Massage and the associated therapies are an important part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and forms of needling, cupping, hot rocks, deep tissue, herbal, aromatherapy and reflexology, are just some of the Chinese techniques influencing or used in western massage today.

Acupressure

Massage using Acupressure As an ancient healing technique, Acupressure involves applying pressure to specific healing points located along the meridian lines of the body, similar to the principles applied in Acupuncture. Acupressure when applied...

Back walk

Beneficial Back Walk massage Back Walk massage is believed to have its origins in India, having been developed by the Kalari Martial Artists of Kerala India. Used in various indigenous Asian massage systems, Back Walk massage is a modality adopted...

Cupping

Cupping in massage Cupping is used as an adjunct or complementary therapy alongside massage. Cupping is believed to help the body’s natural efforts to self heal. It is also used to help with digestive and menstrual ailments; and opening the chest a...

Hot stones

Massage involving hot stones The Chinese have used heated stones as a therapeutic tool for over 2,000 years. Hot stones are used during massage to deliver one of the most relaxing forms of massage. Hot stones are often included in deep tissue...

Principals of Chinese Massage

Yin and Yang of Massage Traditional Chinese Massage was developed over millennia, from generation to generation to become an holistic healing and wellbeing experience. Massage and the associated therapies are an important part of Traditional...

Reflexology

Reflexology Massage Traditional Chinese Massage includes modalities that specifically target tired and painful feet and ankles. Believed to have been developed up to 5000 years ago, Reflexology is based on the principal that specific areas...