DJ Beauty provides skin care, aroma body treatments, waxing, and acupuncture in the La Canada, CA area. Serving La Canada-Flintridge Since 2005
The products that we choose to use are solely carried by professionals. Every batch of our products are fully tested for absolute purity, avoiding comedogenics and allergy causing ingredients, and using only food grade preservatives. Our staff is energetic, enthusiastic, and passionately interested in our customers' needs and improving their confidence. Quality care during your visit is our promise to you!
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Daphne Ouyang was a make-up artist at the Beijing Film Studio from 1985 to 1988. She worked as an esthetician in Beijing and Shenzhen, and many top beauty salons after that. In 1997 she came to America and went back to school and graduated from Cinema Make-up School in 1999 and John Ridgel's Academy of Beauty in 2000. In that same year she received her California Esthetician License and then worked at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel Spa in downtown L.A. for almost four years. From 2005 to 2012, she worked inside of HAN'S Beauty Spa in La Canada.
Dr. Geng is a Board Certified Acupuncturist, has a Master of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and is a Doctor of Philosophy in Oriental Medicine. Dr. Geng has been working in this field for over 30 years. He is a professor and supervisor at South Baylo University and Clinic in Los Angeles. He speaks English and Mandarin.
Acupuncture is an integral part of Oriental medicine which includes herbology, acupressure, nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle counseling. As one of the oldest, continually practiced, deliberate medicines in the world, it has evolved into a highly sophisticated system designed to cure illness and maintain health and well-being.
Acupuncture and Oriental medicine work by re-establishing balance and harmony within the body. The general theory is based on the premise that there are patterns of energy called Qi that flow throughout the body. This energy circulates in a system which externally/internally ties together meridians, organs, and the tendino-muscular system. When energy flow of the human body is disrupted due to trauma, poor diet, stress, or other conditions, pain and illness result. Acupuncture seeks to correct these imbalances by inserting ultra-thin needles into specific points in the body. Stimulation of theses “acupoints” unblocks the meridians and encourages an even flow of Qi, restoring the body’s balance and relieving pain and other symptoms.
Along with acupuncture, herbal medicine is another pillar of Oriental health care. Acupuncture and herbs share the same underlying theories and principles. Ancient Chinese formulas as are as effective now as they were when first introduced over 200 years ago. Chinese herbology is considered safe and effective when prescribed by a qualified practitioner of Oriental medicine. Modern techniques have made these formulas available in pills, capsules, powders, and tinctures. A typical formula will consist of 4 to 12 herbs, and work by targeting different aspects of a patient’s imbalance. The herbalist weighs many factors when preparing an herbal formula, the benefits of which can be substantial.
Yes. Although they are quite different approaches and ways of looking at the body, Oriental and Western medicine complement each other. In fact, they can be integrated to offer the patient a system of optimal health care.
Very. In California, a licensed acupuncturist is a primary health care provider, and is a well-trained physician. The practice is safe and virtually free from side effects.
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