Reset Wellbeing 10 Week Programme
A reset post the Covid - addressing the implications of the Covid -19 on the body and mind
This programme is best suited to people who can identify that their well-being has been impacted by Covid and their well-being concerns may be caused by a combination of three of the following
Irritable bowel syndrome
Using a combination of Traditional Chinese Medicine and modern technology, Ching Wang uses her extensive knowledge as a Chinese herbalist, Acupuncturist, certified Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner and 40 years of hands-on experience in this specialist area.
To create a personalised, managed, goal-orientated programme with accountability check-ins for people seeking to lose weight sustainably.
Over the ten-week programme, you will have weekly accountability check-ins at your nearest AcuCentre Clinic
Your weekly treatment will require a commitment of 1 hour each week, including a mixture of the following therapies as deemed appropriate by Ching to achieve your identified goal.
Acupuncture, cupping, TuiNa massage, moxibustion, Chinese herbs and non-invasive visceral fat reduction may be used at each session.
Your part is over the 10 weeks is to have completed a mindset reset that includes understanding your metabolism and addressing your issues of healthy nutrition, exercise, movement, street and sleep.
The ten-week programme allows you to develop healthy habits to succeed in this programme and set you up for the future.
You will not be required to buy special foods. There are no additional costs to this programme.
However, you are requested to buy your “golden plate”, your food measuring tool, from now on.
Train you to understand your diet and manage your work-life balance.
Meet with Ching for 90 minutes. The first 15 minutes is a free consultation to make sure the programme is correct for you at this time and gain an understanding of your needs.
Once you have made the commitment you immediately begin the 75-minute treatment programme and have a more detailed needs analysis and body evaluation to create your in-depth personalised programme.
Also, photos are taken before the commencement of the programme and will stay within the treatment team as a visual reference point.
One week later as part of your weekly check-in, Ching would have developed a personalised programme for you.
You start your weekly visits to your local Acucentre Clinic for treatment using the methods and techniques Ching has set out for your personalised programme. Her team will base your treatment on Ching's direction and monitoring.
You will start a journal recording your diet, exercise, sleep and stress levels. You will also record your body weight on a weekly basis.
Over the next nine weeks, you will visit your local AcuCentre Clinic weekly for one hour and work your way through the programmes directed by Ching.
The success of this programme is based on your commitment and an openness to Traditional Chinese Medicine, where you can improve your well-being while also bringing balance to your body and the way it functions.
This reset programme is based on TCM practices and insights. The reset will happen gradually based on your identified goals and definitely is not instant. It is the cumulative and incremental use of Chinese methodologies combined with Ching’s in-depth knowledge base and your ability to stay consistent with your healthy diet and lifestyle.
You are being given the tools and mindset options that will stay with you for a lifetime.
Understanding Traditional Chinese Medicine is not new or a fad
Traditional Chinese Medicine has a history of about 4000 years, starting from the early Zhou Dynasty of China or even earlier as the oldest medical writings on herbs were found in the Classic of Changes (Yi Jing) and Classic of Poetry (Shi Jing)
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has changed little over the centuries. Its basic concept is that a vital force of life, called Qi, surges through the body.
Any imbalance in Qi can cause disease and illness. This imbalance is most commonly thought to be caused by an alteration in the opposite and complementary forces that make up the Qi. These are called yin and yang.