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tui na

(twē nah)
Chinese system of bodywork with the goal of impacting circulatory flow and chi to improve general function and enhance resistance to disease.
[Chinese tui na, push and grasp]

tui na

, tui-na, tuina (twā nah) [Chinese tuī ná, poke-pinch]
A traditional method of Chinese massage in which the body is lifted, squeezed, and pushed to improve circulation and enhance disease resistance.
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The frequency of acupuncture treatmerits varies with the condition and the patient, but generally 4-6 visits on a weekly to bi-weekly basis, along with herbal, dietary and at-home tui na will set things right for most acute problems.
Antes de comenzar el tratamiento, los veterinarios determinaron la practica de la acupuntura combinada con Tui Na como unica alternativa a la amputacion del miembro, debido al malestar del paciente y a las condiciones que presentaba la extremidad lesionada, como consecuencia del dano provocado por el cepo.
Meanwhile, there were a large number of published randomised controlled trials testing the effectiveness of Tui Na in patients with cervical radiculopathy.
She is now a Registered Tui Na Therapist and Master Practitioner in Tui Na, Sports Massage and Acupuncture (all with Distinction), and works in the practice with her son Alun, who is similarly qualified in the techniques.
Directed at beginning students and of interest to practitioners of other forms of Chinese medicine, the text describes the history of Tui na, its schools, and requirements to become a practitioner before turning to specific types of techniques and their applications.
Effects of yoga and the addition of Tui Na in patients with fibromyalgia.
The Third point relates to Tui Na (pronounced "Tway Nah," original Chinese meridian massage, which offers calming and mental clarity).
Spa treatments come with a free assessment by a wellness coach, and a master healer can treat you to ancient Chinese practices like Tui Na, cupping, and acupuncture.
Hautenan performs a combination of therapies, including acupuncture, moxibustion (burning the herb mugwort in conjunction with acupuncture), cupping (a cup is applied to the skin to remove toxins, increase blood flow and realign the flow of qi-energy), Tui na (Chinese massage and acu-pressure) and Qi-Gong ("chee kung"), a type of exercise similar to Tai Chi.
Beauty therapist Jenny uses Eastern massage techniques such as Thai massage and Tui Na, all supposed to help lymphatic drainage, tone and define the jaw line and improve your circulation.
Tui na is a Chinese Acupressure variation that involves massage-like kneading motions working on points including those between the toes.
Tui Na, the latest alternative craze to hit Merseyside, combats everything from muscular problems to chronic stress-related disorders of the digestive, respiratory and reproductive systems.