Nurturing Triathlete Health in southern Orange County, California

Promoting Health Through
Asian Body Therapy

Dating back 2,500 years, Oriental medicine ranks among the oldest and most commonly used sysem of healing in the world. The greatest force in the human body is the natural drive of the body to heal itself. Holistic health care emphasizes the organic or functional relation between parts and the whole heart, mind, body and spirit.

Healing Services

Medical Massage
Tui Na Massage
An Mo Massage
Jin Shin Tao (TM)
Qigong Energy Work
PsychoAcoustic Healing

Associated Healing Services

Heat Treatments
Cupping Massage
Asian Herbal Formulas
Tai Chi Chuan Instruction
Qigong Exercise Instruction

Acupressure is an Oriental Massage Technique that restores the free flow of Qi and blood. This inturn allows the immuine system to operate at its optimum. Another specialty is Qigong, a Chinese exercise system that focuses on cultivating and attracting life force energies. It regulates the body and mind through quiet, relaxation and mind concentration.

TCM Healing Arts' mission if to foster harmony of the body, mind, and spiriit by focusing on Asian Health Care Therapies.

TCM Healing Arts offers several categories of Asian and Modern therapies to relax the muscles, to relieve aches and pains, to clear energy blockages, and to promote health. All treatments are performed while you remain fully clothed. There is no need to undress although it is preferred that you wear loose fitting clothing and that you remove your shoes, necklaces, and other jewelry during the treatment.


An Mo - The general relaxation massage (An Mo) was first practiced instinctively by blind men and later passed down as a family tradition. A variety of hand techniques consisting of grasping, pressing, penetrating, rubbing and rolling are used to stimulate the chi energy system, acupressure points, and energy meridians/channels - which in turn affects the physical body.

Tui Na - One of the oldest developed massage system, Tui Na utilizes pushing and grabbing to treat soft tissue damage, joint and tendon diseases and internal disorders.

Wai Qi Liao Fa - In China, scientists are currently conducting research on the effects of external chi healing (Wai Qi Liao Fa) on cancer patients. By projecting their external chi, Qigong doctors have thus far achieved remarkable results in speeding up the recovery process.

Shiatsu - Developed in Japan in the early twentieth century, Shiatsu translates into the word shi (finger) and atsu (pressure). Also known as acupressure, Shiatsu applies pressure through the fingers, thumb and palm to particular points of the body to ease aches, pains, fatigue and tension by stimulating the body's natural powers of recuperation.

Working the same points as acupuncture, Shiatsu helps promote general good health by strengthening the internal organs and by preventing blockage of energy in the body. Athletes, in particular, utilize Shiatsu for a faster recovery from injuries.

Reiki - Also developed in Japan in the early twentieth century, Reiki is an energetic healing art form which utilizes and stimulates the bodies inate healing abilities.

Jin Shin Tao Acupressure (TM) - Jin Shin Tao Acupressure (TM) is another form of acupressure. Incorporating Japanese meditation techniques and dietary principles, Jin Shin is a form of connecting acupressure points or "Tsubo" in a light, orderly fashion. Gentle, but firm pressure, is used in order to release and direct chi flow.

PsychoAcoustic Healing - Often referred to as "Sound Healing", psychoacoustic therapy is the use of music, Tibetan and Gregorian chants, or specific sound frequencies generated by Tibetan singing bowls, crystal singing bowls, or tuning forks to impart vibrational resonance to your body and energy meridians to promote release of tension and pain and to promote well being and health. Psychoacoustic therapy is often beneficial for resolution of sleeping disorders, depression, and tension.

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Cathrene Diane Glick, CMT

Cathrene discovered the benefits of Tai Ji Chuan and Qigong in 1983 and has continued her studies under several martial arts instructors. Her training includes: Yang and Chen style Tai Ji, Taoist Qigong (internal martial art), and Choi-Li-Fut (Shaolin martial art). Ms. Glick is a certified Level IV Reiki Master Practicioner.

Ms. Glick is a graduate from the Acupressure Institute in Berkeley, CA with an extended specialty in Asian Body Therapy. Ms. Glick also has training in Medical Qigong Theory and Applications from the Longevity Center in San Jose, California and Medical Qigong Clinical Training through the International Institute of Medical Qigong in Pacific Grove, California.

Ms. Glick also incorporates sound healing therapies into her practice as applied through PsychoAcoustic techniques (application of sound to body tissues). She has completed Level I training through Acutonics (sound healing applications) and draws from her background in engineering, physics, seismology and acoustics for selection of musical and energetic/vibrational applications.

Ms. Glick also holds a BS degree in Engineering Geology and has been in government and private practice as a Civil Engineer, Engineering Geologist, Hydrogeologist, Engineering Seismologist, Environmental Manager, and Television Broadcast Engineer.

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