Ana Bloom

Tuina Message, Chinese Medicine & Intuitive Session Women



Ana Bloom is a curious cat, a plant-based chef and a healer supported by the power of touch and deep listening. She came from a small island somewhere on this planet and while she has jumped around different parts of the world, she has been calling Lisbon her home for the last 12 years.

"A person changes when they reach a ripeness inside of themselves. All you can be is the invitation, the (subtle) influence. Be the sun on the flower inviting it to bloom”, by Jumana Sophia, exert from Communion with other, Her Mystery School.

Since 2013, I have been developing myself as a TCM therapist and light worker. And while my TCM studies remain very present in my work, I have been taking new flights to broaden the reach of my skills and awareness, in to more subtle ways of working with the energies of creation.

Tuina Massage ~ Rebalancing Your Qi Flow ~

Tuina is a form of Chinese manipulative therapy often used in conjunction with acupuncture, moxibustion, fire cupping, Chinese herbalism, tai chi and qi gong.

It’s a hands-on body treatment that uses Chinese taoist principles in an effort to bring the eight principals of Traditional Chinese Medicine into balance by opening the body's defensive chi, inviting the external aggressive energies out and promoting the correct flow of energy in the meridians and the muscles.

Tui means "to push" and na means "to lift and squeeze." Techniques may be gentle or quite firm and are claimed to aid in the treatment of both acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions, as well as many internal conditions. 

Healing space for her ~ intuitive sessions for women

I invite you in to a space of healing and co-creation. A safe and loving space where we will work together on our wounds to heal and to grow in awareness. This will be an intuitive journey in which we might work with massage, with touch, with the chakras, with voice, with cards, with light language, with movement, with meditation, with silence… according to what comes to us and feels good in the moment.

Chittaranjan Nayak