The UKRTCM funds this website and is a voluntary not for profit organisation
Transparency and Honesty
The purpose of this site is to provide information about the UK Register of Tui Na Chinese Massage (UKRTCM) and the practice of Tui na by its members.
Descriptions of Tui na practice are as studied in the UK Tui na colleges that fulfil the UKRTCM core curriculum and in P.R. China. They are written by fully qualified Tui na practitioner/teachers from the established UK schools fulfilling the core curriculum.
No personal data about an individual using this site will be obtained without their permission. Where any personal information is shown – for example, names and addresses of practitioners – it is displayed only with prior consent.
Basic information about the UKRTCM and Tui na practice is unlikely to change very often and therefore web pages will not display a ‘last modified’ date. Practitioner details represent the latest information received from individual member practitioners, and in some cases may have changed. Users are encouraged to use the contact information for the UKRTCM to point out any errors or inconsistencies on this website. No responsibility can be accepted for out of date information.
Any link (‘third party site’) from this website is provided for information and convenience only. We cannot accept responsibility for the sites linked to, or the information found there. A link does not imply that the UKRTCM endorses that site.
The information contained on this website is not intended for self-diagnosis purposes. Users should consult a suitably qualified person on any specific health-related problem or matter which is covered by any information on this site before taking further action.
This site holds a list of members who have shown evidence that they have completed a course of Tui na training that fulfils the core curriculum set by the UKRTCM and have provided us with a copy of their professional indemnity insurance at the time of application.
The UKRTCM is a register of members only and NOT an accrediting body. Only practitioners who fulfil our membership criteria terms and conditions are listed as current members of the UKRTCM and are eligible to use the letters MRTCM after their name. However, the UKRTCM has no personal experience of these members and can neither recommend or not recommend them.
Please note: A condition of full membership is that the member should hold valid insurance. However, although the UKRTCM endeavours to ensure that all its practitioner members are fully insured we cannot guarantee this. If in any doubt, please request to see insurance documentation.
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