/ HEALTH CONCEPT /

A Modern Approach To Ancient Wisdom

Based on Chinese wellness culture rooted in 5,000 years of ancient wisdom, Infinitus has developed a unique health concept that works for today’s conditions.

Get a Healthy Life

Tri-Balance


Health

Family

Career

Tri-Abundance


Time

Wealth

Spirit

Tri-Harmony


Individuals

Groups

Society

3 Restorations & 4 Habits

Optimize Qi


Qi (vital energy) is what drives us ahead throughout the day and determines how the body maintains our daily physiological activities. When our Qi is well maintained, we will be in our best shape inside out and can defend ourselves from various pathogenic factors.

Balancing Yin and Yang


Yin and Yang are the two opposite yet complementary forces in the universe. Yin repersents nutritions fluids in the body, while Yang provides the energy required for our daily activities. The human body will be more vulnerable to illnesses when Yin and Yang are not balanced. Therefore, balancing Yin and Yang is the key to good health.

Regulating Zangfu


Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) views the human body as an integrated whole and regards internal organs in our body as Zangfu. that is physiologically interrelated, complementary and beneficial to one another. For this reason, regulating Zangfu to maintain the organ systems that work in harmony will keep you healthy.

Zang: Heart, Liver, Spleen, Lung and Kidney.

Fu: Small Intestine, Gallbladder, Stomach, Large Intestine, Bladder and the Three Burners System.

Diet


Eat regularly with more vegetables and fruits but less meat; stopping when you are 70% full.

Rest


Practicing a healthy daily routine to get enough rest. Going to bed before 11 p.m. Taking a 20-minute afternoon nap to recharge.

Exercise


Staying physically fit and active. 10,000 steps a day will keep your doctor away.

Emotion


Staying calm, pursuing good hobbies, and keeping a positive mindset.