Acupuncture | Massage Therapy
Traditional Chinese Medicine
Our Name Has Changed
We are excited to announce that Jinna’s Acupuncture Centre has changed its name to Shoreside Wellness Centre. Even though the name may have changed, Jinna and the clinic’s friendly, caring staff have not. In business since 1995, we will continue to provide acupuncture, registered massage therapy and traditional Chinese medicine to the residents of Port Credit, Mississauga and the GTA.
About the Clinic
Our clinic has been proudly serving patients in Port Credit and Mississauga since 1995, offering acupuncture, registered massage therapy and traditional chinese medicine in a warm and relaxing setting.
Our practitioners are some of the best in Mississauga in treating chronic and acute health concerns.
Awarded "Top 3 Acupuncture" clinics in Mississauga in 2022.
Awarded "Top 3 Acupuncture" clinics in Mississauga in 2021.
Awarded "Top 3 Acupuncture" clinics in Mississauga in 2017.
Awarded Star of Mississauga for Service Excellence in 2015.
Registered Acupuncturist, Registered Massage Therapist (R. Ac., R. TCMP, RMT )
Jinna Zheng is a Registered Acupuncturist, Registered Massage Therapist and a Registered Traditional Chinese Medical Practitioner. She has practiced acupuncture and Chinese medicine since 1992.
The following are her credentials:
Registered Acupuncturist (R. Ac.)
Certified Registered Massage Therapist since 2009 (R.M.T.)
Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner (R. TCMP)
Ceritified by Ontario Acupuncture Examination Committee
Certified Yoga Instructor since August 2000
Certified Thai Massage Level II since April 2004
Certified through the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario (CTCMPAO)
Registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO)
What Our Patients Are Saying
I would highly recommend Jinna and her team of professionals to everyone, whether you want to upkeep your health or especially if you are experiencing any type of health problems. I have been seeing Jinna & Charmy since 2017 and they have helped me resolve stubborn painful neck stiffness to infertility problems. Not to mention they have helped 3 of my friends conceive naturally! I am a customer for life and enjoy going to see her and her team on a weekly basis! Don't know what I’d do without them! Even throughout the pandemic they have maintained a super safe and comfortable environment to visit, during lockdown it was like a getaway for me! Thank you for everything you do Jinna, Charmy & Team!
WHAT TO EXPECT
Your first treatment will consist of 90 minutes, with approximately 30 minutes set aside for a health assessment, and the remaining time for treatment.
The health assessment will consist of going through a health history form, where general questions about your health are asked, and the practitioner will proceed with a Traditional Chinese Medicine diagnostic (checking tongue, pulse, eyes, etc).
Your practitioner will then proceed with a personalized treatment based on your needs, and may even prescribe natural herbs to supplement depending on your health goals.
What is Qi?
The philosophy of Qi permeates throughout all of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is what all of Chinese Medicine is in accordance with. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, Qi, (pronounced 'chi') is the universal life force, that embraces all manifestations of energy from the material (physical objects, animate and inanimate) to the immaterial (light, movement, heat, thought, emotions). Qi is said to be in a continuous flux that transforms endlessly from one aspect to another. It is neither created or destroyed, it simply changes its manifestation.
In order to fully understand the various manifestations of Qi, the concept of Yin and Yang must also be understood in this context.
In the Chinese Medicine philosophy, Yin and Yang are terms used to describe relative opposite qualities of Qi. Yin refers to aspects of Qi that are relatively material, solid, heavy, cold, moist, cooling, dark, passive. Yang refers to aspects of Qi that are relatively immaterial, expanding, hollow, light, hot, dry, bright, aggressive and active.
Neither is greater/better/worse than the other. Both aspects, in harmony, equally balance each other within the body. Illness, pain, or other conditions are believed to be a consequence when either aspect is out of balance.
Chinese Medical Practitioners utilize this knowledge of Qi as well as 14 meridians and the approximate 361 acupressure points on the body to administer treatments such as Acupuncture, Tui Na, Cupping, just to name a few. Many practitioners will also prescribe natural herbal medication to balance these energies in the body.