Tui na Lecturers


Julia Oji

  • BA, Dip Tui na, Clin Cert. Tui na (Nanjing), Lic Ac, MRTCM, MBAcC
  • Tui na Course co-ordinator, Lecturer and Clinical Supervisor
  • Tui na and acupuncture practitioner in private practice

Julia Oji graduated with a Diploma in Tui na from the London School of Chinese Massage Therapy in 1994, having completed her clinical training in Nanjing, China. She later went on to study acupuncture at the London College of Traditional Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and was awarded a Licentiate in Acupuncture.

An accomplished teacher, Julia has been training students in Tui Na for fifteen consecutive years.

“Having been a teacher of various disciplines all my working life (more than 20 years), combining this passion with my love of Chinese medicine has been a wonderfully enriching experience.

In private practice I see patients, of all ages, with a broad range of clinical conditions, combining Tui na and acupuncture in my treatments. However, over the past 10 years I have been particularly drawn to two phases of life: the beginning and the ending. I work a lot with women during their pregnancies, something that ties in with my role as a yoga teacher specializing in pre- and postnatal yoga. I also work with very elderly patients, conducting home and care home on-site treatment.”


Alex Brazkiewicz

  • BSc (Hon), Dip. Tui Na, Cert Tui na (Beijing)
  • HCPC Registered Paramedic, Cert Ed, MBAcC, MRTCM
  • Tui na lecturer and clinical supervisor
  • Tui na and acupuncture practitioner in private practice
  • Co-owner of the approved First Aid Training organisation Holos Healthcare

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Alex was introduced to Shiatsu through his martial arts training over 30 years ago and has been practising bodywork ever since. He gained his degree in Traditional Acupuncture at CICM in Reading, after which he volunteered at the NHS Gateway Clinic in south London.

Alex’s passion for Tui na resulted in his studying extensively in China, including undertaking regular month-long study trips to Beijing to study under Professor Wang Ju Yi.

Alex is also an HCPC registered Paramedic and served for 17 years with the London Ambulance Service. He and his wife own an approved First Aid training organisation which also delivers specialist first aid training to Chinese Medicine practitioners.

Why not try something new and train as a Tui Na practitioner?

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