The Chinese Medicine Sanctuary

Ancient Healing in Modern Times

Robin Burby

Robin Burby  MATCM   MBAcC

Practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Royal Society of Medicine Senior Associate

BSc (Hons) Traditional Chinese Medicine
BMed (Beijing University of Chinese Medicine)
BSc (Hons) Business Administration

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Tui Na

Tui Na (pronounced two-eey naar) is the final method in treating disease and dysfunction in the human body and mind, within traditional Chinese medicine.

Tui Na is a form of massage that works on the same specific pressure points on the head and body that acupuncture needles are inserted into. Often this form of massage can feel quite soothing, but at the same time can feel quite strong and deep and for some conditions is preferential to acupuncture.

For some people, for example very young children, or those with needle phobias, Tui Na is a great way of receiving the same benefits that can be received from acupuncture, but in a non-invasive way.

Unfortunately, The Chinese Medicine Sanctuary does not currently offer specific Tui Na sessions to patients, however, in some conditions after acupuncture a short session may be provided at no extra charge.