Chinese Tui Na Massage
Tui Na which focuses on pushing, stretching and kneading the muscles, is based on the principles from traditional Chinese medicine. In many countries Tui Na is viewed as massage, but in China it is not.
Tui Na is Chinese Medicine’s Physio Therapy. Utilised for medical purposes, instead of relaxation, Tui Na work’s to correct the patient’s problems, from musculoskeletal conditions, to diseases, cancers and even minor or major headaches. Within the foundation of Tui Na, traditional Chinese medicine principles are followed, from meridian applications to herbal formulas, Qi Gong therapy and heated herbal application. Techniques such as friction and vibration are used as well.
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It is one of the oldest, most effective and natural forms of healing. Therapeutic, remedial and relaxation massage relaxes and calms the tense, anxious mind by slowing down the breathing from short, rapid breaths to more effective deep, slow breaths. This relieves mental, emotional and physical fatigue.
It improves the circulation, enabling oxygen and nutrients to pass more freely through the body and speeds up lymphatic flow, allowing accumulated waste products – or toxins – to leave the body more quickly. It loosens and relaxes tight muscles by breaking down fibrous adhesions and helps to tone weak muscles.
Each massage will leave you feeling calm, relaxed and revitalised.
Benefits of Therapeutic Massage
- Lowers blood pressure and improves the circulation
- Tones and stimulates the skin
- Relaxes and tones aching muscles
- Helps eliminate toxins
- Reduces stress and anxieties
- Helps relieve tension headaches
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