About MTM Sub Health Therapy

MTM Therapy is the brainchild of Ms Wang Ling Ann who founded the technique in Taiwan after years of research. MTM Sub-Health Therapy (MTM Therapy) is a new type of corrective massage that targets deep-layer muscles to remove clustered nodules in the muscles. It is a natural therapy that is founded based on the principles of TCM philosophy, but with a modern twist.

While common TCM massage treatments only work on the superficial skin and muscle levels, MTM targets the fascial structure (a structure of connective tissue that surrounds muscles, groups of muscles, blood vessels, and nerves, binding some structures together, while permitting others to slide smoothly over each other) and scar tissues in the muscle. Simultaneously, MTM works to stimulate the various meridians in the body to eradicate the cold and stagnant from the body, and treats the root cause of ailments.

Some of the health issues that MTM treats include -

  • Beauty Concerns (such as Face lift, Butt lift)
  • Body Sculpting/Contouring
  • Body Aches (Chronic and Acute)
  • Body Wellness (Restoring organ functions to optimal levels, restore hormonal balance)
  • Muscle stiffness (Restoring joint mobility and flexibility)

While visible results may vary from individual according to their specific issues, most clients will be able to experience positive change in their target area on the first treatment.  However, to achieve the ideal goal, a series of treatments is recommended. The benefits of MTM are lasting, and non-reversal. It is a consistent treatment, where problems do not resurface again if one stops the treatment. However, stopping the treatment prematurely may affect the ideal beauty and wellness target goal. To maximise the benefits of MTM, it is recommended to use the Meditrina Ageless Herbal Cream in conjunction with the treatment. This phytonutrient cream is specially formulated to restore the body™ hormones to optimal level, naturally and safely. It also helps to facilitate cell and tissue renewal, enhancing the effects of MTM Sub-Health Therapy.