+27 021 422 2193 iklwc.hq.capetown@gmail.com
Treat, Rejuvenate, Rebalance, Restore

Acupuncture & Kung Fu

Conserve, Replenish & Activate Vitality


Acupuncture & Kung Fu Health & Wellness regimes to treat, prevent, and assist to maintain and manage our health defenses with Dr. Jeff Lan. 


TCM Treatments

Kung Fu Fitness

1Mind Body Fitness

Self Care

The main focus of self-care longevity is to awaken dormant human health and healing potential. Self-care is a very active and powerful choice, to engage in the activities that are required to gain or maintain an optimal level of overall health and longevity. And in this case, overall health includes not just the physical, but the psychological, emotional, social, and spiritual components of an individual’s well-being. 1Mind-Body Fitness is a martial art based concept that combines body movement, mental focus, and controlled breathing to improve strength, balance, flexibility, and overall health. The core of 1Mind Body Fitness is Tai Chi and Qigong to connect and positively influence the body’s physical responses, thereby decreasing stress toward a calm, body, and mental relaxation. Amplifying the principles of “Keep the Mind in One ©”

Treats Serious to Minor Ailments

TCM Therapy

Treating the cause for symptomatic relief. An extensive clinical usage history. Excellent safety record. Traditional Chinese Medicine – TCM uses different perspectives to analyze health problems – the 8 Principal Patterns. The 5 Elements is another of those approaches. Each of the elements correlates to specific organs in the body, time of day, season, emotion, shape, animal, sense, color, etc. Acupuncture is a reasonable “go to” complementary treatment for most diseases and conditions. It is 100% natural. Acupuncture is seldom a once-off procedure. You might initially need twice a week for a series of weeks condition determined. Most medical aids cover acupuncture treatments, so you may want to look into that. Acupuncture is the insertion of thin, metal needles to stimulate specific points of the body that reach meridians. These stimulation points are called acupuncture points or acupoints. Traditional Chinese medicine holds that there are 365 commonly used acupuncture points on 20 meridians on the human body. In 1996, the FDA gave acupuncture its first U.S. seal of approval, when it classified acupuncture needles as medical devices. In the 20 years since, study after study indicates that, yes, acupuncture can work.

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20 Lower Burg Street

The Landing 503

Cape Town, South Africa

+27 021 422 2193 / 063 469 1383


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