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  • AN MO

    AN MO

    an mo (按摩) means massage in Chinese.
    The TUI NA massage is a Chinese specificity that takes into account the meridians and acupuncture points of the body, it is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). TUI NA is a word meaning to push (TUI - 推) and to seize (NA - 拿), techniques and maneuvers that either disperse "energy blockages" or stimulate or tone "energy".

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  • GUA SHA

    GUA SHA

    Gua Sha (Chinese: 刮痧; pinyin: guā shā; literally: "scrape cholera")
    (More generally, "scrape the disease to allow it to escape through the skin"), is an ancient medical treatment. Sometimes called "spooning" by the Anglophones, it is also given the French name "tribo-effleurage". Gua Sha is a popular Chinese technique that is not used in Chinese hospitals or clinics.
  • PIENN TSIOU

    PIENN TSIOU

    Moxibustion is a technique of heat stimulation of acupuncture points. The moxa is the heating object that allows this stimulation.
    The use of moxa (moxibustion) goes back very far. Indeed, the Huangdi Nei Jing3, the oldest known Chinese medicine, alludes to a method called Pienn Tsiou (灸 灸 biānjiǔ) that George Soulié de Morant4 translates as "punches de pierre et moxas".
  • CURE BY THE VENTOUSE

    CURE BY THE VENTOUSE

    Cure by suction cup :
    Based on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine, this therapy revives blood circulation and soothes your body, removing all poisoning from the body, through the use of glass vessels that are applied to the skin with Candles or lighted wool to attract bad blood.
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