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'I initially studied for my university degree in the food industries and subsequently worked in wineries in Spain as a wine make, manager and wine analyst.. I've always had an interest in massage though and from the age of 14 practised regularly on my family members....

What did you do before becoming a Tuina practitioner? I became a Tuina practitioner quite young, I was 18, so straight out of school. At that time I didn’t have much of an idea on which direction I wanted to go in, so my dad (Errol...

Having been used for over 3000 years to treat a variety of illnesses, acupuncture involves the principles of Qi, which flows through the meridian lines of the body, and is one of the oldest and most respected forms of medicine in the world. Not only...

Adrian comes from a sports and athletic background, so is only too aware of the types of injuries that can be picked up and how they can affect your performance if not put right. He is a qualified sports massage therapist and is highly skilled...

As well as the two clinics in London, Touch Tuina also has another one further north, in the beautiful Cathedral city of York. To find out more about how this clinic came to be, read on as Errol talks about how it all started and...

Peter Nagy is another of our most experienced Tuina Practitioners, you can often find him at the Kentish Town Touch Tuina clinic. While there, we took some time to find out more about how he got involved with Tuina and his thoughts on his journey...

Issie is not only one of our most experienced practitioners, he also runs the Touch Tuina Catford clinic in South London. We sat down with him and talked about his journey to getting involved with Tuina and what inspires him going forward. What did you do...

Along with Mariana Arando, Errol Lynch is the founder of Touch Tuina. Overseeing a trio of clinics in Kentish Town, Catford and York, Errol is the UK’s leading Tuina therapist and master of Chinese medicine, with a client list that includes Premiership footballers, such as...

Tuina, or Tui-na (pronounced twee-nah) originated in China and dates back to around 2300 BC. It’s the oldest known form of massage and is one of the four main branches of traditional Chinese medicine, the other three being acupuncture, Chinese herbs and qi gong, which...