TCM Whole Person Session
Develop a Greater Well-Being from the Inside Out
Strengthen Body Functions
Detox and Remove Stagnations
Harmonize Your Energy Meridian System
The human body is 3-dimensional. It is a living sculpture where each element within it affects the whole. When healing takes place, it is much like the three pictures above. Gradually, the body transforms back to its true state from the inside out.
But healing is a process. There are a variety of factors that affect you and your health. These include, but aren’t limited to:
Daily work and living habits
Reoccurring negative thoughts and emotions
Blocked Qi flow
Past physical and emotional traumas
Unlike Western medicine in which treatment options remain static and unchanging, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) healing practices shift and pivot as time progresses. Recommended herbs and treatment routinely change. One week your doctor may work on your heart meridian, while the next your spleen.
While you may initially visit a TCM doctor for one issue and think that your health condition is more or less the same from one month to the next, this viewpoint doesn’t do you or your body justice. You are more complex than that.
A healthy lifestyle is one where your Qi’s movements are harmonized with nature in the human meridian/ energy system. One that recognizes that you and nature are one and that your mental and spiritual health is just as important as your physical health.
To fully heal yourself, you must:
Reawaken your heart’s true feelings
Understand how your body communicates with you
Harmonize your body, heart, and mind
Strengthen your immune system
Improve your Qi flow
All of these are done with a comprehensive session.
A comprehensive session with Dr. Joy Yang involves all of the following healing modalities:
Meridian & Acupoint Check-up
Seven star needle
Harmonize Mind and Body
Note: Treatments vary depending on each individual's particular needs.
“ Healing is “1/3 the patient, 1/3 Me, and 1/3 the Creator!”
Prior to treatment, people that come in for treatment with Dr. Joy Yang often describe a palpable feeling of unease permeating throughout their lives. A feeling of being "stuck." This might be from stress, emotional, or even physical pain. Whatever the initial cause of the imbalance, the first priority is to address the source of the malady so that treatments are not simply a superficial bandage.
With JoyTherapy the prevailing philosophy is that symptoms are not problems to be addressed and then forgotten. There is a bigger issue that must be resolved before a true healing transformation can take place. In TCM, physical and emotional ailments are seen as signs from the Body and Spirit that, in its wisdom, lead the way to improved physical or emotional health for each patient if the correct actions are taken.
This idea stems from the premise that the Body and the Mind work together in a symbiotic partnership. Much like a seesaw at a playground, when one side of the seesaw is “down," it influences the entire structure. The achievement of Integral Health and Wellness with Dr. Yang requires balancing the body, mind, and spirit to be in harmony with each other.
The healing methods used during the JoyTherapy are designed specifically to help patients reach their full potential. Through the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine (and Dr. Yang’s innovative use of pulse consultations), patients can reach stages of self-healing and awareness not previously achieved or imagined. Additionally, patients that come in for treatment as a means of continual self-care often report a heightening of strength and will, better health, and a deeper, more meaningful connection with their Inner Self.
With wholeness being the goal, JoyTherapy treatments are truly holistic because the patient is taught life-long skills to live a better life. As Dr. Yang continuously states: “ Healing is 1/3 the patient, 1/3 Me, and 1/3 the creator!”