Chinese bodywork

Chinese bodywork (tui na) is an ancient form of Chinese physical therapy, some 2000 years old. "Tui Na" combines the names of two of the hand techniques. "Tui" meaning "to push" and "Na" meaning "to lift and squeeze". This modality uses traction, massage and manipulation in conjunction with the stimulation of acupressure points. It is used to treat, or complement the treatment of, many conditions including musculo-skeletal disorders and chronic stress-related disorders of the digestive, respiratory, and reproductive systems.

Post graduation, Adina has been studying extensively Chinese bodywork with Dr. Steven Jackowicz, L.Ac., Ph.D.,  at the Institute for Classical Asian Studies New York and has a diploma in Physical Manipulation Techniques.