We have been representing Chinese massage practitioners in Sydney and across Australia for over half a century. We have strict membership criteria, which allows us to attract the best-quality massage therapists in the country.
It’s easy to find Chinese remedial massage in Sydney—just search your postcode in our practitioner directory, and you’ll be presented with a list of qualified and accredited massage therapists.
✔️Our Chinese massage therapists are fully qualified and accredited
✔️Our practitioners will treat you holistically, paying attention to your entire being, not just your symptoms
✔️We represent the highest-quality Chinese massage therapists in Australia, possible with our strict membership criteria
✔️Our Chinese massage therapists are recognised by state and federal governments
✔️We have been working with Chinese massage therapists for over 60 years
✔️Our practitioners can help with a variety of physiological and psychological issues
Chinese massage (also known as An Mo Tui Na massage) is a type of deep tissue massage that uses techniques like kneading, twisting, pulling, pushing, and turning to treat patients. It can help with a wide variety of problems, including chronic pain, musculoskeletal issues, digestive issues, arthritis, and more.
Chinese massage works by targeting pressure points and other areas of the body that unblock your Qi (pronounced “chee”). Qi is the life force that runs through your body’s meridians, and when this is imbalanced or blocked, you will experience ill health. The job of the Chinese massage therapist is to get your Qi flowing correctly using the various massage techniques, and restore you to better health.
Chinese massage works stimulates the circulatory and nervous systems, which help to treat the following:
The easiest way to find a Chinese massage therapist in Sydney is through our practitioner directory near the top of the page. Just search using your postcode, and you’ll be presented with a list of qualified practitioners near you.
A Chinese massage appointment will usually go from half an hour to an hour. The therapist will likely work on your jin (the body’s soft tissues), which can block the flow of Qi. They may also target certain pressure points along your body’s meridian system.
You may be asked to remove your clothes down to your underwear, with a towel to retain your modesty. But you can have the massage fully clothed if you’re more comfortable.
Chinese massage has been proven to have a range of health benefits, including pain relief, injury recovery, better balance and coordination, and much more.
Tuina (or Tui Na) is a synonym term for Chinese massage. The two are the same.
Chinese acupressure massage is a type of pressure massage that targets particular meridian points on the body, to stimulate healing. The practitioner will use their thumbs and fingers, and possibly their elbows and knees during the process.