Five Elements Therapy with Sarah Chung, TCM & Qi Gong Practitioner
The Concept of the Five Element Therapy
From the perspective of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Man (being the son of Nature) possesses the same qualities that Nature does. Everything in the Universe can be classified as Yin and Yang, which can be divided into the Five Elements: Fire, Earth, Metal, Water, and Wood.
These Elements have a specific role in bringing balance to the body and mind. If one element has an excess or deficiency of energy, the whole system suffers an imbalance which can be manifested in an emotional or physical condition. Balance can be restored or enhanced by draining where there is excess and nurturing where there is deficiency. In our new Five Elements Treatment, we employ different techniques of Qigong, Acupressure, Auriculotherapy, and Music Therapy as an Integral Method to restore or enhance your well being which leads to feeling better, sleeping better, looking better, thinking more clearly, working better, and living better. Because life as everything else in the Universe has a balance to be kept. [hr]
About Sara ChungRaised in a family of healers, Sara started practicing acupuncture from a young age under her father’s guidance. Formalizing her studies at the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (BUCM), Sara continues her life-long learning and makes great emphasis on Qigong as part of Internal Martial Arts and TCM. Presently, she is a permanent Qigong instructor at The China Culture Centre (CCC) in Beijing, China. As apprentice of Grandmaster Xu Mingtang, as well as Master Olga Smirnova, Sara has been developing in ZY Qigong’s Image Medicine, which is recognized as the highest level of Qigong. Moreover, under the teachings of her closest Master Liu Xuyang, Sara has become an initiated practitioner of the Sixth Generation of Bagua Zhang and has achieved the level of Qigong Shierlianshou Therapist Instructor. Qigong Shierlianshou is characterized by integrating the physical anatomy as well as the energy meridians of the body; it pursues health of body and mind in synchrony with the Universe and harmony with Nature. Sara has completed several hours of clinical practice at Wangjing Hospital and Huguosi Hospital in Beijing. Today she continues her education at the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, working on the specialties of Acupuncture, Moxibustion and Tuina.
Private Sessions with Sarah Chung are now available at Kocoon spa!
Price: 60 min | 500 rmb Time: Monday & Friday from 12:00 - 20:30 Reservation: Please contact us in advance to book an appointment. Reservation: +86 137 179 434 06 | 01065003797
Sara Chung, TCM & Qigong practitioner