Tuina, the physical and emotional therapeutic massage

2019-05-01 por Mudán Burgos

Tuina, the physical and emotional therapeutic massage

Massage as a therapeutic means for the physical and spiritual wellbeing of patients has been part of the ancestral practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine and currently remains valid as method

This is Tuina , also known as Traditional Chinese Massage , which bases its foundation on the differentiation of pathologies and their relationship with certain areas of the human body, which when stimulated manually promote the circulation of the vital energy of the organism to heal itself.

Traditional Chinese Method

The Tuina massage began more than two thousand years ago and is one of the oldest manual therapies of humanity, when the beliefs of traditional medicine were incorporated into clinical experiences to treat certain diseases.

The Tuina as a healing system arises from the idea that man must overcome harmful factors of nature, as well as injuries and work injuries in order to survive.

It was created not only to treat the musculoskeletal structure of the patient, but also to balance his "spiritual self" & rdquo; and restore the circulatory harmony of energy to restore vitality to the organism. It is understood then that a balanced being is a healthy being.

Precision hand techniques

Traditional therapeutic massage is based on the understanding of the body and its relation to different diseases. Theoretically, it consists in carrying out manual and pressure techniques on specific parts to relieve ailments.

Its effectiveness depends on factors such as the nature and intensity of the movements, the particularity of the pathology and the key points of action to achieve specific results.

Initially, manipulative movements limited the "Tui" and the & ldquo; Na & rdquo;, which are translated as & ldquo; push & rdquo; and "squeeze", from which its name comes up. Later variations of rotation, friction, cadence and intensity are established.

Physical and emotional therapy

The experts explain that the neurotransmitters that trigger a sensation of physical and emotional well-being are activated by the Tuina.

It is effective to treat affections and ailments derived from nervous tension or stress such as chronic fatigue, joint stiffness, muscular contractures, lumbar sprains, insomnia, vertigo and migraines.