Exton Square Mall: (610) 280 9888 / Lionville Business Center: (484) 716-1181 / West Goshen: (484) 876-1772


Hot Stone Therapy

Hot stone therapy melts away tension,eases muscle stiffness and increases circulation and metabolism.The ditect heat of the stone relaxes muscles,also expands blood vessels,which encourages blood flow throughtout the body to reduce stress and tension.

Gua Sha Therapy

Gua sha therapy is used whenever a patient has pain associated with an acute or chronic disorder.It is used to treat and prevent the common cold,flu,bronchitis,asthma,as well as any chronic disorder involving pain,congestion of qi and blood.

Tui Na

The Tui Na technique is used to relax the entire body.It is exceptionally beneficaial for increasing the level of oxygen in the blood decreasing muscle toxins,improving circulation and flexibility while easing tension.


Acupressure Therapy

Acupressure is an ancient technique of working with the energy pathways (meridians) and the body’s natural pressure points. This is our most popular and effective Therapeutic treatment. Aside from complete relaxation, you feel a renewed sense of energy, balance, and calmness that lasts well after your treatment...

Deep Tissue Therapy

Deep tissue Therapy is similar to Tui Na,but involes deeper pressure, which is helpful in releasing chronic muscle tension.The focus is on the deepest layers of the muscle tissue,tendons abd fascia (the protective layer surrounding muscles,bone and joints).

Cupping Therapy

Cupping is an ancient chinese method of causing local confeston.Cupping has been found to affect the body up to four inches into the tissues,causing tissues to release toxions,activate the lymphatic systeml,clear the veins,arteries and capillaries activate the skin,clear stretch maeks and improve varicose veins.

Foot Reflexology

Foot reflexology will not only help relieve toe pain,ankle pain,plantar fasciitis and common forms of arthritis,but can also deccrease stress and anxiety in the entire body.

Asian Bodywork Therapy

“Asian Bodywork Therapy” and “Massage Therapy” are indeed two different things. There has been much debate between professionals and professional organizations about what techniques, philosophies and descriptions cross over from one modality to the other and where certain seperations lie.

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Asian Bodywork Therapy


“Asian Bodywork Therapy” and “Massage Therapy” are indeed two different things. There has been much debate between professionals and professional organizations about what techniques, philosophies and descriptions cross over from one modality to the other and where certain seperations lie. “Bodywork” is a general term that applies to a vast group of manual manipulation forms.


Foot Bath

The Foot is the second heart of the human body. Plantar itching can explain higher sensitivity along meridians experienced in other parts of the body. A daily foot bath can not only keep your feet clean, but also smooth qi and provide a nourishing vigor and anti-aging qualities, enhance metabolism, improve resistance to external pathogens, and prevent chapping, chilblains, athlete's foot and other foot disease.


Ear Candle Therapy

The effect after treatment is a soothing, pressure and pain relieving sensation, mainly in the ear and head regions. Clearer nasal breathing and an improved sense of smell (even when the nose was blocked before treatment) are often experienced, as well as a wonderful relaxed feeling, a deep sensation of secuirty and a feeling of happiness are often experienced












Location 1#

Exton Square Mall
Mon.-Sat. 10:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am-6:00pm


Address
128 Exton Square Mall, Unit 1294
Exton, PA 19341


Telephone
(610) 280 9888





Location 2#

Lionville Business Center
Mon.-Sat. 10:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am-6:00pm


Address
402 Gordon Dr
Exton, PA 19341


Telephone
(484) 716-1181





Location 3#

West Goshen
Mon.-Sat. 10:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am-6:00pm


Address
2 N Five Points Road
West Chester, PA 19380


Telephone
(484) 876-1772