What is your
problem? Stressed? Headache?
Stiff Neck? Knee problem?
Frozen shoulder? Insomnia?
Chinese Massage (Tui
Tuina (Tui Na) is an Oriental Bodywork Therapy
that has been used in China for 2,000 years. Tui Na uses the
traditional Chinese medical theory of the flow of Qi through the meridians
as its basic therapeutic orientation. Through the application of massage and
manipulation techniques Tuina (Tui Na) seeks to establish a more harmonious
flow of Qi through the system of channels and collaterals, allowing the body
the naturally heal itself.
methods include the use of hand techniques to massage the soft
tissue (muscles and tendons) of the body, acupressure
techniques to directly affect the flow of Qi , and
manipulation techniques to realign the musculoskeletal and
ligamentous relationships (bone-setting). External herbal
poultices, compresses, liniments, and salves are also used to
enhance the other therapeutic methods.
Tui Na has a variety of different systems that emphasize particular
aspects of these therapeutic principles. The main schools in China include
the rolling method school which emphasizes soft tissue techniques and
specializes in joint injuries and muscle sprains, the one finger pushing
method school which emphasizes techniques for acupressure and the treatment
of internal diseases, and Nei Gung method school which emphasizes the use of
Nei Gong Qi energy generation exercises and specific massage methods for
revitalizing depleted energy systems, and the bone setting method school
which emphasizes manipulation methods to realign the musculoskeletal and
ligamentous relationships and specializes in joint injuries and nerve pain.
In a typical session, the client, wearing loose clothing and no shoes, lies
on a table or floor mat. The practitioner examines the specific problems of
the client and begins to apply a specific treatment protocol. The major
focus of application is upon specific pain sites, acupressure points, energy
meridians, and muscles and joints. Advanced Tui Na practitioners may
also use Chinese herbs to facilitate quicker healing. Sessions last from 30
minutes to 1 hour. Depending on the specific problems of the client, they
may return for additional treatments. The client usually feels relaxed but
energized by the treatment.
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