Tui Na is the most common form
of acupressure practised in China. It means "push and grasp"
and involves vigorous body massage using techniques such as one-finger
manipulation, rubbing, kneading and rolling to recharge the body's
Treatment is done on a table or floor
mat and no oils are used. You are not required to undress, although
loose fitting clothes are advised.
Up to 20 sessions may be needed and
many people have regular treatment to promote health and well-being.