Hi. My name is Liang Jun. I grew up in western Sichuan province in China and was trained at the Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. I practice Traditional Chinese Massage which is oriented toward energizing the “twelve rivers” of the body (meridians or energy lines.) I use my fingers to stimulate acupuncture points and help with my client’s yin/yang balance.
I'm licensed as a massage therapist by the State of Wisconsin #10048-146, a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals, and fully insured. I provide massage to both adults and children.
My office schedule in Madison (Quarry Arts Building, 715 Hill Street, next to Whole Foods Market on University Avenue, inside parking) is Monday through Wednesday. Use the "Schedule an Appointment" button below to schedule online or call me at 608-632-0214 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment or to ask questions.
Qi Gong is a venerable 8-movement exercise rediscovered in an ancient text found in a 1972 excavation in China. These beautiful and simple flowing gestures (the "eight silken brocade") strengthen the immune system, build physical strength and improve one's sense of well-being. You can easily learn all eight movements in my two hour class. I've found it best to teach Qi Gong one on one rather than in a group. Call me to set up a (Sunday mornings only) appointment. I charge $150 per person (or $200 for a couple) for this training class.