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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «TUI-NA» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about tui-na
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TUI-NA»
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The eight chapters in this book on tui na provide ample discussion and instruction in the methods of Chinese therapeutic massage.
Jin Hong-Zhu, Secondo Scarsella, Ding Xiao-hong, 2011
Tui Na: A manual of Chinese massage therapy
The book describes the roots and development of Tui na, how it works therapeutically within the context of Chinese medicine and how to become an effective Tui na practitioner.
Sarah Pritchard, 2010
The Handbook of Chinese Massage: TuiNa Techniques to Awaken ...
The Handbook of Chinese Massage includes step-by-step instructions for each of the fifteen unique tui na techniques, many of which are unfamiliar to Western massage practitioners.
Maria Mercati, 1997
Chinese TuiNa Massage: The Essential Guide to Treating ...
Provides both theory and practical technique and is ideal for professional therapists, martial artists or anyone with an active lifestyle.
Xu Xiangcai, 2002
TuiNa: A manual of Chinese massage therapy
Council about its members revealed that Tui na is now the most popular form of
treatment for practitioners to use in conjunctionwith acupuncture. This showsa
remarkable growth in the interest and popularity of Tui na among acupuncturists
Sarah Pritchard, 2010
TuiNa Massage for a Healthier, Brighter Child
This book presents a healthcare routine that makes your touch an important part of daily life, strengthening your relationship and nuturing your child in body and spirit.
Maria Mercati, 2000
.lthough acupuncture is often thought of as the trademark modality in Chinese
medicine, tui-na— China's oldest medical treatment system— is often more
appropriate for handling the types of injuries sustained in martial arts practice.
Zheng Gu TuiNa: A Chinese Medical Massage Textbook
"Tui na (pronounced tweena), which literally means push/grasp, is a series of pressing, tapping and kneading movements that allows the qi (chi), or energy, to flow to and from the affected area", according to the web site Acupuncture.com.
Tom Bisio, Frank Butler, 2007
Pocket Atlas of Chinese Medicine
Introduction Chinese therapeutic bodywork or massage is typically referred to as
tui na (#£♢). literally meaning "pushing and grasping," or onmo (SB), literally
meaning "pressing and rubbing." They are terms that are often used
Marnae C. Ergil, Kevin V. Ergil, 2011
Chinese Massage Manual: The Healing Art of TuiNa
Combine the ancient secrets of Chinese medicine with hands-on treatment!
Sarah Pritchard, 1999
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «TUI-NA»
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Zbavte sa toxínov pomocou masáže tui-na: Zvládnete ju aj sama doma
Cítite sa slabá, ste celá „vyhádzaná“ alebo vás bolieva hlava? Možno máte zanesený organizmus a vaša lymfa potrebuje rozprúdiť. Pomôže jej v tom tui-na ... «Pluska.sk, Jul 15»
« EDUCALINGO. Tui-Na [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-en/tui-na>. Jul 2019 ».