Tension is who you think you should be, Relaxation is who you are. —Chinese Proverb
Before our appointment, I would like to share with you some information as hygiene measures for our practice.
– There is a hand sanitizer right at the entrance for you to use.
– Please bring something light to cover your body during the acupuncture. A clean long scarf for example.
-After each patient there is a break of at least 10 minutes to ventilate the rooms, disinfect relevant surfaces and the door handles and prevent patient encounters in the waiting room. Please come to the practice with the mask on and on time for the appointment in order to minimize the time in the waiting room.
– Please cancell your appointment by SMS or Email timely if you have cough or similar flu/cold symptoms.
Thank you for your understanding and support for our practice!
My TCM therapy
The Traditional Chinese Medicine is based on a millennia-old wealth of knowledge and experience that remains as my life-long learning and passion. It is not only to treat the different symptoms, but also to look for the cause of the diseases. I try to actively and individually support the patients on the basis of a personalized understanding of my patients from TCM perspectives. During a consultation, I will combine a detailed medical history, pulse, tongue, abdominal diagnostics and channel palpations. In this comprehensive way I am trying to consider the personal well-being, to identify the cause of any problems or imbalances to establish diagnoses and treatments for appropriate acupuncture points, herbal tea, dietary recommendations and/or Qi Gong exercises.
Acupuncture is key component of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that has been used for more than 2,000 years to activate the self-healing power to restore health. In addition, acupuncture relieves pain, stimulates the immune system thus a choice for many functional and psychosomatic disorders. In a typical treatment special acupuncture needles will be inserted into the appropriate points. By proper needling technique (acupuncture) or heating these points (moxibustion), the flow of life energy (Qi) in different organs and channels is stimulated to bring back Yin and Yang balance.
Traditional chinese herbal tea and Diet
According to the TCM guidelines, the herbs or our food have different thermal effects (hot, warm, neutral, cool and cold) and flavors according to special qualities: nourishing, moisturizing, regulating, clearing, etc. While the herbal tea works as a fundamental part of a TCM treatment, a tailored nutritional recommendation also supports the therapy to achieve valuable health benefit and helps to prevent diseases.
The Chinese medicine is a integrative healing method, the wisdom of which connects body, mind, soul, nutrition and lifestyle. Nevertheless, I find it helpful to list a selection of complaints that can be treated with Chinese medicine according to the WHO (World Health Organization), so that you might inform yourself beforehand.
Pain in the movement system (e.g. back, neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip joint, knee, foot), fibromyalgia, muscle pain, heumatoid arthritis, arthrosis, arthritis, migraine, dental pain
Acne, neurodermatitis, hay fever, psoriasis, bronchial asthma, eczema, food allergy (food intolerance), sun allergy
Supporting therapy for tumor diseases
Tumor pain, nausea and vomiting from chemotherapy
Mental and psychosomatic disorders
Depression, sleep disorders, exhaustion and chronic fatigue, headache, restlessness, smoking cessation, burn-out, irritability, irritable bladder, cardiac neuroses, stress-related complaints
Stroke, facial nerve paralysis, trigeminal neuralgia, polyneuropathy, neurosis
Irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease, diarrhea, constipation, hiccups, colic, flatulence, chronic gastritis, ulcerative colitis
Fertility disorders, fertility disorder, menstrual disorders, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), fibroids, cysts, menopausal symptoms
Eczema, eczema, anti-aging
Ear, nose and throat diseases
Chronic sinusitis, dizziness, tinnitus, sudden hearing loss
Asthma, irritable cough, chronic bronchitis
Hypertension, functional heart problems
Conjunctivitis, myopia, tired eyes, glaucoma
Diseases of the urogenital tract
Irritable bladder, chronic cystitis, prostate problems
Qi Gong and Dao Yin An Qiao
In my childhood, I learned kungfu from my dad and I loved reading kung fu novels. For 20 years I have been practicing Taiji with growing enthusiasm. By practicing Taiji and Qi Gong I can provide my patients more effective treatments.
The simple exercises can be learned at any age and without previous knowledge. Older people and those who feel “unsportive” will also find the Qi Gong exercises a pleasure to let their body freely and harmoniously move. Individual sessions in medical / therapeutic Qi Gong are possible.
Dao Yin An Qiao is an ancient Chinese form of meridians‘ treatment. The way it works is similar to acupuncture. The channels are treated via the acupuncture points, but gently and without needles. This method is practiced with the middle finger without any pressure. The Qi is thus activated to flow in the channels and thus causes the lost equilibrium to be restored and Qi blockages to be dissolved.
This also influences the organ function, because every meridian is assigned to an organ in traditional Chinese medicine. The balance between the yin and yang energies can be regulated with it. After clarification, there is the possibility of self or partner treatment in your familiar environment. The range of effects of the Dao Yin An Qiao method is – like acupuncture and acupressure – extremely extensive.
Dao: Guide the Qi and let it flow
Yin: Control and balance the qi
An: Put the middle finger on the point
Qiao: symbol for meridian, energy bridge
Huating Li 李桦婷
I was born in China and grew up in a family with a deep root of TCM tradition: my grandmother nourished her 8 children and more than 20 grandchildren with healthy Chinese cooking. She also worked with Chinese herbs to heal people. My own loving mother had magical hands: Xiao Er Tuina-a gentle massage therapy aimed to promote the health and well-being of children. After years I still remember the loving touches, the warmth and her softly singing voice! As a mother myself I have also been trying to pass the experiences to my own children.
Once someone asked the secret of a long life with quality from my grandmother (she died peacefully in her dream at the age of 97). She laughed and said: 不为良相，愿为良医(bu wei liang xiang, yuan wei liang yi), meaning “To be a good prime minister, or to be a good doctor”. When I was young, she read me many stories of eminent Chinese physicians, pharmacologists and herbalists, etc. One of them is Li Shi Zhen who really inspired me. He spent much time travelling across the countrysides, the forests and mountains to heal the folks, to listen and learn from them, and to carefully study the herbs and other medications to treat diseases. It took him 27 years to finish a scientific book of Compendium of Materia Medica with details about more than 1,800 drugs (Chinese medicine), including 1,100 illustrations and 11,000 prescriptions. The book has been translated into many different languages, and remains as the premier reference work for herbal medicine.
This tradition of accumulating knowledge and wisdom through intensive travelling and encountering different people has inspired me from the early age till today. The decision of studying international finance in France was very natural to satisfy my dream of knowing the world and people. It has also satisfied my family, after all the life as a TCM doctor in China at that time means little opportunity to study abroad and sadly did not earn a good social status. Many good ambitious students at that time pursued the international business career with a much more decent outlook. I lived and worked in multinational corporations in China, France, Germany, USA and UK for 10 years and kept reading TCM books as my hobby (yes TCM has been a lifelong hobby in our family). I even started studying acupuncture parallel to my job as a financial analyst, offered TCM consulting for friends and patients in my brother’s TCM hospital during my annual holiday China. It was not an easy decision to gradually change my route to be a TCM therapist. But as the Chinese says天时地利人和(tian shi di li ren he) a balanced decision at the right time when I was a mother of 2 children. TCM has supported me greatly in this stressful time with pregnancy, raising children and keeping myself fit and relaxed! With the pleasure I gained from both my family and patients as well as encouraged by them, I have set upon my heart firmly to follow the destiny’s call, remembering a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step 千里之行，始于足下(please click more on my professional background).
Stately approved as “Heilpraktikerin” in Germany since 2016
- Member of the national Association for Traditional Chinese Medicine -Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Traditionelle chinesische Medizin e.V.
Lecturer in the 3-year acupuncture training at the Eastern Training Center for Chinese Medicine Shou Zhong since 2021
Prof. Liu-Zhong Ye: advanced channel therapy with the most common clinical pictures: pain, skin diseases, autoimmune diseases, psychosomatic complaints, digestive disorders
Prof. Zhu Yueping: advanced Zhu Style Five elements and six climates acupuncture and herbal therapy with common clinical diseases
Dr. Andreas Kalg: Gynecology und fertility treatment with TCM
Mao Zhengyu: Dao Yin An Qiao
Prof. Liu-Zhong Ye: Meridians investigation and therapy
Prof. Ying Wang: Acupuncture with abdominal diagnosis
Prof. Chuan-Min Wang: Master Tung Acupuncture
Dr. Andreas Kalg: Jing Fang Systems by Prof. Huang Huang from Nanjing, China, Chaihu and Banxia recipes
Dr. Andreas Kalg: Treatment of rheumatic diseases and high blood pressure with Chinese medicine
2/2019 – 09/2019: Assitant of Sieglinde Wilz (a very experienced TCM therapist and lecturer in TCM pediatrics ) in her berlin TCM practice
2019-2020: Diploma of AGTCM with Shouzhong TCM School – 2 years of professional training in Chinese Herbs with practice
02/2019: Nei Yang Gong: Yi Jin Xing Qi Fa-Transform and Move the Qi with Liu Ya Fei (the official tradition holder of the Nei Yang Gong method)
10/2018 – 01/2019: Internship at the Su Hua Zan TCM Hospital with Dr. med. Liu Song Tao
12/2018: Intensive training with acupuncture: Academy Zhongshan with a focus on gynecology, pain therapy and depression support
09/2018: Nei Yang Gong: Nu Zi Qi Gong- women Qi Gong with Liu Ya Fei
2015-2016: Trained in the practice of Dr. med. Luo Fang (Chief TCM Doctor in the Hospital Bianfang of Zhuhai, China) with focus on: Acupuncture treatment for various pains, Chinese herbal therapy for skin diseases, Tuina techniques in children and Chinese diet for special patients
2013-2016: Diploma of AGTCM with Shouzhong TCM School – 3 years acupuncture training with teaching practice
2013 – 2014 Berlin School of Medicine-Heilpraktiker Intensive training
2008 Master of Science in Management (Neoma Business School, France)
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Initial anamnesis including first treatment € 120
Each additional treatment appointment € 60
First anamnesis including first treatment 80 €
Each additional treatment appointment 40 €
Acute pain treatment with acupuncture: 60 €
Follow-up consultation by email/phone with subsequent modification of a chinese herbal tea recipe 30 €
Ordering of an unchanged chinese herbal tea recipe 10 €
Discounts for students and people with low incomes are available on request.
Please donot hesitate to discuss the issue with me and we will surely find a treatment option that is acceptable for you.
Unfortunately, the statutory health insurances usually do not cover the costs.
If you plan to regularly visit the alternative practitioner (Heilpraktiker in German), additional insurance can be an advantage. The additional insurances (Zusatzversicherungen für Heilpraktiker) reimburse a large part of the treatment costs as well as the medicines prescribed by the alternative practitioner. You can take a reasonable additional insurance for alternative practitioner services with many insurers, for example with Arag, Barmenia, Continentale, Signal Iduna, Axa, Bavaria direkt, Münchener Verein, Gothaer, etc. or with other providers where the alternative practitioner additional insurance costs around 20 to 40 euros per month and covers roughly between 1000-2000 euros for your treatments.
As agreed, I will send you an invoice according to the fee schedule for alternative practitioners, which you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.You can very easily have offers sent to you at check24.de or fairfekt.de. Advice over the phone is also very competent, uncomplicated and time-saving.
Cancellation of appointments
Please make sure you cancel the agreed appointments at least 24 hours in advance, otherwise the appointment will have to be billed.
Thank you very much for your understanding.
Shou means guard, protect, Ren means humanity, Tang is practice. What it means for me to guard or protect the humanity is above all, helping the patients to better understand and perceive their own body and mind, and to awaken their own healing strength. In addition, I devoted the website name to remember one of the great Chinese Philosopher, military general, calligrapher and writer from the Ming dynasty-SHOUREN WANG(also known as Master Yangming). 仁义礼智信 (RenYiLiZhiXin) – the five Virtues are traditionally considered the foundation of a human being like the earth to a tree.
Linienstraße 119, 10115 Berlin
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+49 176 2310 4543
U Oranienburger Tor (Line U6)
Tram – U Oranienburger Tor (Line M1)
Tram – S Oranienburger Str. (Line M5)
S-Bahn – S Oranienburger Str. (Line S1 and S25)
Ground floor: Naturheilpraxis Mitte
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