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Yan’s Natural Medical Centre Dr. Stephen Yan M.B. CH.B ( Shanghai Medical School of Fu Dan University ) Dip. of Advanced Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine Member of The N.Z. Register of Acupuncturist Incorporated Lecturer of NZ School of Acupuncture & TCM ACC Acredited Expert of Tai Chi, Qi (Chi) Gong & other rehabilitation exercises Specialised in the treatments of : all sports injuries, stiff & painful joints ,spinal conditions, menopause syndrome & other woman health issues , irritable bowels, crohn’s disease, migraine, headache, insomnia, chronic fatigue, depression, skin problems. Also provide Deep tissue massage ,Acu-pressure massage ,and herbal medicine treatments. for classes information ( tai chi , qi gong , kung fu ) ,please check my website Address : Level 2 , 150 Featherston St, Wellington , Wellington 0 ph :04 4711818 , fax :04 4997172 , mobile : 021 1875654 , website : www.tai-chi.co.nz


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Contact NameStephen Yan
AddressLevel 3
150 Featherston Street
Wellington
North Island
Phone044 711 818
Mobile0211 875 654
Fax044 997 172
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Websitehttp://www.chinzahealth.co.nz/


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Welcome to Yan's Natural Medical Centre Specialised in the treatments of : All sports injuries, stiff & painful joints ,spinal conditions, menopause syndrome & other woman health issues , irritable bowels, crohn’s disease, migraine, headache, insomnia, chronic fatigue, depression, skin problems. Also provide Deep tissue massage ,Acupressure massage ,and herbal medicine treatments. Dr. Stephen Yan , born Yan Zhi Jun in Shanghai, is a well known and respected Chinese Martial Arts teacher and practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor. Dr. Yan is also a published author, writing under the pen name of Yan Zi Yuan. As a teenager in the 1970s Stephen was faced with a situation many young men of the world face each and every day. The neighboring bullies were making day-to-day life miserable for Stephen and his friends. Stephen decided the best way to resolve the daily conflict was to learn Martial Arts, so that he would be able to protect his friends and family. At the young age of 13, Stephen began learning Bei Shaolin Kung Fu (Northern Shaolin) with Master Du Bao Kuen who was the top disciple of Master Dong Zhong Yi. During these early years Stephen was also privileged to study Kung Fu with Grand Master Lu Zheng Du.
Wu Tia Chi Stephan learned Wu Chian Chuan Tai Chi Chuan directly under Grand Master Ma Yueh Liang and Grand Master Wu Ying Hua and in fact is one of only 3 students, including Ma Jiang Bao and Shi Mei Lin, who learnt the complete system. The Wu system of Tai Chi Chuan includes empty-handed forms, Tui Shou (Push Hands), weaponry, Tai Chi Nei Kung, etc. He was also fortunate enough to be taught Er Shr Si Taiji Yin Yang Nei Kung (Taiji 12 segment Yin methods and 12 Yang methods, internal exercises) by Master Cheng Ting Hung, this Nei Kung had somehow been lost in mainland China and has now been preserved by Stephen. For classes information ( tai chi , qi gong , kung fu ) ,please check my website
Fees First visit for new patients $85.00 (50 minutes session) Following visits is $65.00 per session ( 40-45 minutes ) ACC patients cost $25.00 for each session


QUALIFICATION DETAILS

  • Dr. Stephen Yan
  • M.B. CH.B ( Shanghai Medical School of Fu Dan University )
  • Dip. of Advanced Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine
  • Member of The N.Z. Register of Acupuncturist Incorporated
  • Lecturer of NZ School of Acupuncture & TCM
  • ACC Acredited
  • Expert of Tai Chi, Qi (Chi) Gong & other rehabilitation exercises
  • Master Level of Kung Fu


    Service Categories
    Acupressure, Acupuncture, Deep Tissue Massage, Herbalists, Sports Injury Therapy, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Womens Health

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