1) How did you end up in Finland?
Somehow it spoke to me as soon as I got here, especially the Finnish nature and wilderness. I followed my dodge and decided to find out. Through the pain… It took me to look at myself in the mirror. This love-hate relationship has worked to face my heart.
2) You have been in your care for many years. Can you tell us a little about your background?
I first graduated and worked as a homeopath for several years. After that, I decided to get information about oriental treatments. I first came across shiatsu, which I studied under John Lewis. Then I immediately became interested in Chinese medicine. And I studied both in Italy and Finland and also in online courses since 1998 and after practicing shiatsu. In Finland, I have also studied in connection with my courses in anatomy and physiology and in the pathology of school medicine at the Helsinki IV Health Care Department.
In addition, I have taught Shiatsu and Chinese medicine theory for over 15 years, for both beginners and advanced.
Life goes on, now I’m going to a Peking University clinic to do acupuncture clinical exams and study the vitality of American Indian medicine and how it works for humans.
3) I have heard that you specialize in language diagnostics could you tell us how Chinese medicine is used for it?
It has been known in the medicine of the ancient peoples that the human body is like a temple.
Areas of the language, their colors and characters e.g. indicate the condition of the internal organs. In language one can check how functional Yang is in balance, or how structural Yin is doing well or suffering. It is clear in the interpretation of the health situation to be treated, both at the first visit and especially in monitoring the effect of treatment. After all, a family doctor used to examine the condition of the eyes for the same reasons in the past, and I think that these diagnostic tools could be taught again at the university level, and not just wait for laboratory tests to show changes. For example, the liver takes 7 times more overload than normal before showing clear changes in laboratory tests.
Because of this, cirrhosis of the liver is often diagnosed too late. In language, on the other hand, liver energy and even structural disorders of the liver are seen much earlier.
In Chinese medicine, language diagnostics is used in the interpretation of both the acute case and the chronic case, and language diagnostics as well as human disorders are changing compared to the past and new facts are being noticed and added.
4) You are a teacher of Shiatsu (Japanese massage) is it possible to combine Tuina and Shiatsu?
:)) You can say it’s done right here in Liangts, so yes you can. A few times I introduced tuiau to my shiatsu students and I noticed that for some, the internship went naturally better and for some it didn’t.
More vigorous muscle modification, such as in Tuin, is more popular among Chinese and Japanese customers. And here for those who lean more towards the side of classical massage. Shiatsu has more pressure on individual points than in Tuina’s series, so they can complement each other at best, even though they are already holistic species in their own right.
5) Can you tell us something about a new place in Hyvinkää?
All in all, it’s wonderful. In the middle of a forest. The spirit of the place is just right for me because in terms of therapy it is the best option in town. Think of a reception window as large as the entire wall and a view directly to the denser part of Helsinki Central Park. It is one of the strongest trump cards of the Swiss spa hotel.
The other wing of the hotel, on the other hand, is fully operational and the Superpark, which is especially praised by my children.
Our hotel is a good whole.
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