Heal Your Body With The Art Of Tui Na

Heal Your Body With The Art Of Tui Na

Heal Your Body With The Art Of Tui Na

The body is truly a very complex thing. Not only do we need to battle mental and emotional illnesses, there are also physical anomalies and aching muscles that we need to deal with and no medicine anyone can consume that will make the pain go away.

The Chinese however, have come up with ingenious methods to help relieve the physical ailments of the aching body through their ancient practices that can be seen nowadays in martial arts and has its roots in olden day’s Taoist practices.

This art form exists today as a very special form of alternative medicine/healing.

This art of massage is extremely popular all over the world. Western societies have also embraced this practice with open arms and you will find Chinese massage parlours all over the place – and it is not just China town!
This ready form of physical healing is sought after by many – from the elderly and their aching backs to young athletes and body builders who need their muscles loosen up after a long day of working out at the gym or in competitive sports. It is also inexpensive in many places of the world and definitely in demand whether poor or affluent. Welcome to the art of Tui Na.

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  1. Tui Na is well known as one of China’s best forms of manipulative therapy and is often used in conjunction with other well-known methods such as acupuncture, Gua Sha, acupuncture, cupping and even Tai Chi and Qi Gong.
  2. Chapter 2: History Of Tui Na

    Tui Na as one might guess correctly goes all the way back to ancient China.
  3. Chapter 3: Basics Of Tui Na

    So how does Tui Na work?
  4. Chapter 4: Tools And How To Perform Tui Na

    There aren’t many tools that are needed to perform Tui Na except that you should use a pillow for the legs (to prevent numbness or cramps if the feet are pressed down for over an hour).
  5. Chapter 5: Applications Of Tui Na

    In a typical Tui Na session, the client will be wearing loose clothing and their shoes must be taken off.
  6. Chapter 6: Who is Tui Na Not Suitable For

    Although Tui Na is relatively safe and is a good source of alternative medicine, care must be observed when faced with the following situations:
  7. Chapter 7: Comparing Chiropractic To Tui Na

    Tui-Na is unlike either massage or chiropractic in process and theory.

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