Services

agnieszka-kowalczyk-749444-unsplash.jpg
 

Personal Training Sessions

All sessions are tailored to meet your personal needs and goals.

The 1st session is 90 minutes long, and includes a 30-minute consultation followed by a tailored training session.

After only a few sessions, you will be able to form a personal practice, that can be refined for a lifetime.


Athletic Power Training

Increase your strength and agility using Traditional Chinese Internal Martial Arts. Exercises incorporate full-body movements combined with breath, with a focus on conditioning, strength and power training.

Health & Wellness

A personalized approach to your body and mind’s well-being, adapted to your fitness level. Incorporates Qigong, meditation and breath to increase internal power, vitality, stamina and conditioning.

Injury Rehabilitation

Whether you are injured physically, mentally, or emotionally, this program will help you rebuild your body, mind and spirit. Using Traditional Chinese Medicine and Qigong methods we will bring your body to its optimum potential.

Session Costs

All new client visits include an initial 30-minute consultation for diagnosis plus a 60-minute treatment.


 

Personal Training

1st visit & consultation: $125 – 90 minutes
Subsequent visits: $100 – 60 minutes / $350 – 4-Pack 60 minutes

Small Group Private Training

Groups of 2-4 people, for personalized training.

1st visit & group consultation: $175 – 90 minutes
Subsequent group visits: $140 – 60 minutes / $490 – 4-Pack 60 minutes


Workshop Facilitator

Yang Family Xinyi, martial arts, Qigong, Traditional Chinese Medicine

Setup a workshop in your area. All workshops can be tailored to fit your needs (ie. martial arts focus, Qigong focus, or various Traditional Chinese Methods).


Massage & Bodywork

My approach is steeped in the 5,000 year old ancient methods of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Chinese internal martial arts to promote health and treat disease. This follows the old Daoist principles of balancing Yin and Yang and refining "the three treasures".

Using the meridian systems (energetic pathways) of the body, we can manipulate the "three treasures", Jing (essence), Qi (breath), and Shen (spirit) to restore balance and harmony. Energetically and physically a massage treatment will properly reset your body and mind leaving you feeling rejuvenated.

Massage Sessions & Costs

All new client visits include an initial 30-minute consultation for diagnosis plus a 60-minute treatment.


 

Chinese Xinyi (heart/mind) Massage*

Acupressure Massage — Hands, Feet & Scalp

Moxabustion*

Cupping* (60 min only)

Sports Massage*

Relaxation Massage

1st visit & consultation: $120 – 90 minutes
Subsequent visits: $100 – 60 minutes

*These treatments can include cupping or moxabustion based on the diagnosis.

Currently, Three Treasures does not issue insurance receipts for reimbursement.


 
 

Traditional Chinese Medicine Methods

Suzhou Traditional Chinese Medicine Museum

Suzhou Traditional Chinese Medicine Museum

TCM uses many different methods and tools such as Qigong Exercise Prescription, Diet/Nutrition, Herbology, Moxabustion, Acupuncture, Cupping Therapy, TuiNa Massage, and Psychology, to treat any imbalance or disease. A wholistic approach is taken for each client according to their particular problem.  


Qigong Exercise

Prescription is the art of prescribing specific Qigong Exercises as a method for the client to practice healing methods for themselves. This is a very important and often overlooked modality of TCM.

Diet/Nutrition 

The art of combining foods to treat illness and promote health. In TCM, nutrition is also a very important method for the client to become part of the healing process.

Herbology

The art of using and combining herbs to treat any illness. Herbs can be used in many ways, such as; raw and pill herbal formula (internally taken), herbal linaments (external), herbal patches, herbal tonics, foot soaks, etc.

Moxabustion

The art of burning the herb, Mugwart (AiYe). Rolled into sticks and burned near or directly on the skin to treat agreat number of issues.

Diet/Nutrition 

The art of combining foods to treat illness and promote health. In TCM, nutrition is also a very important method for the client to become part of the healing process.

Acupuncture

The art of inserting very thin, rounde tip needles into the body in certain points on the meridian pathways, in order to manipulate Jing, Qi, and Shen (The Three Treasurers).

Cupping

The art of using glass or bamboo cups combined with fire or steam to create a suction that pulls toxins out of the body. Great for sports injuries, colds and pain.

TuiNa

TCM Massasge, it includes a wide varray of treatments and methods.

Qing Zhi Bing (TCM Psychology)

The art of using TCM principles to diagnose and treat imbalances in the mind and spirit.