Sessions are designed to help relieve pain, stress and tightness in the body to achieve optimum results. Every client is different and every treatment regimen is unique. Treatment techniques are crafted for the client's individual needs.


Whether it is massage for stress and tension, relaxation or pain from injuries and life in general, Keanna is highly trained to cover all aspects of the client's needs. A comforting, yet stimulating atmosphere, in which clients will be able to relax both their body and mind, is provided. Sessions are focused on the client reconnecting daily living and physical activity to true purpose, through a wide range of holistic methods including therapeutic massage, body work and health & wellness.

Massage Therapy

Massage, in Chinese called 'an mo' or 'tui na', it is another great contribution of the Chinese people made to the world medical field. It is a kind of outer physiotherapy and has been approved to be one of great practical use. As doctors hold that, a network - 'jing luo' in human body serves as a passage for vital energy and blood, organs and joints all to be the entity of body, they regulate it through outside force of hands directly acting on the injured part, and turn the scale of pathological changes or improve the organ function to maintain health.


This marvelous treatment as a branch of Chinese medicine also has a long history. The earliest record on massage is in the inscriptions on bones or tortoise shells of the Shang Dynasty (16th -11th century BC). During the Spring and Autumn Period (770 - 476 BC), a story that a miracle-working doctor Bian Que healed the faint prince through massage was written down, illustrating the amazing effect in such an early time. In the Northern and Southern Dynasties (386 - 589), six techniques of hand massage evolved and became more professional, such as to strand, shake, twine, twiddle, knead and roll, which are still widely used. Today it has developed over 20 varieties of techniques and the study on of it is thriving.
Depending on the strength and direction of hand, the power sinking into the body differs. Consequently some reach only the skin, some to the pulses, muscle and even marrow. The effects of massage have been affirmed by people who have experienced, that is, relieving the bones and muscles, detumescence, acesodyne, adjusting dislocation of the joints, removal of muscle spasm and so on. Today the massage by the blind in China has been a fashion because of the effect and the provision of work chance.


Besides these massages for cure, there are also ones for keeping fit. Kneading the acupoints around eyes can give you a good eyesight; massaging simply and exactly on the three acupoints of head can quickly relax yourself; and massaging feet known as reflexology in the west can reflect the effects all parts of the human body, as the feet have a close relationship with the whole body and are known as the 'second heart'.


The benefits of massage


There are numerous benefits to massage, many still currently being researched to provide evidence-based accreditation. However it is accepted that massage:


Aids general wellness and promotes sense of well-being

Relaxes the soft tissues and joints

Reduces stress and anxiety and so helps boost the immune system

Can improve body awareness

Helps relaxation

Can aid sleep

Helps to relieve everyday aches and pains, such as back, neck and shoulder aches

Reduces muscular tension and so improves posture

Can be used in support of other therapies to assist in the rehabiliation of muscular injuries


The Acupuncture Center is very lucky to have Keanna as part of our clinic.

She is a 2004 graduate of Heritage College and holds an Associate Degree in Occupational Studies in Massage Therapy.  Specializing in Deep Tissue Massage, Key has a natural talent for finding and eliminating  problem areas, and excels in her ability to achieve optimal relaxation, pain relief and fast results.  As a Reiki practitioner she often combines energy work with her treatments in order to treat the whole person, body, mind and spirit.    

Keanna "Key" Dibben

To Schedule an appointment with Keanna you can call the clinic or schedule online at your convenience.