Tui na Massage also known as Chinese Massage is an ancient form of medical therapy practised for generations. It follows the same principles as Acupuncture, working to help blood flow and restore the body’s natural energy. Chinese massage clears blockages and promotes blood circulation to the body’s organs and immune system by stimulating specific acupoints. At GinSen we also offer other massages such as : deep tissue massage, sports massage, lymphatic drainage massage and more.
Relieves neck pain and the accompanying tension, tightness, and irritation.low back pain
Improve function and reduce pain affecting the joints, bones, sciatica and muscle spasms
At GinSen we offer a range of different massage to suit your need such as deep tissue massage, sports massage, lymphatic drainage massage and more.
TUI NA MASSAGE LONDON
Tui Na Massage (Chinese Massage) focuses on the specific problem, your therapists will discuss this with you prior to your treatment, where you are experiencing the pain and whether you are experiencing acute or chronic pain.
Stress related symptoms
Reduces insomnia, constipation, headaches and digestive disorders
Focuses on specific problem
Personalised targeted treatment for best results
Why Choose GinSen Clinics for Chinese Massage (TUI NA)?
Experience We are one of the leading Chinese Medicine clinics in London with over 20 years of experience in Chinese Massage.
We understand Methods used in Chinese Massage could be a new experience for many and how it works may not be fully understood. Which is why here at GinSen Clinics we offer no obligation free consultation.
We listen We take time to discuss your needs, conditions and understand the issues that are affecting you. We offer support throughout all stages of your treatment plan from initial consultation till the end of all treatments.
We examine all aspects of your health during your free consultation. Our experienced therapists will look into your history, lifestyle to identify the root cause of the issues and pinpoint any imbalances that may exists internally.
Frequent question asked about GinSen’s Tui Na Massage In London
Tui Na Massage ( Chinese Massage ) is an ancient form of medical therapy practised for generations and can offer a range of benefits. Tui Na Massage can be used to treat specific problems and to promote general well being and good body balance – both physical and mental. It is a powerful treatment in terms of re-adjusting the functions of the body. It has no adverse side effects and is often used in combination with Acupuncture.
Chinese Massage is a particularly effective therapy for pain and musculoskeletal conditions, whether acute or chronic. It is also effective in the treatment of:
Infertility and disorders of the reproductive system
- Headaches and migraine
- Disorders of the digestive system
- Respiratory disorders
- Soft tissue injuries
- Arthritis, rheumatic pain
- Tiredness, lack of energy, insomnia
- Stress or emotional problems
- Weight loss and anti-ageing
- Reduce Swelling during Pregnancy
Chinese Massage considers Tui Na Massage to be an external form of therapy, suitable for people of all ages. Pressure is applied to the acupressure points (the same points as are targeted with Acupuncture) which lie along the network of meridians conducting Qi around the body. The purpose is to clear any blockages and restore the flow of Qi so that harmony, order and balance are maintained and restored. In this way, the healing process is activated and with it the maintenance and restoration of good health.
Massage therapists at GinSen clinics will take the time during the first appointment to learn your history and health problems. The therapist should be told if the client is pregnant, taking medications, has joint problems or skin allergies, or has a history of respiratory or heart problems. Clients should avoid eating large meals or drinking alcohol before a session.
A typical session may vary from thirty minutes to an hour – the length of the message depends on the condition being treated. Massage methods include the use of hand techniques to massage the soft tissue (muscles and tendons) of the body, acupressure techniques to directly affect the flow of Qi, and manipulation techniques to realign the musculoskeletal framework. Many of the techniques used to resemble that of western massage i.e. gliding, kneading, vibration, tapping, pressing, rolling and shaking.
Disclaimer & Important Information
We can’t guarantee any treatment results. Symptoms, conditions and results are unpredictable and vary from person to person. treatment lengths and recovery times also vary from person to person. GinSen’s specialists will discuss your care needs before carrying out any treatment. All content on this site is provided as illustrative and for informational purposes only and does not guarantee results.