Chinese Tui Na massage has been known since the 9th century BC. This type of massage works in accordance with the energy channels through which the life energy Qi flows. From the point of view of traditional Chinese medicine, there are energy channels in our body in which energy – Qi (universal life energy, vitality) moves. Every organ has its own Qi. When Qi is in balance and movement, the whole body is balanced and healthy. However, if there is an obstacle to the movement of Qi, an abundance, deficiency or stagnation of Qi in an area, the body loses its balance and may become ill. The purpose of Tui Na massage is to move the stopped Qi correctly and to balance the energies in abundance or deficit, thus giving the body a chance to heal itself. In addition to massage techniques, the influence of energy channels and acupuncture points is used for this purpose. Acupuncture points are places where the Qi of organs and energy channels comes to the surface of the body, their function is to connect the internal and external environment.
A Chinese medical specialist works with the biologically active points of your body, directing impulses to all systems of the body. In this way, Tui Na massage restores the work of all organs, eliminates pain, improves blood supply, the organs get better oxygen and the metabolism speeds up. The body recovers and immunity rises.
Tui Na therapy relaxes muscles and tendons, improves blood flow, reduces swelling and pain.
Chinese Tui Na massage is a therapeutic procedure, which makes it very strong and deep, and can therefore be painful at times. The more blockages and points where energy has stopped in the human body, the more painful this massage will be. As a rule, the most painful is the first time, in the future it becomes softer as the body opens each time.
If a person’s skin is very sensitive and delicate, bluish bruising may occasionally occur on the body after this massage. People with very low pain thresholds should also be careful and inform the masseur before the massage.
- back and joint pain,
- muscle ailments
- chronic pain,
- (sports) injuries,
- unetus / unisus,
- depression, stress, restlessness,
- constipation or diarrhea
- dizziness, headaches and migraines,
- bronchial asthma,
- menstrual disorders,
- bed wetting at night,
- carpal tunnel syndrome,
- cold hands,
- tangled nerves
- muscle / skin sensitivities, etc.
- some skin diseases,
- fracture or joint luxation,
- open wounds
- menstruation and pregnancy (strong manipulations of the lower abdomen and lower back are not recommended)
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