Children Wellness

Conditions & Treatments

Children Wellness

At AromaOasis, we make Chinese Medicine available to children and babes as well. In Chinese Pediatric Medicine, children are not treated as little adults but rather as unique individual make-up at a specific developmental stage with specific needs.

With the understanding that children prefer a gentle yet effective approach to healing, we introduce Chinese infant massage, , food cure herbal formula, gentle babe cupping to improve and maintain the delicate system inherent in a child’s body.By incorporating these modalities, we will be able to address a variety of conditions, which includes but not limited to:

  • Bed-wetting
  • Diarrhea, Poor Appetite, Indigestion, Malnutrition
  • Common Cold, Cough & Asthma, Allergies
  • Developmental Disabilities (marked by sensory & motor impairments)

The World Health Organization appears to be in favor of Chinese Medicine for treating pediatric disorders such as cough:

“Although the specific treatment for pertussis is antimicrobials, the paroxysmal coughing is usually very distressing. There has been a report that acupuncture could hasten the cure as well as relieving the cough.”

Traditional Chinese Style Baby Massage

Dr. Jennifer Gao is a passionate, influential doctor and educator of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). She comes from a long line of TCM doctors in her family, having practiced in China and Canada. She graduated in Guangzhou TCM University, got Bachelor’s Medicine in China, she has a stellar reputation amongst students and patients.

Ghada Khodr (R. Ac; BA, Bsc.)

Registered Acupuncturist

Ghada has been a health practitioner since she graduated from the Health Sciences department of the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. She then worked for the Red Cross Blood Transfusion Center for nine years. Living in eight different countries afterwards, she was presented the opportunity to study and become licensed in many different fields such as aromatherapy, hypnotherapy, EFT (emotional freedom technique), Shiatsu and other holistic approaches to health.

Daniel Wu R.TCM.P B.Sc.

Registered TCM Practitioner

Daniel Wu Jun is currently a Registered TCM pracitioner with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of British Columbia. He graduated from the ICTCMV in Vancouver. After finishing his Doctor of TCM Program, Daniel did his TCM internship in Chengdu, China. At the Provincial TCM Hospital of Chengdu University of TCM, he completed the advanced training program on common diseases treated by TCM, including acupuncture-moxibostion and Tuina (massage) therapies. Daniel has a passion for wellness and health. He feels extremely rewarded seeing patients suffer less after his treatments. Being very active in sports, he has a particular interest in musculoskeletal disorders and pain management.

Dr. Jacqueline Chan

Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Jacqueline is currently a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine and a TCM instructor at the PCU College of Holistic Medicine.  She is confident, compassionate, and diligent. Clients seek her help with a variety of conditions especially regarding pain management of the hips / knees / lower back, emotion & sleep disorders, skin conditions, fertility / gynecological disorders, and digestive disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome

Collen Bodez (RMT)

Registered Massage Therapist

Colleen is passionate about massage therapy, studying the brain, cooking and eating healthy organic food, exercising and going for walks in nature. Colleen tailors her treatment to each individual. This is done by tuning into the client’s body rhythm and asking his or her body which therapy that Colleen offers is best for the individual at that time. Colleen’s intuitive and palpation skills are highly developed. She is able to feel the movement of fluid, bones, and organs, as well as muscle tension and restrictions in the connective tissue(fascia).