As long as the energies are circulating according to the genuine, divine principles, the person is in good health. When imbalances occur, illness develops.

TCM originates from Taoism. It is over 4,000 years old, being one of the oldest medical systems in China. It includes prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, which vary with different methods. The fundamental principle of these methods is that the spirit has an impact on reality, and that humans are indivisible entities comprising five organ sections. We are always influenced by internal and external factors, both beneficial and pathogenic, as well as the cycles of life. Energies are constantly circulating between the sky and the earth, and the human organism is a part of this whole. As long as the energies circulate according to the genuine, divine principles, the individual is in good health. When imbalances occur, they cause illness.

An illness is defined as an improper functioning of the internal organs, which is reflected on the surface of the body. The same illness can develop in different ways and for different reasons. Therefore, the treatment needs to be adjusted accordingly.

In my work, I apply the knowledge of the five elements, internal organs, and energy pathways. Methods I use include acupressure, reflexology, and auriculotherapy, as well as nutritional therapy, healing poultices, healing with clay or water, breathing exercises, meditation, and more.

AURICULOTHERAPY is based on the idea that the ear is a symmetrical projection of the entire body, and that all organs and tissues correspond to specific points in the ear. Treatment of these points of the ear helps treating the corresponding part of the body. It can be used to alleviate pain.

REFLEXOTHERAPY has an effect on both the body and the soul. By stimulating specific points on the foot, corresponding organs can be treated. Similar organ maps also exist for the ears, eyes, and palms of the hand, enabling the influence of certain organ functions through targeted stimulation.

ACUPRESSURE is based on the energetic concept of life and health. A person is in good health as long as there is a free flow of energies in the body. When the flow is obstructed, slowed down or blocked, the organism suffers and illness occurs. Stimulation of certain points in the body removes these obstacles and promotes healing.


A healthy diet and moderate exercise simplify the maintenance of the body. When balance is disrupted, food can help restore it. We strive for a holistic nutritional balance, including taste, colours, and energy. Utilizing specific flavours that impact the energy system is a simple way to strengthen and balance our energy or, conversely, weaken it.


Use of clay is a valuable natural healing method known for its detoxifying properties. It absorbs and eliminates toxic substances from the body. Additionally, clay possesses antiseptic qualities and promotes wound healing. It can be applied topically as a poultice or consumed internally. However, it is advisable to consult a professional before consuming clay, as it may have contraindications.