Mildura Weekly : Friday March 11 Vol 10 No 18
13 FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 2016 MILDURAWEEKLY.COM.AU 61 Orange Avenue, Mildura | Tel (03) 5023 7776 | Mob: 0452 261 636 | Open 7 Days 9am - 9pm www.facebook.com/angelsorientalmassage Come in to experience the tranquil ambience of freshly brewed herbal teas to warm the soul, salt lamps to heal the body & aromas of beautiful essential oils to tantalise the senses. Let our therapeutic masseurs work out your body delicately in our cosy private rooms. Angels Oriental Massage is now offering Bio-Electric Massage Therapy, an exclusive and one-of-a -kind treatment for Mildura cliental and a first in Australia. Derived from 5000 years of Chinese medical therapy, combined with modern bio-electric technology, this treatment is designed to stimulate and remove blockages in the body’s meridian passage, which can assist with a host of health issues. According to Chinese medicine theory, the meridian passage (the blood channel path) transports blood around the body as well as distributing the body’s energy flow or ‘Qi’ (chee). If there are blockages in the meridian passage, health issues can arise such as digestive problems, nerve and muscle tissue damage, fatigue and inflammation. Bio-Electric Massage Therapy has several key roles. It clears these blockages in the median passage, promotes blood circulation, activates cells within the body, activates nerve and muscle tissue, regulates the digestive system, has a strong anti-inflammatory effect, serves as an analgesic that relieves tension and pain, purifies and detoxifies the body and can also aid in beauty, slimming and fitness. It can also provide the same benefits as acupuncture. Angel’s Oriental Massage owner, Kenny Fong, said that Bio- Electric Massage Therapy has only been used in a private or training environment in Australia up until now. Its availability in Mildura represents the first time the general public can benefit from the practice. Bio-Electric Massage Therapy can help with a massive range of medical and health issues including psoriasis, neck and shoulder care, menstrual pain, insomnia, facial paralysis, sports injuries, headaches/migraines, diabetes, varicose veins, gout, obesity, toothache and eye sight problems. The sensation of the treatment could be best described as a deep tissue massage combined with Chinese acupuncture. Tw o pads attached to a DDS machine are placed on the back. The Qi Gong Master was invited to Australia by Angels Oriental Massage and is only here for a limited time. A soft electric current follows the Master’s hand movements, feeling like a firm massage. Muscle tension, aches and pains are immediately tended to during the treatment. After receiving Bio-Electric Massage Therapy, a tea made of ancient Chinese herbs is offered to assist in the cleansing and removal of any impurities in the body. Within just one 30-minute treatment, the body feels instantly relaxed and problem areas such as muscle tension, lower back pain, headaches and sore joints are relieved. Kenny stressed that Angels Oriental Massage is about much more than simply massage. “Yes, we do massage, but we offer professional treatment for a large range of medical and health conditions,” he said. “A nd by bringing in a Qi Gong Master from China for our Bio-Electric Massage Therapy we are able to offer a service not available to the general public anywhere else in Australia.” Angels Oriental Massage also has a base in Robinvale and is able to offer Robinvale residents Bio-Electric Massage Therapy, provided at least five people are booked in for the day. Now offering Bio-Electric Massage Therapy, an exclusive and one-of-a-kind treatment for Mildura cliental and a first in Australia. For more information or to make an appointment, contact Angels Oriental Massage. For a limited time only, Angels Oriental Massage is offering a free 10-minute trial of Bio-Electric Massage Therapy, allowing Sunraysia residents to experience the treatment. ABOVE: The before and after photos show the amazing result that is achieved after the therapy.
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