Acupuncture, Cupping and Chinese Herbs in Geneva

More than 30 years of experience in traditional Chinese medicine

Practice established in the centre of Geneva since 2001

The cupping therapy helps to make blood circulate, treat pain and detoxify the body

Traditional Chinese medicine learned with a great Master

Treatment methods


Aid in the healing of physical and psychological ailments

Various traditional Chinese medicine methods are used in the treatments:

  • acupuncture (needle treatment), but also
  • Japanese acupuncture (use of abdominal palpation in diagnosis)
  • cupping glasses (suction treatment)
  • moxa (heat treatment)
  • Gua Sha (scraping treatment)
  • herbal medicine (treatment with plants)

Acupuncture

Fine needles are used to restore the harmonious circulation of energy and blood, and thereby allow the body to regain its balance.


Japanese acupuncture

In Japan, acupuncture is traditionally considered to be a profession of choice for blind people.

Blind Japanese acupuncturists thus developed diagnosis by palpation and, in particular, palpation of the abdomen.

The first step is to palpate the abdomen in order to identify areas of tension or emptiness.

Needles are then placed into the limbs, and when the Qi circulation (energy) is restored, the abdomen relaxes immediately.

Japanese needles are even finer than Chinese needles and are inserted using a small tube that makes insertion painless.


Cupping glasses Moxa

Cupping glasses are very relaxing. They are also very useful for certain conditions such as back pain, shoulder pain, cough, migraine and many others.

They also enable the body to be detoxified.


Herbal medicine

Herbal medicine is prescribed as a complement to treatment when required.

The plants are ordered in Switzerland from specialist pharmacies, which have tested them in advance in order to ensure their purity.


Gua Sha

  • This is an ancient and very efficient method for the treatments of pain and anxiety. Gua sha promotes the circulation of blood, flushes toxins and allows the regeneration of body tissues.

Spoken languages

French
English

Practical information

Rue de Zurich 42 1201 Geneva