Student to Master Tuina DVD (97809555337090)
Code (SKU): 97809555337090
The making of Tui Na Student to Master has taken many years. It began with me learning the massage in Hang Zhou, Zhe jiang, China where I searched for top Doctors from whom I could learn, my sincere thanks goes to many of the doctors for their patience including: Dr Jiang, Dr Mao, Dr Ni, Dr Wu, Dr Li, Dr ye, Dr Huang, Dr Sun and professor Fan. These are just some of the Doctors who gave their time and knowledge unselfishly.
Tui Na Student to Master demonstrates many of the hand techniques and massage routines used for Tui Na massage for example Gun fa, Ban fa, Tui fa, Yi qi chan, Rou fa, Yao fa, Ba shen fa. Mo fa, Dou fa.
The DVD features Doctors from China and practitioners from England demonstrating Tui Na massage. The harder techniques to perform are covered in more detail on the DVD, allowing you more time to practice whilst following the techniques on screen.
To reduce the carbon foot print the DVD was put on a single dual layer disk, rather than a DVD box set. There is more than 120mins of useful information, equipping you with the knowledge and confidence to work with the following internal and external disorders.
- Internal: Zang fu disharmonies, Blood and chi stagnations
- External: Cervical spondylosis, frozen shoulder, RSI or Lumbar prolapses
The DVD lasts 2 hours 20 minutes and covers the key aspects of Tui Na therapy. An interactive menu system enables you to easily browse the DVD and view the sections most relevant to your current study. There are many sections on the DVD that will help any practitioner or student of massage and will continue to be of benefit to them during their career. Whether you practice Chinese, Japanese, Swedish or Tai massage, this DVD will be of interest as the techniques are universal, only the application may differ.
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