The Energy Of Life
Qi – Usually translated as “vital energy” – is considered to be life’s animating force and substance, symbolising life in all its forms: thoughts and emotions, tissue and blood, inner life and outer expression.
Qi is distributed throughout the body by a network of channels or meridiens. Disease is present when the flow of vital energy through the channels is disrupted.
Each of the organs of the body is represented by a channel, and diseases of a particular organ can be treated by using acupuncture points on the channel representing that organ.
The Theory of Balance
Yin and Yang – The two elements of Yin and Yang represent the opposite forces that make up existence. Yin is the female force – receptive and cool in nature. Yang is the male force, representing movement and heat.
Harmony between these two opposing yet complementary forces supports good health, whilst disease results from an imbalance between the two forces.
Resting on these principles is the rest of TCM theory and application, such as the causes of disharmony resulting in imbalances. The art of traditional Chinese medicine is to identify the imbalance accurately so that it can be corrected quite specifically.
The Complete System
Our broad system of identifying and correcting imbalances in the body applies to all aspects of treatment by Traditional Chinese Medicine: acupuncture, herbal medicine, Chinese massage and cupping combined with advice on diet and exercise.
Chinese medicine views the human body with great respect, knowing its infinite capacity to rejuvenate.
MilestonesBrief History of Our Company
GinSen (Dr Lily Therapy Centre) is established at 168 Finchley Road, Hampstead , London NW3 6Jp. Found by Practitioner Li Hua Li, the clinic treated thousands of patients over a course of five years. This clinic Specialised in Fertility, Infertility, Weight Loss and Skin Disorder.
GinSen moves to 11 Harben Parade, Swiss Cottage, NW3 6JP. The next 10 years see Ginsen make many great achievements in the fields of infertility, weight lose and well being, during that time GinSen also offered local free lessons of Chinese Medicine therapy, reflexology and tongue diagnosis. GinSen continued to build its reputation as the premier TCM practice. Over 8000 people visited during this period.
GinSen opens its third clinic at 97 Southampton Row, London WC1B 4HH. This new clinic focuses on the treatment of Weight Loss, Fertility, Infertility and general Well-being. Practitioner Li Hua Li goes on to be interviewed and is recognised as an expert in her field by national media reporters. The clinic goes on to serve over 4000 patients.
GinSen opens its fourth clinic at 157 Kings Road , London SW3 5Tx
The exposure leads to patients from all over the globe visiting the GinSen clinics. During the last 15 years GinSen has developed a rich experience and expertise in Fertility, Infertility, Weight loss, Research and Therapy.
To date GinSen has been interviewed by BBC Radio 5 Live, The Telegraph, Fertility Road magazine, The Guardian and many other local press associations.