the massages cause you some pain, your body will surely feel a lot lighter. You can say "good-bye" to stiffed shoulders!

Afraid of needle?

Whenever you hear the term 'acupuncture', the first thing comes up to your mind could be a "pain", but the fact is, it is not. Though we call it 'needle', what is used for the therapy is a lot thinner than the one for an injection, and it is almost pain-free. Of course, there are some people who sensitively feel the pain, so the opinions can be varied. Against the anxiety about the sting, most of people experienced found it not that painful after the therapy. In fact, this feels really good! You can even feel your body lighter after the therapy and that is almost addictive. As a proof, there is a lot of repeaters to this place.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is one of the oldest and most commonly used medical procedures in the world. It has a clearly recorded history of about 2,000 years, but some authorities claim that it has been practiced in China for some 4,000 years. It involves inserting very fine needles into specific points in the body to restore and maintain health. Acupuncture is commonly used to control pain and other adverse of symptoms associated with a number of medical conditions.

Reflexology

Reflexology is an alternative health therapy that uses massage of relax points to stimulate the body's healing processe.
It is based on the principle that travel to every organ of the body and have endings in many locations just below the skin surface (primarily in the hands and feet) .
The techniques of reflexology involve massaging these endings (or reflex points) to improve energy flow in order to treat illness and alleviate pain in organs elsewhere on the pathway.