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The Complementary Medical Association (The CMA)

Emanuela Samara

Traditional Chinese Medicine considers that the natural state of the body is health. The principle of operation is to eliminate energy blockages from a pipe like meridian system by stimulating acupuncture points. Energy meridians feed the internal organs and various areas of the body with energy, thus ensuring normal functioning.

Acupuncture may be used to treat a wide range of common health problems and to reduce pain as follow: back pain, headache, shoulders, arms, legs, hips, legs, ankles; sciatica, lower back; headaches, migraines, neuralgia, abdominal pain, chest pain,  menstrual pain; hypertension, circulatory disturbances; flu, asthma, maxillary/frontal sinusitis, irregular periods, painful, abnormal bleeding; arthritis, swollen joints, low mobility, joint/muscle pain, acute or chronic inflammation of various joints, rheumatism, muscle stretches; bloating, indigestion, general weakness of the digestive system, burns, hyperacidity, gastroesophageal reflux, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, constipation, diarrhea; frequent urination, acute / chronic or recurrent urinary infections, urine retention, local secretions; insomnia, irritability, anxiety, depression, fear, emotional trauma, panic attacks.

Reiki is a spiritual therapy and my treatment objective is to treat the whole person with an aim to help bring balance and harmony. In order to move on, it is important to let go of anything that is holding you back. So many of us are carrying emotional baggage around with us everywhere we go and they affect all areas of our life. The reported benefits of Reiki include: pain relief, stress reduction, lowered anxiety, emotional healing, better sleep, improved immunity, enhanced vitality, increased energy.

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