Tui Na & Moxa For Menopause

The Complete Online Program for Tui Na

Length: 20 - 30 hours

Instructor: Sarah Pritchard

Be guided by one the top Tui Na instructors globally and start mastering your Tui Na and Moxibustion techniques. Learn how to foster deep connections with your patients to improve clinical results.

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Need to know

Who is this course for?
Acupuncturists · TCM/Doctors of TCM · Acupuncture/TCM Students
Course length (start & watch when you want)
20 hours of video content
Extras
Lifetime access · Certificate of completion

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Course Description

Still somewhat a taboo subject, the menopause is a powerful rite of passage for women and holds the potential for profound spiritual development.

As practitioners, how can we best support and enable women to have a positive experience into and through the menopause as a fundamental doorway of life? How can we provide the nurturing space for women to feel, process, surrender, and reclaim their power? How can we help to alleviate symptoms that can become distressing and depleting using our hands, needles and moxa without repressing a natural and potent process?

You will learn about:

  • Common symptoms during, before, and after menopause
  • The important aspects of CM theory such as Yin decline, Yin Stasis, Empty Heat and Blood Heat
  • Yuan Qi and the Role of the Qi Jing Ba Mai Eight Extraordinary Meridians especially the Wei Mai or vessels of ageing which represent the 7 & 8 year cycles
  • A simple and effective Yin style Tui na protocol for nourishing the root, calming, centering and slowing Qi down to support the Yuan Qi
  • Nourishing the kidneys and calming the Shen
  • Moxa protocols to aid the prevention of osteoporosis, strengthen kidney Qi and support the patient’s constitution
  • A powerful protocol for working with the Yin Wei Mai which can enable you to bring the vessel to life in your hands
  • The flexible and creative possibilities for combining hands, needles, and moxa in practice
  • The power of therapeutic touch and methods for nourishing, cooling, containing and descending Qi using your needles and your hands that will bring greater connection and presence to your work

What our students are saying…

I loved it and recommended it to a few of my fellow acupuncturists. I liked how it was a complete overview of how to get to a diagnosis and went over a lot of things that I never heard of during my years at school.

“The course contained an excellent combination of scientific research and practical counsel.”

“This was an incredible course. I am feeling more confident in my understanding of hormones.”

By the end of the course, you will be able to:

  • To return to the Daoist, shamanic roots of Tui na
  • Deepen, advance and refine the Tui na and needling skills you already have
  • Learn how to apply all the fundamental Tui na techniques effectively and confidently
  • Understand the therapeutic qualities of these techniques and when to choose them in practice
  • Learn effective foundation routines for all the main areas of the body, including areas little worked on such as the chest and abdomen
  • Learn simple and powerful Yin style Tui na for deep nourishment and therefore for chronic diseases
  • Learn how to release painful congested Ah Shi areas anywhere on the body and how this applies in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions
  • Learn how to direct the flow of Qi more efficiently, how to unwind what is bound, open what is closed, nourish what’s empty, disperse what’s congested
  • Learn how to integrate Tui na into your current acupuncture practice, with a focus on preconception preparation, menstrual problems, digestive issues, MSK issues and hidden/chronic diseases (such as fibromyalgia, PD, ME, cancer care, depression/anxiety, end-of-life, and more)
  • Discover the versatility and flexibility that comes from combining these skills
  • Develop confidence in your hands and intuition, learn how to feel, find, and follow
  • Learn the effectiveness of working with presence, relaxation and connection
  • Improve palpation skills, bodywork confidence and be reminded of the power of therapeutic touch

Lesson plan

Section I: Welcome!

  1. Introduction 

    Sarah explains her deep interest in working with the flow of the hands using simple Tui Na techniques and needles, using touch as an invaluable form of treatment. Discover the importance of targeting the Yin Wei Mai, the vessel of deep nourishment, in treating symptoms that arise during menopause. Learn about Sarah’s treatment philosophy and approach to creating a nurturing treatment space for women during this phase of life.

  2. Course Outline and Objectives 

    As practitioners, how can we help women to have a good experience into and through the menopause? How can we alleviate the symptoms that can be distressing and depleting during this stage of life without repressing natural processes? Sarah delivers  a brief overview of the information and guidance that will be provided during this course to answer these questions and many more.

  3. What Is the Menopause? 

    Sarah defines the perimenopausal and menopausal states. She explains the menopause as a fundamental doorway of life that provides an opportunity for reflection and spiritual development. Sarah touches on the way this stage of life is seen negatively in contemporary society, leading to issues with the Wei Mai vessels that represent time, the cycles of life, and aging. Physical and emotional symptoms of the menopause from anxiety to hot flashes are discussed to provide a foundation for understanding appropriate treatments.

  4. Chinese Medicine Theory | 3 Main Factors 

    What are the main Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) patterns that present in menopause? Sarah reviews the three main factors that are particularly important during the perimenopause and menopause.

    Learn about Yin decline in which the production of the Ye fluids, being the hormones, is deficient. Sarah explains how the manifestation of certain symptoms coincides with specific body constitutions. Learn a rice grain moxa treatment prescription for osteoporosis, a common condition of Yin decline.

    Sarah explains Yin stasis in which blood, phlegm, and damp fluids are held in the body. Learn about how the body attempts to dry this dampness, contributing to common menopause symptoms resulting from empty heat.

  5. The Role of the 8 Extraordinary Vessels 

    Menopause deals with the movement of Yuan Qi, in which the Eight Extraordinary Vessels are fundamental in the supportive work that can help women through this phase. Sarah explains the genesis, development, and significance of these vessels. In terms of practical treatment for the menopause, the vessels that are most relevant are the Yin Wei Mai, Chong Mai, Ren Mai, Dai Mai, Yang Wei Mai and, if Yang is deficient, the Du Mai. Sarah explains these vessels with interesting examples in relation to menopause.

  6. The Yin Wei Mai | Vessels of Aging and Time 

    In this section you will learn about the Wei vessels, which collect the experiences of aging. These vessels hold together the threads that make up the cloth of time and maintain the balance between Yin and Yang. In detail, Sarah explains the Yin Wei as our physical form and the Yang Wei as our actions and accomplishments. Learn about prescriptions to support the Yin Wei and the Yang Wei complete with opening points, coupling points, and trajectories. These vessels represent our stories of life, our history, and our major life decisions and are essential areas to be targeted during the menopause.

  7. Our Presence as Practitioners | Dropping Into Stillness 

    Sarah discusses the role of the practitioner as a facilitator of nourishing space, quietude, and stillness during treatment. She provides some techniques to best support the relaxation of the patient, which begins with the practitioner entering into an empty state of simplicity and stillness. In the next section Sarah will guide you through a Qi Gong practice to help you to enter into this state.

  8. Qi Gong Exercise | Pericardium Prayer 

    Join Sarah for a beautiful meditation exercise. She invites you to enter into a place of simple, non-judgemental presence and emptiness. This exercise can be repeated preceding each treatment to allow you to best support your patients.

Section II: Treatment

  1. Main Chinese Medicine Treatment Principles 

    Sarah reviews the nine main treatment principals for supporting women through the menopause. Some of these principals include: nourish the kidney Qi, nourish the Yin, support the constitution of the woman, relax tension, move stagnation, and clear accumulation among many others. She then sums up the intention of applying these principals using the language of Qi.

  2. Root (Yuan Qi) Treatment Routine 

    As the first demonstration with her patient Isabel on the treatment table, Sarah presents a root treatment to nourish the kidneys and the Yuan Qi. This treatment is to harmonize the relationship between fire and water, the heart and the kidneys, and to calm the Shen. Learn about why Tui Na is an adaptive technique and why Sarah suggests using it at the beginning of a treatment. Sarah carefully demonstrates and explains the other Tui Na techniques throughout this section.

    You will be guided throughout a prescription with a patient in both prone and supine positions. This is an adaptable treatment that allows for many creative possibilities depending on if it includes needles and / or moxa.

  3. Moxa Protocol | How To Make Rice Grain Moxa

    Sarah beautifully explains the materials you will need and the steps for rolling rice grain moxa. She demonstrates how to apply the moxa to points to be stimulated. Learn about when to use ginger and garlic as intermediaries to provide complementary benefits to the moxa treatment.

  4. Moxa Protocol How To Apply Rice Grain Moxa | Demonstration 

    In this section, Sarah demonstrates using the rice grain and ginger moxa that was made in the previous section. Sarah guides you through the application of rice grain moxa on BL20 (Pishu), to nourish the earth element, and then through the application of moxa on ginger on BL23 (Shenshu). Learn about a treatment Sarah calls, ‘The Dice’, that she uses to nourish the kidney and spleen for people experiencing deep fatigue from overextended lives. Sarah provides many potential modifications for this treatment. Lots of possibilities!

  5. Moxa Protocol | How To Apply Rice Grain Moxa for Osteoporosis Prevention

    Sarah presents a prescription for targeting six points for osteoporosis prevention and for nourishing the spiritual journey of the menopause. The points presented can be used with rice grain moxa. Starting at the top of the neck, Sarah works her way from the Yang through the governing vessel, into the gall bladder, through the bladder to return to Yin and the spirit at the front. Sarah also provides additional points that can complement this protocol to treat excess empty heat.

  6. Yin Wei Mai | Introduction 

    The Yin Wei Mai are the vessels of the seven and eight year cycles, the vessels of aging. Sarah introduces a prescription that will make this vessel come to life in your hands. Learn about this trajectory and how to hold points to enable consciousness, surrender, space, and nourishment for the patient. The treatment principles for working on the Yin Wei Mai include harmonizing the kidney and the heart, nourishing Yin, and supporting the process of reflection on the spiritual journey. Through this next part of the course the Yin Wei trajectory will be worked through in sections.

  7. Tui Na Demo | Yin Wei Mai | Part 1 | Forearm, to Activate PC6 (Neiguan) 

    In the first part of the Yin Wei Mai routine, Sarah works on the forearm to activate PC6 (Neiguan). She instructs you through various Tui Na techniques to guide the Qi and explains the particular use of each type of movement. Learn about a technique using Yao Fa (rotation) to unwind any channel. Sarah also shares with you a forearm Tui Na technique to lower anxiety and calm the Shen and spirit.

  8. Tui Na Demo | Yin Wei Mai | Part 2 | Lower Leg, to Activate KI9 (Zhubin) 

    Sarah leads you through a protocol to activate KI9 (Zhubin), the guest house point. By activating this point the patient can enter a state of feeling like a guest in their own body, to have an objective experience of the treatment and more largely, objectively reflect on their life experience. The whole lower part of the kidney meridian is activated with Tui Na techniques. When the channel is open, Sarah demonstrates applying a Zhen Fa (vibrating) needle to KI9 (Zhubin) in order take the treatment to the Yuan Qi level.

  9.  Tui Na Demo | Yin Wei Mai | Part 3 | Abdominal Work

    In this section of the Yin Wei Mai treatment, Sarah works from the abdomen up to the area of the gate of life. She demonstrates moving Qi through the digestive system and targeting the spleen meridian to activate points SP13 (Fushe), SP14 (Fujie), and SP15 (Da heng). Sarah provides many possible modifications and additions to this treatment. Learn about how to work with your patients’ breath to encourage the movement of stuck energy and how to use diaphragm scooping to support the descending movement of Qi.

  10.  Tui Na Demo | Yin Wei Mai | Part 4 | Chest to Return to Chong 

    This is the final part of this Yin Wei Mai trajectory treatment in the chest. Sarah provides various adjustments and treatment additions for both ascending and descending symptoms in the menopause phase of life. Learn about common areas of blockages in the chest and how to move Qi by activating specific points and using Tui Na techniques. You will be encouraged to tune into your intuition when moving across the body of your patient during treatment. Sarah concludes the Yin Wei Mai routine at the Chong, where it all began.

  11.  Tui Na Demo | Mini Yin Wei Mai Treatment 

    Using her hands and needles, Sarah demonstrates a shortened version of the Yin Wei Mai treatment protocol that was previously presented.

  12. Tui Na Demo | Simple Head and Face Routine 

    Learn a very calming routine that complements a needling treatment. You will discover how to calm the Shen and Yang while descending the Yang that may be excessively rising. This routine is excellent for addressing symptoms of migraines, insomnia, depression, frustration, and tension.

  13. Tui Na Demo | Additional Work for Common Symptoms During Menopause | Part 1 | Hot Flushes/Insomnia 

    In this section Sarah presents needling techniques to disperse rising heat in the body. She demonstrates how to apply needles for cooling, vibrating needles, and through needles, with options for adding moxa to this prescription.

  14. Tui Na Demo | Additional Work for Common Symptoms During Menopause | Part 2 | Reflux/Oesophagitis 

    A common symptom during the perimenopause and menopause is gastric reflux, resulting from uprising and rebellious stomach Qi. Sarah shares additions to the basic Yin Wei protocol and the Yuan Qi treatment to target digestive issues. You will be presented with creative modifications for using hands or needles to provide the most ideal treatment for your patient.

  15. Tui Na Demo | Additional Work for Common Symptoms During Menopause | Part 3 | Lower back / Sacrum / Pelvic / Back Pain

    Muscular aches, stiffness, and pain in the lower back and pelvis is common during perimenopause and menopause. This is the Dai Mai, the area of latency and stagnation. In this section, Sarah guides you through a prescription that can be added on to other treatments demonstrated earlier in the lecture. Options for needling and moxa are provided. Learn how to disperse Guo with moxa and how to apply a long needle to GB30 (Huantiao) for patients who are weak, deficient, and experiencing hip pain.

  16. Tui Na Demo | Additional Work for Common Symptoms During Menopause | Part 4 | Plantar Fasciitis

    How many of your menopausal or perimenopausal patients have come to you with plantar fasciitis? Sarah was noticing this condition come up frequently among her patients. Learn about her interesting analysis of why it is so commonly occurring. Through demonstration, she provides a modifiable treatment prescription with a variety of points to be targeted with Tui Na techniques.

  17. Tui Na Demo | Additional Work for Common Symptoms During Menopause | Part 5 | Neck, Nape, Shoulders

    A common symptom during the time of menopause is stiffness in the neck and shoulders and migraine headaches. In this section, Sarah demonstrates a variety of techniques on Isabel including Gua Sha and a series of Tui Na techniques to release tension, nourish tender points, and disperse Guo.

  18. Conclusion and Final Notes 

    Sarah graciously thanks you for joining this course and provides a concise overview of what was covered. Now you’re equipped with ideas, techniques, and inspiration to treat your perimenopausal and menopausal patients in new and innovative ways!

Hello World

What do you get with the program?

  1. High quality, step-by-step video tutorials (like being in the classroom with Sarah, only with unobstructed views!)

  2. Virtual clinic hours twice/year with Sarah and Isabel where you can ask all of your burning questions

  3. 150-page guidebook to use when following along with your videos and to take into your clinic for fast reference

  4. 25% off discount on Sarah’s Tui na books

  5. 25% off discount on any of Sarah’s online courses for one full year!

Sample lesson

Click below to watch Sarah explain a powerful way to perform Burning Mountain technique.

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Exclusive

Live Workshop

BONUS feature for Tui Na program students only: LIVE in-person 2 day practical component specifically and exclusively for students of the online program.

This is an opportunity to be guided in-person, to deepen your practical skills and to feel the tangible effects of this work within your own body. You will work together (in real time with Sarah) on one another, both giving and receiving treatment. This is a rare opportunity for in-person mentoring, practise and assessment to take your skills to an even higher level.

  • During the two days you will:
    • Have the opportunity to FEEL Sarah & Isabel’s Tui na techniques and receive feedback to refine, deepen and advance your skills
    • Practise Qi Gong to develop Qi sensitivity and good techniques
    • Work with the root techniques in flowing sequence in real time with Sarah
    • Practise the ‘tricky techniques’ – Gun fa, Yi Zhi Chan Tui fa & Zhen fa with feedback & guidance
    • Explore the therapeutic qualities of the techniques and how they affect the three levels of Qi (Wei, Ying, Yuan Qi)
    • Develop your Yin style Tui na – feel the nourishing, calming, centring effects of this powerful work in your own body. Key to the treatment of chronic disease
    • Work with the principles of Qi dynamics, such as opening, clearing, dredging channels and guiding Qi to flow smoothly
    • Practise and feel the Guo/Ah shi ‘fruit squashing’ sequence – key to working with MSK pain
    • Develop your ability to Feel, Find and Follow – trusting your hands and intuition
    • There will be continual assessment and guidance through observation from Sarah and Isabel

Note: this component isn’t a necessary part of this online program, but it is certainly highly recommended if your location allows you to join! The live workshop is an exclusive offer to the program students only.

Live workshops: Tui Na & Moxa For Menopause

  • May 10-11 2020

    Friday 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. Saturday 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

    Vancouver

    Instructor:
    Sarah Pritchard

    Pacific Rim College 229-560 Johnson Street Victoria, BC, Canada, V8W 3C6

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  • May 10-11 2020

    Friday 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. Saturday 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

    Seattle

    Instructor:
    Sarah Pritchard

    Pacific Rim College 229-560 Johnson Street Victoria, BC, Canada, V8W 3C6

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  • May 10-11 2020

    Friday 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. Saturday 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

    Portland

    Instructor:
    Sarah Pritchard

    Pacific Rim College 229-560 Johnson Street Victoria, BC, Canada, V8W 3C6

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  • May 10-11 2020

    Friday 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. Saturday 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

    Chicago

    Instructor:
    Sarah Pritchard

    Pacific Rim College 229-560 Johnson Street Victoria, BC, Canada, V8W 3C6

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    Watch your videos at your own pace and watch the calendar for the next virtual classroom.

  2. 2. Join virtual classroom

    When the date arrives be sure to log in and enjoy your virtual class.

  3. 3. Ask your questions!

    Certificate upon successful completion

Meet your instructor

Sarah Pritchard
LIC.AC, MBACC, DIP.TUI NA, CLIN. CERT. TUI NA (NANJING)

Sarah Pritchard was one of the first westerners to practice Tui na in the UK and is known as an inspiring teacher and workshop leader. She originally trained to be an actor at RADA where she was introduced to Alexander Technique, Qi Gong, yoga and meditation as well as the performance and communication skills that have proved invaluable for teaching. Her Chinese Medicine studies began in 1992. She trained at the London School of Chinese Clinical Massage Therapy, the Nanjing University of TCM and the London College of Traditional Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

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Sarah has been a member of the British Acupuncture Council since 2000. Sarah is the author of two Tui na books ‘Chinese Massage Manual’ originally published by Piatkus in 1999 and re-published with Singing Dragon in 2015 is the definitive introductory text on Tui na Massage currently published in English. Her second book ‘Tui na- A Manual of Chinese Massage Therapy’ published by Elsevier Churchill Livingstone in 2010 and re-published by Singing dragon in 2015 is a comprehensive handbook for the 21st century student and practitioner of Tui na working in the West. Both books are used as essential texts on Tui na training courses in the UK, Europe and the USA. Sarah has 17 years of teaching experience. In 2001, she wrote and developed the professional Tui na course for the LCTA London College of Traditional Acupuncture. She was course co-ordinator and senior lecturer until the college closed in November 2010. She is currently senior lecturer and Tui na course co-ordinator at the City College of Acupuncture in London. Sarah has run courses, workshops and postgraduate seminars on Tui na and the integration of acupuncture, moxa and Tui na for the LCTA, the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine (CICM) the International College of Oriental Medicine (ICOM) in the UK, for Total Health in Holland, the Florence Tui na Congress and the ScuolaTao Milano in Italy and for Pacific Rim College in Victoria BC. Sarah has been in private practice since 1994. She is the founder and Director of Blackheath Complementary Health Centre in London established in May 2000.

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Isabel Milner
Lic.Ac MBAcC Dip.Tui na

Isabel originally studied Experimental Psychology at Oxford University and practised martial arts for 14years; along the way she attained two black belts in Kickboxing and Kung Fu. Following an injury, she was introduced to acupuncture which had a profound effect not only on the physical trauma but also led to unanticipated emotional healing.

She studied Acupuncture and Tui na at City College of Acupuncture in London where she met Sarah Pritchard. During this time, she began to work as Sarah’s apprentice and teaching assistant. She is now working with Sarah to create continuing education courses, live and online.

Isabel and Sarah have developed a way of working together that integrates their skills and complementary natures. They relish the opportunity to work together in clinic (as a pair) when they can with those who come for help and healing.

In her practice, Isabel enjoys integrating Tui na, acupuncture and more recently sound therapy. She has trained with Don Conreaux, and in Acutonics with Jude and Paul Ponton in Seattle. She is particularly interested in working with the psycho-emotional roots of pain and illness.

Together with Sarah she runs regular gong and sound baths, sound ceremonies and women’s circles in North London and at Blackheath Complementary Health Centre.

Isabel taught martial arts for 9 years. She also a trained yoga teacher and Reiki practitioner.

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Do you lack confidence in your Tui Na skills?

Do you feel confident using Tui Na effectively in your practice? Have you ever wondered if there was a gentler, yet incredibly powerful form of Tui Na? Most colleges in Canada/North America offer a basic Tui Na course that leaves students wanting for more, and unclear how to integrate Tui na into their acupuncture practice.  With over 25+ years of clinical experience, 20+ years of teaching and 2 essential Tui Na textbooks, I am thrilled to be able to offer you my Complete Advanced Tui Na Online Program (with an optional live component!).

I would like to share my knowledge with you, to provide a thorough understanding of Tui na both practically and theoretically, to inspire you to return to the roots of Tui na, to integrate what has been forgotten, a softer more Yin-style of practise. This has powerful clinical effects, patients love it and it will sky-rocket your clinical confidence. I want you to be able to intuitively use your hands for dynamic and potent healing, and for this reason, I invite you to join me in this virtual space as I humbly pass my knowledge on to you.”

What can you do after completing this program?

  • increase your clinical confidence by integrating Tui na into more of your treatments for increased patient results
  • use your hands more instinctively in practice
  • add Yin style tui na to your clinical offerings for a gentler, yet powerful treatment method
  • utilize your Tui na, needling and palpation modalities at a deeper level immediately in your practice
  • creatively flow with more intuition in clinic (Ali – would like the option for a few more bullet points here as some programs will have more)

Enroll Today

Full online program + live workshop

34 CEUs/PDAs | 100hrs
Save $147 vs pay monthly
or
Billed monthly

7-day money
back guarantee

Please note that the 7-day money back guarantee applies to stand-alone courses only and to courses that are not completed in full. The 7-day money back guarantee does not apply to students that have completed a course and have received a certificate of completion.

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What our students are saying…

Really great. A lot of practical and useful information that I will be putting into practice.

“This was an incredible course. I am feeling more confident in my understanding of hormones.”

“I wish that Dr. Lucas had taught at my school.”

  • Really great. A lot of practical and useful information that I will be putting into practice.

  • “This was an incredible course. I am feeling more confident in my understanding of hormones.”

  • “I wish that Dr. Lucas had taught at my school.”

FAQ

  • How long do I have access for?

    How long do I have access for?

  • Do I receive continuing education credits for these courses?

    Yes! Here is how many: 200

  • Do I receive certification?

    There are no regulating bodies for Tui Na, but you do receive an Advanced Tui Na Certificate of Completion + CEU combined with Sarah + PRCO

  • Are all courses online?

    Yes! Plus, there a live component if you are able to join, but it isn't necessary to complete the online program.

  • Do I have access to instructors?

    Yes! You can submit questions twice/year at a set time and Sarah + Isabel will answer in their virtual clinic hours video that is added right into your online recorded course for you to access at anytime. You will have access to all virtual clinic hours videos for life as they are added twice/year.

  • What supplies are required?

    None are required, but some would be beneficial. If you have a tui na cloth/sheet (100% cotton sheet) a treatment couch/table and massage oil, you are good to go! Rice bag is optional for practicing some of your Tui na moves as are cups, gua sha and moxa.

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