Yoga Massage Therapy & Meditation
Tui Na Style
Inspired by the TuiNa style, this massage stimulates the flow of chi to promote balance and harmony within the body using many of the same principles of acupuncture.
It’s based on the theory that imbalances of qi, which is the body’s vital life force or energy, can cause blockages or imbalances that lead to symptoms such as pain and illness.
Learning to relax is vital for well-being. It reduces tension in all parts of your body and helps you to stay balanced even in stressful situations.
With regular Heartfulness Meditation, your mind will become centered and shift to deeper levels of feeling, intuition and consciousness.
Cleaning fosters lightness of being, joy and a carefree attitude, as emotional burdens, habits, deep conditioning and complexities are removed.
Through a simple sincere intention before going to sleep, you can connect with your inner self, listen to your heart and design a better future.
The Benefits of Tui Na
Tui Na can help with many conditions, acute or chronic:
Shoulder, Neck pain
Back pain, Sciatica
Repetitive Strain Injury
Sprains and Bruises
Fatigue and Stress
Cold hands and/or feet
Increase muscle tone
Increase circulation of blood and lymph removal of waste products
Removal of scar tissue
There is no need to remove any clothing, only coats, shoes and jewellery. Therapeutic oils are used only on the hands, feet and neck. After the treatment, the practitioner may offer advice on exercise and stretch, diet and lifestyle.
As a truly holistic massage, it is effective for all manner of physical and muscular problems and is also a kind of ‘acupuncture without needles’ which is able to treat the same internal conditions as acupuncture.
Tui Na massage therapists work with both the physical body and the energetic body; They use what you would recognize as massage techniques to ease the knots and tension out of muscles, and at the same time work with the meridians and acupoints to regulate and balance the flow of energy (Qi).
Sometimes, Chinese Tui Na is called ‘acupressure massage‘ as it uses acupressure, and other manual techniques, to stimulate the same points that are used in acupuncture.
I incorporate breathing and deep meditation duuring each sesssion for maximum results .