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Laura Cimo: Graduated from TuiNa theory and practice at the TuiNa / MTC Training Center in Lyon.

Certification training in Thai massage in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

10 years of learning and practicing massage

Tuina - Traditional Chinese massage

Tuina is the traditional Chinese massage. It is one of the 5 branches of Chinese medicine. It uses the meridians and acupuncture points of the body to directly affect energy (Qi) by dispersing it, toning or stimulating, with the aim of rebalancing and circulating energies.

The Tuina is a rather dynamic massage. The objective is to act on the circulation of energy, liquids and blood, to release stagnation and tensions both physical and emotional. One of the advantages of Tuina is its ability to help relieve a specific problem, including chronic pain from muscles or joints such as arthritis, sciatica, muscle spasm, back pain, shoulder or neck. It can also help fight, among other things, against insomnia, constipation, headache and migraines as well as tensions linked to stress.

It is practiced on the table, oil-free, with flexible and comfortable clothing.

Tuina suction cups

The suction cups release energy blockages and facilitate the circulation of blood and Qi.

(1h or 1h30 sessions)

Tuina pediatric:

The effects of massage on a child from 0 to 12 years old without particular disorders are the strengthening of the immune system, digestion, sleep. It helps the child to develop physically and mentally, alleviates physical pain and helps to make him more solid, strong and resistant.

(30 min sessions)

Californian massage:

The Californian massage is an enveloping, slow and deep massage. It helps relieve physical and emotional tensions, anxiety, fear, stress, fatigue, depression…

It is practiced on the table, with oils.

(1h or 1h30 sessions)

Foot reflexology :

Plantar reflexology is a massage and acupressure technique practiced on reflex areas of the foot and leg, which allows energy, fluids and blood to circulate. The principle of reflexology is that our entire body is reflected in our 2 feet.

(1 hour sessions)

Thai massage:

Thai massage is inspired by yoga and meditation. It is a complete and dynamic massage of the whole body including maneuvers, massages and pressure on the energy lines of the body (Sen, similar to the meridians of Chinese medicine) and light stretching. The objective is to act on the circulation of energy, liquids and blood, to release stagnation and tensions both physical and emotional, and it gives back to the body flexibility and mobility.

It is practiced on the floor on a futon, without oil, with flexible and comfortable clothing.

(1h or 1h30 sessions)