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Qi’Nergy Detox Slimming Gua Sha

Qi’Nergy Detox Slimming Gua Sha

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WHAT IS Qi’Nergy Detox Slimming Gua Sha

A large wooden stick called Ganjin stick (擀筋棒) is used to scrape over large surfaces of the body to stimulate meridian circulation in order to aid digestion and bring harmonious balance to the internal organs. By applying pressure to specific areas, our detox treatment eliminates toxins and reduces cellulite, which helps to regulate the body and achieve a slimming effect. 

Our Qi’Nergy Detox Slimming Gua Sha can help with:

  • Fat loss
  • Eliminating water retention
  • Increasing metabolism
  • Improving qi and blood circulation
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    What are the special features of Qi’Nergy Detox Slimming Gua Sha?

    Your body’s lymphatic system is stimulated by the expert use of a ganjin stick, which helps your body quickly drain excess fluid. Results are usually obvious after just one session. Prior to your session, a thorough consultation will be conducted by our TCM physician in order to customise the massage points and techniques according to your body constitution and needs. Acupuncture, cupping, and herbs may be prescribed where appropriate. 

    How long does it take to see results? How frequently should I come for Qi’Nergy Detox Slimming sessions?

    This depends on the person’s level of obesity and body condition. For best results, the sessions should be combined with healthy eating and exercise habits. While immediate results such as slimming and lifting can be seen in one session, several sessions are required to maintain these results and for patients to reach a stable weight that does not rebound easily.

    Slimming is a process, and the two sessions should be separated by at least 3 days to allow the petechiae (red marks known as sha) to dissipate before proceeding.

    Is Qi’Nergy Detox Slimming Gua Sha suitable for everyone?

    This treatment is not suitable for anyone with conditions that require a hospital stay or frequent check-ups. These include: severe cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, liver and kidney deficiency, general edema, extreme weakness or emaciation, thrombocytopenic diseases, allergic purpura, leukemia or other bleeding disorders, acute osteomyelitis, tuberculous arthritis, infectious skin diseases, burns, lipomas, skin ulcers, acute injuries, trauma sites, recent surgical scar sites, and recent fractures.


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