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Tui na or tuina (/ˌtwiː ˈnɑː/, Chinese: 推拿; pinyin: tuī ná), is a form of Chinese manipulative therapy often used in conjunction with acupuncture, moxibustion, fire cupping, Chinese herbalism, t’ai chi, and qigong. Tui na is a hands-on body treatment that uses Chinese taoist and martial arts principles in an effort to bring the eight principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) into balance.
Chinese Tui Na was called ‘An Mo’ or massage in ancient times. The term Tui Na was first seen during the Ming Dynasty.
Tui Na has become very advanced and is used in many of the hospitals in China today to treat complaints that are often not addressed in the West until they become chronic, usually many days after first becoming evident.
Tui Na is used to treat chronic pain, most often pain caused by muscle-skeletal injuries or conditions. Neck, shoulder and back pain and immobility, sciatica and ‘tennis elbow’ have all been shown to respond very well.
It is, however, not possible to treat a specific condition with Tui Na without first improving the overall Qi status of the body.
Doing so means that headaches, migraines, IBS, constipation, PMS and a whole range of emotional problems can also be treated
Tui Na (pronounced ‘twee-nah’) massage is a complete healing system, like acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. These three forms of therapy are the main components of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
Tui Na is probably the oldest system of bodywork still practised and its popularity continues to grow today.
Tui na or Chinese Therapeutic Massage uses finger pressure, stretching and leverage to stimulate the channels and acupuncture points. It is often used in conjunction with acupuncture, and is not only an effective treatment for musculo-skeletal problems, such as lower-back pain, frozen shoulder, slipped discs and fractures, but can also be effective for many other conditions, particularly digestive problems and insomnia.
Please do not consider this as just a form of massage for relaxation (although you may indeed feel relaxed after a session) – We use Chinese medical massage to treat and cure numerous conditions, often in conjunction with acupuncture treatment or Chinese herbs.
Tui Na massage for specific health problems is based on a full Traditional Chinese Medicine case history taking using proper examinations to identify a complaint, any underlying pattern and treatment principles. This full logical analysis is what gives Tui Na its power and raises it above other system of massage. Based on the treatment principles, specific techniques are combined to treat the presenting complaint and underlying pattern.
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