Reflexology, Tui Na, and Acupuncture

As we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people the permission to do the same.

-Nelson Mandela

Acupuncture at Pacific Rim College

Acupuncture is a practice of wholistic health that has been used for thousands of years. With roots in Chinese healing arts, it developed with the understanding that the biggest expressions of our body’s health or dis-ease can be traced back to subtle and small roots of movement in energy- small enough to be manipulated with a carefully placed needle.

This healing modality is a wonderful way to address chronic health patterns of all varieties- physical, mental, and emotional- and also creates a supportive ground for western medical procedures. By encouraging the body to return to its natural state of homeostasis, health is facilitated as a process that begins within.

Book your Acupuncture session

Pacific Rim College

Book online here by selecting a “Private Acupuncture Appointment” for

Tuesdays between 8:15-11:15am
Tuesdays between 3:30-6:30pm
Thursdays between 3:30-6:30pm

Reflexology and Tui Na at Maya Health Clinic

Reflexology and tui na are bodywork and massage techniques with roots in the Chinese healing tradition. They are used with the understanding that the energetic systems of the body are an optimal place to introduce healthy movement patterns since the energy body is directly connected to both the physical and mental bodies.
These treatments address imbalances in the body due to:
  • Physical pain and injury
  • Stress and mental distraction
  • Trauma and holding patterns
Private treatments offer a sanctuary for you to have directed attention on areas of your health that can be supported through touch.
My interest in these methods has been nurtured through studies with Wayan Dunung- an indigenous Balinese healer- and Sarah Pritchard. Additional mentors and guides include practitioners like Rory Knapp-Fisher, Devin Wu, Scott Blossom, and Jonny Nobleza.

To schedule your session, click here.

Book your Reflexology and Tui Na session


Kevin Yee-ChanBodywork