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When the body is free from imbalances and restrictions, blood and lymph circulation improves, transporting everything the body needs to work smoothly, affecting individual systems including hormonal balance, internal organ balance, brain function, muscular strength, neurology and emotional balanc...

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Imbalances lead to various conditions of both the mind and the body including pain, poor sleep, fatigue and chemical changes that eventually feed through to emotional and mental issues. In China all mental and emotional illness was diagnosed to system (organ) imbalance within the body, which grad...

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From the Chinese Medicine perspective an injury to the shoulder falls into the Jin category,  which is basically the equivalent of the soft tissues in modern anatomy (think tendons, fascia, joint capsules and all the connective tissue of the body).
From this viewpoint the source of Jin conditio...

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Where the New meets the Traditional! A revolution in health and fitness that can; Instantly increase sporting performance, Significantly reduce recovery time, Instigate a natural recovery response, Find the root cause to functional breakdown.



The presence of tape on the skin helps to create a non-painful stimulus from the area this makes it more difficult for the nervous to feel pain in that area (Pain gate)

The decompressive properties of the tape (think wrinkles) reduce pressure and compression ...

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What does it really mean to take care of your Stomach health?

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, the Stomach (and its partner the Spleen) is most affected by chronic worry, anxiety, or overthinking. Remember, the Stomach is responsible not only for digesting food and drink, but also for ...

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The Lung’s major functions include maintaining healthy immune defenses against pathogens, as well as circulating Qi and fluids throughout the body.

Emotionally and physically, the Lung (along with its organ partner, the Large Intestine), is responsible for helping you “let go” of whatever you ...

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The sphenoid bone is wedged between several other bones in the front of the cranium. It consists of a central part and two wing-like structures that extend sideways toward each side of the skull. This bone helps form the base of the cranium, the sides of the skull, and the floors and sides of the...

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Body Treatments

  • K.O.R.E Therapy

    K.O.R.E uniquely integrates both Oriental and Western medicine using hands-on intervention to address many different symptoms of illness. By using muscle tests we can identify problem areas in the nervous system that are often caused by physical imbalance.
  • Musculoskeletal

    Mobilizing, releasing and removing restrictions throughout the body to promote better alignment and balance. When the body is free from imbalances and restrictions, blood and lymph circulation improves, transporting everything the body needs to work smoothly.
  • Deep Tissue Massage

    Tui'Na Massage is a fully clothed massage system that balances the spine and pelvis, releases inflammation and clears pain. Tui na (t wéi.nǎ; Chinese: 推拿) is a form of Chinese manipulative hands-on body treatment that uses Chinese Daoist principles.
  • Anmo Fu

    A deep oil based massage focused on the abdominal region. Its role is to ensure that all organs are operating efficiently with space to breathe and a good supply of blood and lymphThis therapy is described as the most beneficial treatment system for the complete human being
  • Cupping

    An ancient form of therapy in which a local suction is created on the skin to mobilise blood flow (white blood cells) in order to promote healing
  • Cranial Balancing & Stress

    Treating a wide range of illnesses and symptoms that have cranial, brain and neurological imbalance at their root. Cranial work is one of the most relaxing sleep inducing therapies you can experience.
  • Qi Gong

    An ancient form of Chinese energetic medicine, one of the four main branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), along with acupuncture, herbal medicine, and Tui'Na massage. Very gentle holding and release techniques are used to increase Qi and blood flow quickly reducing pain and inflammation.
  • Muscle Taping and Magnet Therapy

    Taping for Pain • Headaches • Neck & shoulder pain, including frozen shoulder • Elbow pain, including tennis & golf elbow • Wrist pain • Finger pain, including arthritis joints • Lower back & hip pain • Knee pain • Ankle joint pain/injury
  • Reiki

    Works on different levels the physical, mental, and emotional enhancing everything in life. ... One of the greatest Reiki healing health benefits is stress reduction and relaxation, which triggers the body's natural healing abilities (immune system), aids in better sleep and improves and maintains health.


5 months ago
- Anna R

Professional Complementary Healthcare

Paul's core mission is to offer clients his years of experience and expertise in the disciplines of mind and body health
By applying a unique method of integrating traditional body treatments and modern performance techniques of recovery the root cause of your pain can be identified.

Through the use of unique muscle tests I can access where the problem is coming from, so unlike most other therapies, instead of looking at 'WHAT' the problem is I look at 'WHY' the problem is there.

For example

Knee pain could caused by a pelvic imbalance 

Lower back pain caused by neck restriction 

Hamstring problems stemming from the cranial bones

Skin issues coming from the digestive system

Anxiety caused by spinal restriction 

Without discovery and treatment of the root causes, symptoms are only ever going to be masked and will keep returning.

Some of the techniques regularly used by myself, but not limited to are

 Muscle Testing
 Tui'Na Massage 
 Muscle Taping
 Qi Gong
 Cranial Balancing
 Deep Organ Massage
 Physical Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

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