Seven Treasures Healing Arts
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Promoting Wellness and Health with
Acupuncture, Zen Shiatsu, Reiki, and Chinese Herbs

Klinika Pivoňka
(Office inside Klub Pivoňka) 
Dělnická 54, 3rd Floor
Prague 7, 170 00
Trams: 1, 12, 25  Stop: Maniny


+420 732 154 881

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Appointment Times

Monday: 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 2:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Thursday: 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Additional times may be available, please ask.
Sessions are conducted in English. 
Czech translators are available on Monday and Thursday. 


Ordinuji na Klinice Pivoňka 
Ulice Dělnická 54, Praha 7, 170 00, 3. patro, v klubu Pivoňka
Ke klinice jezdí tramvaje 1, 12, 25, zastávka "Maniny"
   

Magisterský titul: Akupunktura a orientální medicína

Certifikovaná odbornice na Zen shiatsu

Reiki mistr

Čínské byliny     Čínská dietetika

Pondělí: 08:00 - 13:30

Středa: 14:00 - 20:00

Čtvrtek: 10:30 - 16:40


Jiný termín je možný po předchozí domluvě.

Jazyky: Angličtina a základní úroveň češtiny

Tlumočnice z/do českého jazyka je k dispozici v pondělí a ve čtvrtek.

Objednaný čas vyhrazuji pouze objednanému klientovi, nevěnuji se zároveň nikomu jinému.
Sezení zahrnuje akupunkturu, asijskou techniku práce s tělem jako je zen shiatsu nebo masáže tuina,
Reiki, a další tradiční čínské postupy léčení. V případě potřeby Vám předepíši bylinky
(k zakoupení na patře v Pragonu, opět pouze platba v hotovosti) a v souladu s asijskými léčebnými tradicemi doporučím změny ve výživě či životním stylu.
    


Asian, or Oriental, medicine is a 5,000-year-old tradition of health care that addresses acute and chronic conditions, assists healing of existing health concerns and is a key part of maintaining good health. Treatments draw from the four pillars of Oriental medicine: acupuncture, bodywork, exercise/meditation and herbal medicine. Other techniques also include electrical stimulation, herbs, moxabustion, ear seeds, magnets, and fire or suction cups to promote optimal healing.Today the value of this ancient medicine is recognized by many organizaitons, including the World Health Organization (WHO) and the National Institute for Health (NIH).



Seven Treasures' Office in Austin, Texas closed effective October 1, 2013.

Thank you to all the wonderful patients that I met
since opening my practice in Austin in 2009. 

I  highly recommend the following practitioners:


Suzanne Rittenberry, L.Ac.
Oak Hill Healing Arts
7413 Old Bee Caves Rd., Austin, TX 78735
512-537-3739 or 512 632-5795, cell

Jagjit Khalsa, L.Ac., L.M.T.
Harmony and Health
4219 Williams Dr., Georgetown, TX 78624

Sessions with  Susan L. Ondrasek, L.Ac.

Sessions combine acupuncture, Asian bodywork (zen shiatsu and/or tuina), Reiki and Chinese herbs to promote health and wellness. Appropriate lifestyle and nutrition suggestions are also given. First appointments last approximately 1.5 to 2 hours for an in-depth health assessment and diagnosis followed by treatment. Follow-up sessions are about 1 hour to  1.5 hours.

Patients should wear loose, comfortable clothing. It is best to eat something about 1-2 hours before the appointment. Although patients may brush their teeth, they should not brush their tongue before the appointment. (Tongue diagnosis is very important in Chinese medicine.) Patients should not not wear any makeup or perfume/cologne.




Main Scope of Practice
  • Allergies—respiratory, food, seasonal
  • Digestive issues—constipation, diarrhea, acid reflux, irritable bowel syndrome, gas and bloating
  • Endocrine imbalance—hypothyroidism, fatigue
  • Emotional issues—depression, anxiety, irritability
  • Pain—musculo-skeletal, headache, migraines, arthritis, neuropathic
  • Respiratory—common cold, flu, cough, asthma, bronchitis
  • Scar reduction
  • Sleep issues—insomnia, disturbed or poor sleep
  • Smoking cessation
  • Stress management—fatigue, anxiety, poor sleep
  • Urinary issues—urinary tract infections, night time urination, frequent urination, incontinence
  • Weight issues—weight loss or weight gain
  • Women's health—irregular or painful periods, premenstrual menstrual syndrome (PMS), morning sickness, menopause (hot flashes, night sweats), urinary tract infections
  • Facial rejuvenation

 Services

     Acupuncture
          with
  Asian Bodywork
        and/or
  Other Modalities
 

 



 
Auricular (Ear)
Acupuncture


About 30 minutes: 
(primarily used for smoking cessation, weight loss)



 Stop Smoking Program

A combination of full treatments and auricular (ear) acupuncture
with Chinese herbs is recommended.

Auricular Acupuncture:
First week: 2-3 treatments 
Second week: 1-2 treatments
Third, fourth, fifth weeks: 1 treatment
Thereafter: as needed

According to Oriental medicine, ear acupuncture combined 
with Chinese herbs helps people stop smoking, and reduces withdrawal symptoms such as increased appetite, irritability, cravings, headaches, fatigue, poor concentration, and difficulty sleeping.


    Facial Rejuvenation

Initial 12-session series:
                8 sessions, twice weekly for four weeks
                4 sessions, once weekly for four weeks
                After that maintenance sessions

                 

 Zen Shiatsu/Reiki
1 hour
 Reiki 1 hour

 
 Herbal Consultations
30 minutes 



               
    About Susan L. Ondrasek

    - Licensed Acupuncturist
    - Diplomate in Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
    - Master's in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Academy of Oriental  
       Medicine at Austin, 2008
    - AOMA Occupational Acupuncture Certificate, July 2009
    - Bachelor's in Journalism, Sam Houston State University, 1978
    - AOBTA-certified Zen Shiatsu Practitioner, 2005
     - Reiki practitioner, 1984; Reiki Master in Seichem Reiki, 1997,  
       and Usui Reiki, 2005



Speaker and Teacher
:
Traditional Chinese Medicine Congress, Prague, Czech Republic: November 2009, "Treating Fatigue with Traditional Chinese Medicine Principles" ; November 2010, "Treating Obesity with Traditional Chinese Medicine", Dallas and Austin. Taught zen shiatsu in Romania and Czech Republic, 2005.
"Treating Fatigue with Traditional Chinese Medicine Principles", Dallas, Austin, 2010-2011.
Teaching classes at the Traditional Chinese Medicine School in Prague, beginning January 2014.

Susan Ondrasek's interest in health, healing and complementary medicine was sparked  when she became a Reiki practitioner and received her first acupuncture treatment in the 1980s. Although she worked in the field of journalism, she continued to pursue these interests informally or by writing about them. Ultimately, her complementary medicine studies culminated with a master's degree in acupuncture and Oriental medicine (MAcOM) from the Academy of Oriental Medicine at Austin (AOMA) in December 2008. Her graduate studies included acupuncture, Chinese herbs, zen shiatsu (Japanese acupressure), tui na (Chinese bodywork), and biomedicine.

She practiced in Austin from March 2009 to October 2013. In January 2014 she joined the staff of Klinika Pivoňka in Prague 7. In addition to her professional practice, she gives talks on Asian medicine, TCM nutritional principles, fatigue, obesity, and other health issues; and teaches zen shiatsu and Reiki classes.

Although AOMA's graduate program primarily focuses on traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), Ms. Ondrasek has broadened her focus to include five-element and esoteric acupuncture to address emotional and spiritual issues. In June 2009, she completed the AOMA Occupational Acupuncture Course.

Ms. Ondrasek began her zen shiatsu studies in Prague, Czech Republic in 2002. She moved to Austin in 2003 to resume her zen shiatsu studies at AOMA and decided to complete the school's acupuncture program. She become an AOBTA-certified (American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia) zen shiatsu practitioner in July 2005 and kicked off her practice that summer teaching in Romania and the Czech Republic.

In 1983, Ms. Ondrasek became a first-degree Reiki (hands-on-healing) practitioner; in 1998 she became a master/ teacher of Seichem Reiki and in 2005 of Usui Reiki. Additionally, she attended the School for Enlightenment and Healing in San Diego in 1995, studying Barbara Brennan's hands-on-healing techniques, Pathwork and Bio-energetics. In 2003, she studied Plant Spirit Medicine in Colorado.

The native Texan worked as a journalist, editor, publisher and publicist in Dallas, San Francisco, Austin, and Prague. She primarily covered real estate at The Dallas Times Herald, The San  Francisco Examiner and The Prague Post; and created and published a parenting magazine in Dallas. While living in Prague in the 1990s, she also taught English and hatha yoga classes.

Ms. Ondrasek has been practicing Transcendental Meditation and Iyengar-style hatha yoga since 1986.

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Susan Ondrasek, Susan L. Ondrasek, Susan Ondrášek,
Seven Treasures Healing Arts, www.klinikapivonka.cz,
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