More than a simple massage, Tui Ná seeks to stimulate the body’s own healing. Just like acupuncture and herbal medicine, it is one of the oldest techniques of traditional Chinese medicine that we know of. Its benefits go far beyond relaxation and well-being.
Tui means, "push," "slide" and Ná means "hold tight", "grasp". In addition to these movements, there are several other techniques used during the massage on channels, also called meridians, and the body's energy points that are also used acupuncture.
The range of benefits include the reestablishment of blood flow, regulation of internal organs, promoting the physical and psychological well-being, tissue regeneration, muscles and movement, and the regulation of the nervous and endocrine systems.
Tui Ná may be used for the treatment of certain diseases and acts as a powerful tool in prevention. Tui Ná is an excellent therapeutic alternative for the promotion of your health, well-being and quality of life.