Published: 10/06/2006 - Updated: 11/17/2018
Acupuncture Center, Luna y Sol, opened in Madrid in September 1989. Since the spring of 1992, Dr Jing-Xin Liu is at the top, born in Beijing and graduated in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), University of Beijing.
Therapies that are performed at the Center are all encompassing TCM: acupuncture, moxibustion, herbal remedies, massage, cupping, diet and habits, and other less known.
He is accompanied by a multidisciplinary team to support and supplement therapy:
- Marta Sanchez: Therapist DFA
- Consuelo Sancho: Reflexologist
- Ricardo Grasa: Massage
Every day, large numbers of people come to acupuncture, with the wide circulation media, easy access to information in their texts and teachings, and especially because it is effective and that today day people are more and more suspicious of the chemical formulas.
But not everyone is aware that acupuncture is one of the branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) which includes, also, therapies such as massage, exercise, diet, moxibustion, medicinal plants, among others.
Thus, to implement the above therapies, a review a patient from the viewpoint of TCM treatment to focus on cause and not just the symptoms should be undertaken, getting the balance "Qi" or life force, throughout the patient's body, thereby restoring their health.
The application of needles into specific body points, acupuncture points, can positively influence the flow of energy, thus contributing to the return of the body's energy balance. With acupuncture we can treat, among others, the following general conditions:
- Respiratory and pulmonary diseases
- Intestinal and digestive disorders
- Eye, ear, mouth and throat diseases
- Gynecological disorders
- Diseases in joint pain and neurological disorders
- Sudden acute disorders
- Skin diseases
- Urinary and reproductive disorders
Massage (relaxation and muscle)
Massage technique is used to help relieve muscular pain, whether tension-type of energy blockage or lack of tone. Working on muscle tension, helping to unblock energy lines and joints, improving the drainage of fluids and optimize the functioning of organs.
DFA (Duggan / French Approach)
The purpose of the meetings of the DFA is to soften the body armor revealing layers and bringing awareness to ourselves, aligning the body in the field gravity of Earth. Because this is a basic need of all who live on the planet.
Body is released to a deeper level of tension and allows the person to acquire more easily and effectively in their work and leisure. Reorganization of the body allows it to function to its full potential, increasing the integration between emotions and physical body.
The Reflexology is a holistic healing technique, whose aim is to treat the person as a whole, inducing a state of balance and harmony in body, mind and spirit.
All organs in the body are reflected in the feet, over 7200 nerve endings. Reflexology works on the feet, and turn on the body belonging to the area reflects, through a series of massage techniques and handling.
The goals of reflexology are:
- Reducing stress and inducing deep relaxation
- Upgrading nervous system
- Improving circulation
- Cleaning the body of toxins and impurities
- Revitalizing energy
The Center Luna y Sol offers always the best for our patients, so we designed our facilities in the light to the last detail, offering a warm and pleasant place for our patients.
Our hours are: Monday to Friday 9:30 to 13:30 and 16:00 to 20:30
Our center is located at:
C / Guzmán el Bueno, 93 - 1 Exterior Right 28005 - Madrid
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