Tuina in Treating Aesthetic
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According Traditional Chinese Medicine the human body is an organic whole whose activities depend essentially vital organs, because they are the source of qi and blood, network circulating swing and meridians, expressing foreign state through the holes (eyes, nose, mouth…) and the state of our skin. From the point of view of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the aesthetic issue is closely linked to five organs: heart, liver, spleen, lung and kidney. In other words, These five organs are vital to health beauty and aesthetic, proof is that virtually all aesthetic treatments are based on optimizing the conditions of these organs. For example, facial hydration and nutrition for the treatment of heart and spleen; sculpting and regulate body shape treatment spleen and stomach; nourish the hair and brightening the eyes for the treatment of liver and kidney; Cutaneous purification regulating lung and stomach; anti-aging treatment for the treatment of spleen and kidney,…
Manipulative techniques Tuina, through the skin receptors points or areas where they act, sometimes in distal parts of the affected area, nerves and connected to these, can wake up the regulatory capacity of the cerebral cortex on the overall organizational performance. Actions that are ultimately translated, in the aesthetic, in skin hydrated and nourished, beautiful figure, in summary, reflecting higher natural beauty harmonious functioning of the body.
Any cosmetic treatment, according to the theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine, should be based on the principle of acting not only on the local area it is essential to treat the bodies so that the result is more efficient. For example, in the case of acne in the facial area not only would treat the affected area but would note that are the most affected areas of the face and our treatment plus local (tuina and / or aesthetic treatment) could do so only on areas of the body that would help us to rebalance the affected organ getting a more global effect.
Figure: C = Heart, P = Lung, B = Spleen, H = Liver, R = Kidney