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Chinese Tui Na

Description:

Tuina uses the traditional Chinese medical theory of the flow of Qi through the meridians as its basic therapeutic orientation. Through the application of massage and manipulation techniques Tuina seeks to establish a more harmonious flow of Qi through the system of meridians. The course of Chinese Tuina with English version includes basic manipulation and Localized Treatment with Tuina.
Content of Chinese Tuina
1 Basic manipulation
1.1 The category of pushing method (Tui Fa)
1.2 The category of kneading method (Rou Fa)
1.3 The category of of rolling method (Gun Fa)
1.4 The category of grasping method (Na Fa)
1.5 The category of plucking method (Tan Fa)
1.6 The category of pressing method (An Fa)
1.7 The category of traction method (Qian Fa) and Vibration method (Dou Fa)
1.8 The category of shaking method (Yao Fa)
1.9 The category of pulling method (Ban Fa)
1.10 The category of pounding method (Kou Fa)

2 Localized Treatment with Tuina
2.1 Head (Headache, Hypertension, Insomnia)
2.2 Neck (Cervical Spondylosis, Stiffness of Neck)
2.3 Lumbus (Lumbar Sprain, Prolapse of Lumbar Intervertebral Disc)
2.4 Shoulder (Periarthritis of Shoulder)
2.5 Knee (Osteoarthropathy, Arthritis of Knee)

Tuina video course screenshot

Language: English
Instructor: Cun Zhong Fang
Runtime: 52 minutes
Type: Video + Slides + Content
Note: Due to copyright protection, all of video courses on this website are available within one computer.
Prices: $20.00
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  • Comments:

    Purchas of Distance Course
    by Rebecca Scales
    on Jul 20, 2011

    Can anyone please help me. I purchased an online course on the Gall Bladder Channel. I am unable to access this and have sent numerous emails to this company. All emails are returned as undeliverable. I have tried calling this company without being able to reach someone. Can anyone tell me how to get in touch with someone who can provide instructions on how to use the course I paid for???

    Thank You, Rebecca Scales

    My email address is beck1957@mtaonline.net

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