Chinese Massage is not only for the athlete, but it can help sports or martial arts injuries, stress, body weakness and fatigue, back problems, headaches and other internal problems, it is a holistic treatment.

Tui Na and Qi Gong are traditional holistic forms of healing used in China for hundreds of years to achieve a complete health. Tui Na is a type of vigorous, deep massage which uses many different types of hand movement to stimulate the tissues and energy circulation and bring increased blood flow to problem areas of the body.
The massage movements can vary from deep massage to rhythmic pounding or quiet soothing circular movements over energy centers. It is Chinese pressure point therapy applied along important acupuncture meridians of the body and therefore works directly on the organs, it can release blockages in the energy flow and help to rebalance the energy throughout the body, the affects are similar to acupuncture, but without the use of needles.

Treatments and its effects
Treatments last an hour and are given either sitting or laying down, the patient should wear comfortable loose clothes and not eat a heavy meal for an hour before treatment. The massage can be very vigorous and sometimes painful, and the patient may experience tingling an increased flow of energy and a deep internal relaxation. These sensations are norma

Our Tui Na and Qi Gong practitioners:

Shifu Quan Jun Liu, a native of China, has studied wushu (traditional Chinese martial arts or kung fu) and qi gong since childhood, and has been teaching traditional Chinese martial arts since 1991 and has studied with some of the best masters. He is a practitioner of Chinese medicine and specializes in Tui Na (Chinese massage), Dian Xue (acupuncture point massage), qi gong healing and martial arts therapy.

Ann Bradford, BAcC, RCHM, M.Sc, Acupuncturist:
Ann is an experienced practitioner, who has been in practice for 20 years.
She uses acupuncture, Tui Na (chinese Therapeutic Massage) and Kkanpo (Japanese Massage) in her clinic.
After completing her training in the UK she travelled to China where she worked in a hospital in Nanjing.
She then worked in an NHS clinic in the Royal Free Hospital before going into private practice. For the past 11 years she has been lecturing at the University of Westminster, where she is a senior lecturer on the BSc Hons course in acupuncture.

She enjoys treating a wide range of problems including sports and musculo-skeletal injuries.
She has special interest areas, which include treatment of women's problems (gynaecological etc) and treatment of children.
She has a wide range of alternative techniques for those children (and adults) who are fearful of needles but still want a complete health care.

With osteopathy, physiotherapy and tui na in kings cross and Shoreditch, we are conveniently located for Central London, the City, North, West, South and East London. Our Pentonville Road clinic is serving Islington, Kings Cross, Euston, St Pancras, Moorgate, West end, Camden, City, Chelsea, Harley Street, Kensington, Knightsbridge and post codes: N1, W1, W2, W8, NW1, WC1, WC2, EC1, EC2, EC3, EC4, SE1 for a complete health care. Our Hoxton clinic is serving Shoreditch, City, Moorgate, Hackney, Canary Wharf, Liverpool Street and post codes: EC1, EC2, EC3, EC4, E1, E2, N1