Chi Nei Tsang I Detox techniques – Dublin, Ireland / June 23 to 26

Chi Nei Tsang (CNT) is a therapeutic massage and meditation technique for activating and cleansing the internal organs of the abdomen. The Taoist ways of ancient China have found that we often develop energy blockages in the internal organs that lead to knots and entanglements in the abdominal area. These blockages occur in the centre of our body where our vital functions operate and hinder the flow of energy.

Tok Sen Massage (Chi Nei Tsang III) – Healing Harmony – Ireland – Dublin / June 28-30

Tok Sen Healing Harmony, or Chi Nei Tsang III, is the technique to clear blocked energy. Originally it was called Sen Sip in the Thai system of massage, which was used for numerous functions, including healing and maintenance of a healthy body. The unique and special feature of this treatment is the emphasis on the ten major energy channels. These “wind” channels are related to those found in Chinese medicine. There is also a relationship to traditional acupressure.

Tok Sen Massage (Chi Nei Tsang III) – Healing Harmony – Toulouse, France / July 7 to 9

Tok Sen Healing Harmony, or Chi Nei Tsang III, is the technique to clear blocked energy. Originally it was called Sen Sip in the Thai system of massage, which was used for numerous functions, including healing and maintenance of a healthy body. The unique and special feature of this treatment is the emphasis on the ten major energy channels. These “wind” channels are related to those found in Chinese medicine. There is also a relationship to traditional acupressure.

Chi Nei Tsang I organ detox massage – Madrid, Spain / September 14th-17th

Chi Nei Tsang I is abdominal chi massage. I welcome all students who are interested in learning more about energy cultivation, self-healing and the internal organ massage. At the end of the course, students receive a certificate allowing them to begin collecting case studies to eventually apply to become a CNT I practitioner.

Chi Nei Tsang I Organ Detox Massage – Tenerife, Spain / October 12-15

Chi Nei Tsang I is abdominal chi massage. I welcome all students who are interested in learning more about energy cultivation, self-healing and the internal organ massage. At the end of the course, students receive a certificate allowing them to begin collecting case studies to eventually apply to become a CNT I practitioner.

Fusion of the Five Elements I – Online training / October 20-22

In the Fusion course, we balance and condense our internal energy to connect with the Source and download the information from the Universe to expand our spiritual practice. It is a powerful practice that further opens channels in the body using the eight forces of the Pakua. We also learn and practice Tao Yin to support our growth and development in the Fusion practice.

Chi Nei Tsang I Organ Detox Massage – Hungary/Budapest / November 6-9

Chi Nei Tsang (CNT) is a therapeutic massage and meditation technique for activating and cleansing the internal organs of the abdomen. The Taoist ways of ancient China have found that we often develop energy blockages in the internal organs that lead to knots and entanglements in the abdominal area. These blockages occur in the centre of our body where our vital functions operate and hinder the flow of energy.

Fusion of the Five Elements I – Budapest, Hungary / November 10-12

In the Fusion course, we balance and condense our internal energy to connect with the Source and download the information from the Universe to expand our spiritual practice. It is a powerful practice that further opens channels in the body using the eight forces of the Pakua. We also learn and practice Tao Yin to support our growth and development in the Fusion practice.

Chi Nei Tsang II – Chasing the Winds & Golden Elixir Qigong – Budapest, Hungary / November 14-17

Chi Nei Tsang II expands on the first CNT 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. At the end of the course, students receive a certificate allowing them to begin collecting case studies to eventually apply to become a CNT II practitioner.

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