Learn to heal others as well as yourself with Chi Nei Tsang Massage
In the West, the gut is known as the second brain and Taoists regard it as the Tan Tien. The whole energy of the body is connected to this area and if it is knotted up, the body becomes blocked. When this occurs, all the vital energy functions strain slowly weakening the internal organs, decreasing energy and causing pain, illness or health complications in places throughout the body. Chi Nei Tsang massage releases negative emotions, tensions and sicknesses, bringing comfort and relief to the abdomen and vital energy to the internal organs.
People often ask if this course is just for massage therapists or other alternative healers. I encourage all Tao students who are interested in advancing to another level of spiritual and practical development to join me for Chi Nei Tsang courses as well as those who would like to become practitioners to enhance their massage or medicinal trade. The courses give you the opportunity to learn more about your own body and how to heal yourself as well as how to help others whether it be family, friends or clients.
I teach Chi Nei Tsang (CNT) I, II and III abroad as well as at the Tao Garden. CNT I is the basis of all the other CNT techniques and focuses on loosening the abdomen and releasing tension in the organs. Because the tension and sickness in our organs connects to other places in the body, CNT II expands on the first course focusing on techniques to release “trapped sick winds,” which can be stored and cause problems anywhere in the body, from TMJ in the jaw to heart problems to varicose veins in the legs. CNT III works to release tension in the muscle, tendon and meridian lines of the body.
At the end of each CNT course, participants receive a certification and are then given permission to begin collecting case studies to eventually become a CNT practitioner.
I have been a Senior Instructor of Chi Nei Tsang in the Universal Healing Tao System since 2001, and as of 2010, I have served as the Global Branch Leader in CNT. For more information on CNT and how to become a practitioner, click here.