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Tui-Na (Deep Manipulation Massage)

Massage is a natural human instinct. When you have pain in some part of your body, your first natural reaction is to rub it with your hand to reduce the pain. You probably do not pay much attention to how the pain is relieved. Tui Na is a very simple Qi Gong practice, which can increase the circulation of Qi and blood in the body. It is used not only to maintain health and prevent illness, but also to heal injuries and cure many illnesses.

Tui Na is commonly called Qi Gong massage, because it is based on affecting the energetic Qi system, as well as the circulatory systems of blood and lymph. Chinese Medicine holds that imbalances or blockages in the circulation of Qi are at the root of illness in the body. Thus, Tui Na was developed for healing, rather than just relaxation and enjoyment. 

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