... is one of the five pillars of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
... regulates the flow of Qi in the body (vital energy) and the circulation of blood. With various special manual techniques - pushing, pressing (tui) and grabbing, pulling (na) - blockages of the meridians are dissolved in the body and restore the balance of yin and yang in the body
... serves as a holistic massage for health prevention, the reduction of negative stress and the regulation of whole-body function system to bring body and soul into harmony
... can also be limited to certain parts or sections of the body.
You are wearing comfortable, light clothing and are massaged through a thin cotton cloth in the prone position, supine and / or seated position.
My work does not replace a doctor. No diagnosis or medication prescribed or tested.
"Where Qi is blocked there is pain.
There is no pain where Qi flows. "
(Huang Di Nei Jing - The Classical Medicine of the Yellow Emperor, 300 BC)