Yin Tui Na teaches exactly how to perform the extremely light-touch manual therapy that can gently bring a patients’ attention to a long-forgotten or dissociated injury. This book is packed with photos showing how to hold various injured body parts, together with precise instruction in just how much pressure to use, where, and for how long.
Many acupuncturists receive an introduction to Yang Tui Na (overt, large, physical therapeutic moves) while studying Chinese medicine. The Yin techniques are rarely taught in schools.
The Yin Tui Na techniques are hands-on therapies that are subtle, even invisible to the naked eye, and based on releasing old holding patterns and tension.
Yin techniques are classically indicated for injuries at are “old, painless, or forgotten.”