Learn how to eliminate Qi stagnation symptoms.
Qi is the energy that flows in the body. It helps your blood, lymph and toxins to move in and out from your veins. Your liver is the organ in charge of making sure that your Qi flows smoothly but it can be affected by our strenuous lifestyle, and poor diets.
Being particularly sensitive during Spring season, your Qi tends to stagnate the most in this period and it can be very dangerous for your health. Pre-menstruation pains, sleepless nights, irritability, headaches are the main symptoms of your Qi stagnation. Often it also leads to high levels of heat which produce stomach fire. Stomach fire affects your appetite and thirst, it gives a bitter taste in the mouth and yellowish urine. Similar symptoms are related to spleen deficiency as well.
“Getting your Qi flow again can be really easy if you have someone to guide you” says Erica Chan, our new practitioner at Balance Health. At her Spring Cleans Workshops you will learn all the techniques to prevent your Qi to stagnate and your stomach to heat up. Erica will guide you in understand the properties of all the herbs and how to mix them.
TCM Herbal Tea Workshop
Wednesday, March 29th, from 4-5.30pm
Location: Mana Cafe, Tai On Terrace, Hong Kong
Price: HKD 300
To register, please contact us.
Reserve your spot today!
Dr. Erica Chan
Dr. Erica Chan is a registered TCM Practitioner under the Chinese Medicine Ordinance of Hong Kong Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner, has a Bachelor of Chinese Medicine of HKU and is a professional in Acupuncture, Pediatric Tui-Na and Chinese Herbal Medicine.
Languages: English, Cantonese, Mandarin, French
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Tel: +852 2530 3315