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Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture
Helping you find your pathway to natural health
Red Tree Wellness is a natural health clinic established in 2006, centrally located in the Fairview area of Vancouver, British Columbia, in the Fairmont Medical Building, on West Broadway Avenue. We are conveniently located
2½ blocks away from the Broadway-City Hall Canada Line skytrain station. Our treatment services include registered Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
Our approach is natural and drugless, to help you feel healthier, happier, and improve your quality of life.
Acupuncture and Complementary medicine helps you back onto your feet
We believe in addressing and treating your health holistically and naturally, thus enabling the body to not just be healed, but also be naturally strong, self-sustaining and balanced. Our goal is to work together with you to not only bring you back to balanced health, but also to prevent illness from occurring again. Thus, our focus is treatment from the root, balancing the entire wellness wheel, for continual health and wellness, whether through acupuncture or other Traditional Chinese Medicine modalities.
In conjunction with the philosophy of our practice, we will teach and show you ways to optimize your own healing process and continual health. This may include diet therapy, acupressure, exercise, and other relaxation or treatment techniques that are best suited to your condition.
As your Vancouver acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine health care practitioner, we are here to guide, educate, inspire and motivate you. Your willing and active participation is part of this partnership, and will be the key to unlocking the door to your health. Your health is your path that you walk along. We are your light, here to help guide you on your pathway to health.
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Red Tree Wellness is proud to use environmentally friendly products throughout the clinic! Some examples include using 100% recycled paper, pens and clipboards made from recycled plastic, energy saving machines and light bulbs, and business cards printed on 100% recycled paper using vegetable based inks. In keeping with the spirit of the Sequoia tree to which our clinic name is derived from, we are proud to continue to step lightly on the earth.
Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese practice that involves puncturing the skin with hair-thin needles at acupuncture points, to enhance the flow of Qi. Acupuncture is used to balance and keep the normal flow of energy unblocked, and restore health to the body and mind. Traditional Chinese medicine practices (e.g. acupuncture, herbs, diet, massage, cupping, moxibustion, exercises, etc.) all are intended to improve the flow of Qi.
When we think of spring, we think cleaning. Cleaning your house and workspace is important, but don't neglect your body this season.
Spring is a new beginning and is related to the color green - signifying plants pushing through the earth. It is the season to take care of the Liver whose element is Wood and Spring.
How can you give the Liver a break and move with the natural rhythms of spring? (a) Eat lightly. Our Livers help us get rid of the stagnation and toxin congestion we might have accumulated during the winter. Leaving behind the heavier foods of winter, especially meats and dairy products, can help you move into spring feeling lighter. (b) Eat green. Young, tender shoots like asparagus and bean sprouts, and anything green and leafy such as kale and romaine, aid in detoxifying the Liver. If your digestion is weak, stick to cooked vegetables as opposed to raw, which require more energy to digest.