Tui Na UK
Chinese Tui Na was called ‘An Mo’ or massage in ancient times. The term Tui Na was first seen during the Ming Dynasty. Chinese Tui Na is a therapeutic approach guided by Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and was first used to treat paediatric disease through massage manipulations. Tui Na is a very important component of Chinese Medicine alongside acupuncture and herbal prescription.
Today Tui Na has become very advanced in its treatment for many diseases. Used in many of the hospitals in China today in the front line of healthcare, whereas in the west these complaints are not seen in our clinics until they become chronic many days after the incident.
Errol Lynch formed Tui Na UK in 2004 following many years of clinical practice and training in China. The intentions are to spread the word of tuina as an independent cornerstone of traditional Chinese medicine.
Tui Na UK brings you courses, workshops, study tours to china, tui na training DVD, Books and tuina equipment for today's Tui Na practitioner, useful tips and web links.
View pictures in the gallery. This was a special day for Errol and tuina outside of China. Thanks to professor Fan Binghua.
The student clinic opens Monday to Wednesday, 10am to 2pm supervised by Errol Lynch. Please text or call to book your appointment: 07535 646 400.
Touch Tuina Clinic: Now open at the Northern College of Acupuncture on the weekends. 10am 'til 2pm.
Practitoners on the day: Dr. Chantal and Jamie.
New certificate courses in Tuina for 2014-15. Held in York and London.
Practise evenings for Tuina therapists, every Thursday 6pm to 8pm.
More details on our courses page!
Our new Touch Tuina clinic is now open in London at 46 Malden Rd, NW5 3HG. Opening times: 10am to 5pm, Mon – Sat. Sundays and later appointments by arrangement. Please see touchtuina.com for more details.
Yoga classes started in September 2014. Please call or email for more details.
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