Master Stanley Cheung - TCM Practitioner
Stanley is a Traditional Chinese Practitioner who graduated with a Master degree from Chengdu TCM University in China, and has been an accomplished Tai Chi Quen and Qi Kung Master for more than 20 years since 1990.
In 2011, Master Stanley was invited by Guangxi TCM University in China to help perform western research to prove the effectiveness of Traditional Chinese Medicine in healing a wide range of conditions.
During this time, he amassed invaluable data and insight in to which TCM healing modality works best for what conditions including suboptimal health (e.g. fatigue, recurrent infections, sleep problems), chronic disease (pain, diabetes, benign tumors and cancers), and emotional issues (e.g. depression, stress, anxiety).
Master Stanley’s Philosophy
Master Stanley believes holism is the key of health as we are whole and complete human beings, our bodies being inseparable from our mind and emotions. As such, he will often approach chronic physical complaints that seem stagnant and resistant to treatment, from deeper emotional levels.
He believes a harmonious mind is the cornerstone of a balanced body. He also believes there are five natural rhythms that dominate our body, which are The 5 Elements of Water, Fire, Earth, Metal & Wood. Therefore, full healing has to appreciate and work with these rhythms, and not against them.
What can you expect from a TCM treatment with Master Stanley?
Being brought up in Hong Kong but trained in China, Master Stanley has witnessed the strengths and weaknesses of both Western and Eastern medicine, and will often try to employ the best of both worlds in his treatments in an Integrative approach. For example, in his treatments, he may use the accurate diagnostics of the West to pin-point imbalances in body energy, and then treat the whole-body with inner-strengthening therapies of the East.
His unique, integrative approach to healing his clients includes:
1) East and West” assessment
Master Stanley is one of a few TCM Practitioners in Hong Kong to use both advanced western Bio-impedence technology (ESG) together with traditional Chinese clinical diagnoses, like face, tongue and pulse reading. This integrated approach can provide a much clearer picture of subtle chemical, hormonal and energy imbalances in the body, and tailor-make each client’s treatment plan more for a speedy recovery.
2) Multi-modality treatment
Using multiple modalities of treatment to achieve the best recovery, he may advise:
-Chinese herbal medicine
-Qi Kung therapy
-Yang Tai Chi therapy
3) 5 Elements acupuncture
Master Stanley brings back from Guangxi a classic TCM acupuncture techniques that employs an intimate knowledge of “5 elements” and “Yin & Yang” to achieve much superior results for emotional issues (like stress, depression, irritability) or ailments with a strong emotional component (like insomnia, IBS, muscle stiffness). It is the only TCM technique to be used by the ancient Chinese Emperors to deal with stress caused by the pressures associated with their position of responsibility.