Massage – “Tui Na”

Tui Na” literally means “push and grasp.”  This is perhaps the oldest and most direct form of Chinese Medicine, and has been practiced for thousands of years in China and all over Asia.  It can be used to treat many common issues.

Tui Na massage therapy works directly with the same energetic meridians and acu-points as acupuncture, but no needles are required!  Because these meridians run from our extremities to our head, torso, and organs, we can actually effect the health of the entire body by focusing on these pathways.  For instance, a therapist may apply pressure to areas on the wrists and ankles to reduce tension in the neck and shoulders.

Every treatment can be considered a “whole body” treatment, even when one trouble area is the focus of the session.  This means that problems with the emotions, digestion, and general energy levels can be treated, as well as chronic areas of pain and tension that we might normally see a massage therapist for.

Tui Na is normally done without the use of oils or lotions, as is common with many forms of massage.  No disrobing is necessary.  This added convenience makes it a perfect form of  therapy for people with busy schedules, looking to receive some care in the middle of a hectic day.  Our skilled practitioners have a wide variety of techniques and a deep knowledge of the anatomy of the body.  We can work with all body types, levels of mobility and fitness.

Massage sessions are available by booking on-line or calling the therapist directly at the number below:

– Monday through Saturday, from 1 to 6 PM with Herman at (909)556-5762, or Short sessions and drop-ins available.


If you are below 65 years old = $1 per min, $60 per hour
If you are above 65 years old = $10 for first 20 min, $50 per hour

Cancellation Policy

 Kindly note that we require 24-hour notice of change or cancellation of an appointment, either by phone or email. This will allow enough time to schedule another client.

Clients are billed 100% of the full price for missed appointments and late cancellations.  Cancellations due to weather or emergencies are excused if you call prior to your appointment.