About Us

  • 112 East Coast Road, i12 Katong Mall, #03-22
    Singapore 428802
  • 180 Kitchener Rd, #B2 - 32
    Singapore 208539
  • i12 Katong Mall
    +65 6908 8886
  • City Square Mall
    +65 6509 6398

Service Overview

At Tang Shan TCM, we offer a full body Tui Na experience that enhances bodily health, by balancing the Yin and Yang of the body. Tui Na massage originated in China over a couple thousand years ago. It utilises the principles of Qi and other aspects of TCM to better a variety of health conditions, especially pain management, like chronic pain.

We execute it using special massage techniques, where our TCM practitioners uses their palms, fingertips and knuckles to knead, roll, brush, press or rub your body to remove blockages along the meridian (Qi channel) acupoints in order to stimulate Qi and blood flow, promoting balance and healing.

Principles behind TCM Tui Na Massage


Qi is the universal representation of energy, and is the life force flowing through our bodies that sustains us, balancing our bodies and connecting us with our environment. A disruption to our Qi might lead to a myriad of emotional and physical problems.

When Qi does not flow properly in the body, it can result in blockages that cause poor blood circulation, tension and soreness. As more toxins accumulate, it can eventually lead to illness. Tui Na helps to release the excesses of energy and free the flow of Qi, which relieves tight areas and tension in the body.

Yin and Yang

Originating from Taoist philosophy, Yin and Yang in TCM are manifestations of Qi, and are relatively opposite from each other. They are in constant flux with each other, wherein an imbalance of the two can result in bodily ailments. These imbalances can be categorised as: Excess of Yin, Excess of Yang, Deficiency of Yin, Deficiency of Yang.


Meridians are the 12 major channels of the body in which Qi flows through. Tui Na manipulates Qi and balances Yin and Yang by applying pressure onto specific acupoints in our body which correspond to our 12 major meridians.

What ailments can TCM Tui Na massage help with?

  • Shoulder and back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Acute torticollis — Stiffness on one side of the neck
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Low back and leg pain
  • Intervertebral disc disease
  • Sciatica — Back pain due to the sciatic nerve
  • Knee pain
  • Heel pain
  • Acute sprain/strain
  • Joint misalignment
  • Post-stroke symptoms
  • Vertigo — Dizzy spells
  • Migraines — Intense headaches
  • Arthritis — Joint pain and stiffness
  • Muscle spasms
  • Insomnia — Inability to fall asleep
  • Constipation — Difficult bowel movements
  • Disorders of the digestive system
  • Disorders of the respiratory system
  • Disorders of the reproductive system

Health Benefits of TCM Tui Na Massage

The benefits of Tui Na include:

  • Enhancing the immune system
  • Relieves pain and aches
  • Reduces stress and tension in the body
  • Enhances blood circulation
  • Stimulates the body’s natural healing functions

What to Expect during a Massage Session

Prior to the session start, the TCM physician will first obtain a detailed understanding of your condition during consultation.

The Tui Na session is between 30 to 60 minutes long, and will be carried out sitting up on a chair or lying down on a massage table. Therapeutic oil is sometimes used. The number of sessions varies depending on your requirements.

Medical Walk-in Process

No Appointment Needed

Patients do not have to plan out when they come in. Simply walk in and you’ll seen.

Licensed Professionals

Urgent care physicians and nurses offer high-quality care. They are licensed and recognized.

Cost Effective

The cost charged at an immediate care clinic is generally less than a cost charged at a hospital ER.

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We will contact you within one business day.