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Tuina (pronounced "twee na", literal meaning ‘push’ and ‘grasp’) is a form of treatment using Chinese bodywork techniques

Tuina has been developed through several thousand years to become a highly popular non-invasive treatment. Though relatively unknown in the west, in China it is regarded as one of the main branches of Chinese Medicine alongside Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine and Qi Gong therapy. Tuina  is performed through clothing, using various lifting, stretching, stroking, pushing and grasping massage techniques. These are accompanied by acupressure and joint manipulation resulting in a relaxing and powerfully energising treatment. Whilst Tuina is widely used for treatment of musculo-skeletal conditions, it is also used for internal problems such as headaches and migraine, anxiety and panic attacks, digestive dysfunction, circulatory problems, hormonal imbalance, stress and related conditions amongst others. Tuina is also used for maintaining health, reducing the chance of injury, enhancing flexibility and managing stress.

Treatment with Tuina Massage is available, either on its own, or in combination with Acupuncture.



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