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Tui-Na Massage

Pinch, pull, shake, roll, squeeze... are some of the thirty techniques used in Chinese massage. Its repeated movements on the meridians and their acupuncture points can treat your illnesses and imbalances while bringing you peace.

Hands are used most often as a mean to massage, including fingertips, phalanges, palms, edges; and also forearms, elbows.


Chinese massage is intended for adults and children alike:

  • In children, it is effective for example against cases of fever, flu, anorexia, enuresis (bed wetting), eczema, diarrhea, constipation.

  • In adults, it is frequently used for neck pain and low back pain, sciatica, insomnia, period pain, stomach pain, and many other syndromes.


In general, the Tui-Na massage proves to be a useful complement to acupuncture or simply an alternative to it, for those who fear needles.

Have a look at the techniques used…

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