**First interdisciplinary treatment
Your first session will last 1h50min and will be divided in 3 periods as follows: 45 min in osteopathy, 45min in traditional Chinese medicine (acupuncture), 20min with the health coordinator. At the end of this first session, you will have received a complete treatment, and the health coordinator will provide you with a treatment plan proposal, according to your needs. The number of recommended sessions, as well as the plan's duration will vary depending on your health condition and objectives. Participating to this first session does not engage you in any way to adhere to the proposed treatment plan. You always have the choice to pursue or not with the sessions until the end. This appointment can't be booked online, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 514-312-5678. Looking forward to take care of you!
Group class - Qi Gong
Qi Gong is one of the Chinese traditional medicine approaches. It comes from an ancient wisdom which is transmitted through gestures and simple yet complete moves, accessible to all. No matter your age or physical condition, everybody may learn Qi Gong and enjoy its positive benefits. It is the breath of life running freely throughout your body, reuniting body and mind.
Whether for evacuating your stress, enjoying a relaxing moment or southing your muscles from your physical training, massage therapy is a magical tool you can have access at all times, always in an 'AZZUAN' quality that distinguishes itself from spas. It's also possible to combine with therapeutic yoga sessions. Contact us at email@example.com or 514-312-5678
Group class - Meditation
Even though some still think meditation is related to monks and religion, it is for us an incredible tool with which the philosophy of the center can be integrated. Described in many ways, meditation takes multiple forms. We want to share its basic concepts with our guests and the entire population, since we believe, they can help counter stress and much much more!
Osteopathy is based on manual techniques aimed at the conservation or restoration of the mobility of the various structures of the organism. A therapeutic method with a preventive and curative aim, it is based on the idea that any loss of natural mobility of the structures relative to each other appears in the muscles, tendons, viscera, skull or envelopes (fascia) and induces malfunctions.** Clients enrolled in an integrated treatment plan, can't take their appointment online, and therefore need to contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org or 514-312-5678)
Acupuncture is one of the disciplines of Oriental Traditional Medicine whose goal is to improve health or alleviate pain. Acupuncture is based on an energetic vision of man and the universe to establish its diagnostic and therapeutic reasoning. The treatment of acupuncture consists of the implantation and manipulation of fine needles on certain specific areas of the skin, mucous membranes or subcutaneous tissues of the human body, called acupuncture points. Besides the needle, the acupuncturist can use heat, pressure, electrical current or light rays during this stimulation. Several scientific studies support the results of this method. ** Clients enrolled in an integrated treatment plan, can't take their appointment online, and therefore need to contact us (email@example.com or 514-312-5678)
Unfortunately, our professional is not comfortable to do the consultation in English.
Naturopathy is an approach that promotes an optimal health by using traditional healing methods with modern scientific knowledge. All diseases emerge from a deregulated organism. Its goal is to achieve an optimal health by allowing the body to use its innate healing process. The naturopath is committed to using a global approach to health and healing in order to stimulate the healing process. Hence, the naturopath uses different naturel techniques like nutrition, botanic, homeopathy, hydrotherapy, nutraceuticals, and physical activity.**Whereas we offer naturopathic evaluations, we do not claim to offer medical diagnosis or treatment.***Clients enrolled in an integrated treatment plan, can't take their appointment online, and therefore need to contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org or 514-312-5678)