Patrizia Gaio  –

Chinese Medicine Therapies

Chinese MedIcine Therapies

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“Having been with another acupuncturist for a year I moved to Patrizia because her knowledge was considerably broader and extended beyond the westernised form of TCM that is prevalent today. I was not disappointed at all. Patrizia takes a holistic approach to health from a Chinese perspective, going beyond the usual diagnostic methods and treatment techniques. My treatments have focused on acupuncture to treat underlying chronic digestive issues, but Patrizia has also recommended dietary and lifestyle changes to complement the sessions. Within only a couple of weeks of treatment, I already felt a big difference, which I’ve been able to sustain on my own after the treatment ended. In addition, and as a Nei Gong practitioner, Patrizia’s knowledge of the processes involved has also been incredibly useful for my practice and general well being. I can’t think of anyone else as my go-to Chinese medicine expert now.” FS, University Lecturer

“Patrizia offers her unique knowledge, experience and wisdom of healing with compassion and curiosity. Her approach is non intrusive and sensitive. Patrizia uses both Tuina and Acupuncture helping me connect more deeply to my body.”  GP, Psychotherapist

“Patrizia is amazing! She is hugely knowledgeable about Chinese Medicine and takes time to learn about everything from my diet and nutrition to sleep patterns and energy levels. She has used Acupuncture and Tuina to release tension in my back and neck over a couple of sessions and every time I come out the aches have diminished and I feel so much lighter and calmer. The space she creates is relaxing, welcoming and nurturing, and treatments are carried out with great skill and kindness.”  KESB, Architect

“I strongly recommend Patrizia, she really helped me with my upper back pain. After the Tuina massage I felt more relaxed and the pain disappeared.” RA, Business System Analyst

“The law of Yin and Yang is the natural order of the universe, the foundation of all things, mother of all changes, the root of life and death. In healing, one must grasp the root of the disharmony, which is always subject to the law of Yin and Yang.”
The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine, translated by Maoshing Ni

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