The words TUI – NA expresses the vigorous nature of the healing system with the hands, whose meaning is to “push” TUI and “grab” NA.
Over time, Tui Na has been expanding in the West, little by little and many people use it as a way of balancing body, mind, and spirit. Thus, Tui Na Massage occupies a position of honour in Traditional Chinese Medicine, namely in the treatment of injuries, as it not only treats the muscles and joints but also restores the circulation of the patient’s vital energy. It is based on the fundamental theory of Qi that flows in the body through fourteen channels, called meridians.
This ancestral massage awakens the body’s wonderful healing ability, helping to relax and at the same time improving muscular, organic and emotional problems.
This massage seeks to readjust the balance between the yin and the yang and in this way facilitate the harmony of the whole system, treats chronic pain.
It uses precise manipulation techniques like grabbing, rubbing, smoothing, rubbing, kneading, stretching, pressing, aiming at the adaptation and balance of body and mind. These movements not only work the muscles and joints but also act at a deeper level, influencing the body’s vital energy flow.