The Art of Healing Redefined
Dive into the World of Tuina with Hua Jian TCM
Introduction of Tuina
Tuina is an ancient form of Chinese therapeutic massage. Its name comes from two Chinese words: ‘Tui’ which means ‘to push’, and ‘Na’ means ‘to lift or squeeze’. But it’s much more than just pushing and squeezing!
Tuina involves a range of techniques that includes massaging soft tissue, manipulating joints, and applying pressure to specific points on your body. Excitingly, these methods are designed to harmonize your Qi (your body’s vital energy), balance Yin-Yang, and promote overall health.
Discover the Benefits of Tuina
Why You Need Tuina
Improves Your Circulation
Tuina has been proven to greatly enhance blood and lymph circulation. This can help alleviate physical fatigue and reduce the risk of vascular diseases, providing you with a healthier, more energetic life.
Boosts Your Immunity
By stimulating key points in the body, Tuina can help boost your immune system functionality. Regular sessions will leave you less susceptible to common illnesses and infections.
Promotes Faster Injury Recovery
You’ll benefit from faster injury recovery due to its integral role in Chinese sports medicine. Tuina aids in reducing inflammation and swelling, improving joint mobility, and promoting tissue healing.
Enhances Sleep Quality
Trouble sleeping? Tuina could be the solution for you! By creating a deep sense of relaxation, it helps combat insomnia and ensures that you wake up refreshed each morning.
Balances Your Energy Flow
Focusing on the flow of Qi (life energy), Tuina therapy helps maintain your balance physically, mentally, and emotionally - giving you an overall sense of wellbeing.
How Does Tuina Work
How We Boost Your Balance and Vitality with Tuina
We will the Tuina treatment start by identifying key areas on your body that need attention.
We will apply different pressures and strokes on these areas with our hands, fingers or elbows but always considering your comfort.
This manipulation helps stimulate blood circulation around your body which aids in healing.
We will also focus on specific points to unblock any Qi stagnation – think about it as unclogging a river so its water can flow freely again.