MASSAGE

Massage Training:
Chi Nei Tsang Training in London

 

Chi Nei Tsang I is a unique and highly effective form of bodywork that acts directly on the abdomen, vital organs and their associated emotions. It’s an ancient art that was widely practiced in China – especially in remote areas where doctors were rare. Hugely empowering, it can be used for the healing and health maintenance of both the self and others.

Using a blend of Thai and Chinese massage framed by Taoist philosophy, you will learn effective hands on techniques that will enable you to:

• Unravel and unwind the tensions of modern life in the intestines and organs
• Help the body expel accumulated toxins from food, drugs and the environment
• Relax the mind and body, relieving worry, stress, anxiety
• Restore energy flow – promoting natural healing and breathing
• Relieve aches, pains and digestive dysfunction

 

This course gives you the skills to treat someone using the techniques and principles covered in Mantak Chia’s book Chi Nei Tsang I. It will also contribute valuable points, knowledge and experience to your Continuing Professional Development.

Chi Nei Tsang Self-Massage

Every day your body gets exposed to numerous stresses and strains. And all of your bodily systems work 24 hours a day 7 days a week in pursuit of your wants and desires, but at what cost?

Self massage is the simplest way to give a little back and keep your body-mind functioning well. It is after all the worlds oldest form of healing and a natural instinct in most people.

I’m sure your natural response when you hurt yourself is to ‘rub yourself better’. Thousands of years ago, Chinese sages also started using, exploring and passing on the most effective techniques in this form of self healing.

 

Chi Nei Tsang Self Massage consists of the techniques in the system that you can do to yourself. The techniques unblock the body’s energy flow by freeing up and clearing the abdomen and vital organs. Chi Nei Tsang Self-Massage is an excellent introduction to the wider Chi Nei Tsang system.

 

Benefits from applying self massage:

  • Use basic first aid points for relief from a number of common ailments

  • Detect your own energy imbalance patterns

  • Gain control of your own healing

  • Increase your body sensitivity

  • Assist your body to heal

  • Connection with your own energy

Chi Nei Tsang I Training – Course Curriculum

The Taoist view of Nature and the Universe.

  • Chi

  • Yin/Yang

  • 5 Phases and how they relate to the organs and the emotions

    • Water phase – Kidneys and Bladder

    • Wood phase – Liver and Gall Bladder

    • Fire Phase – Heart and Small Intestine

    • Earth Phase – Stomach, Spleen and Pancreas

    • Metal Phase – Lungs and Large intestine

You learn how to work with the above concepts physically and energetically in the body. Including how to treat all of the phases/elements and their associated organs as well as learning common patterns of dysfunction and how to correct them. The course is very hands-on and applicable to what you will find when working on people. The course is expanded on in later courses and also given a whole new dimension if you choose to go on and study the Universal Healing Tao system to which CNT is intimately linked.

 

What is Chi Nei Tsang?

Chi Nei Tsang is a blend of Thai and Chinese massage and ancient internal energy meditation techniques. A very direct, effective and unique form of bodywork which works directly on the abdomen, organs and their associated emotions. The abdomen contains our energetic and physical centre, an area sometimes referred to as our second brain, due to an abundance of brain cells in the area, the importance of this centre to our overall health cannot be overstated.

Modern life leads to an accumulation of toxins, emotions, twists and tangles in the abdomen. This accumulation may show up as digestive dysfunction, aches/pains, lack of energy, feelings of malaise, worry, stress or anxiety, in fact in too may ways to mention. Chi Nei Tsang unwinds the tensions, relaxes, detoxifies and generally restores natural energy flow to the area. The result is a much healthier system and a more relaxed body and mind.

A typical treatment lasts about 45 mins and generally focuses on the different layers of the abdomen although other areas of the body are also treated. Shallow and deep massage techniques are used and more subtle work takes place on the energy and emotional body. CNT can be combined with other bodywork systems as a shorter session after a treatment or integrated into the session. Loose comfortable clothing is recommended which allows access to the abdomen as some techniques work best directly on the skin and oil is sometimes used. People come for treatments with all manner of ailments, for pleasure, self development or as part of a weight loss or detox programme.

Unlike most massage treatments the treatment dynamic is also about education. The practitioner is not healing as such but awakening and working with the student’s natural healing ability. The student is taught along the way how to treat themselves. Therefore the power for future healing is in the hands of the client and the healing can continue long after the sessions finish.

 
 
 
Massage Training:
Chi Nei Tsang Training in London

 

Chi Nei Tsang I is a unique and highly effective form of bodywork that acts directly on the abdomen, vital organs and their associated emotions. It’s an ancient art that was widely practiced in China – especially in remote areas where doctors were rare. Hugely empowering, it can be used for the healing and health maintenance of both the self and others.

Using a blend of Thai and Chinese massage framed by Taoist philosophy, you will learn effective hands on techniques that will enable you to:

• Unravel and unwind the tensions of modern life in the intestines and organs
• Help the body expel accumulated toxins from food, drugs and the environment
• Relax the mind and body, relieving worry, stress, anxiety
• Restore energy flow – promoting natural healing and breathing
• Relieve aches, pains and digestive dysfunction

 

This course gives you the skills to treat someone using the techniques and principles covered in Mantak Chia’s book Chi Nei Tsang I. It will also contribute valuable points, knowledge and experience to your Continuing Professional Development.

Chi Nei Tsang Self-Massage

Every day your body gets exposed to numerous stresses and strains. And all of your bodily systems work 24 hours a day 7 days a week in pursuit of your wants and desires, but at what cost?

Self massage is the simplest way to give a little back and keep your body-mind functioning well. It is after all the worlds oldest form of healing and a natural instinct in most people.

I’m sure your natural response when you hurt yourself is to ‘rub yourself better’. Thousands of years ago, Chinese sages also started using, exploring and passing on the most effective techniques in this form of self healing.

 

Chi Nei Tsang Self Massage consists of the techniques in the system that you can do to yourself. The techniques unblock the body’s energy flow by freeing up and clearing the abdomen and vital organs. Chi Nei Tsang Self-Massage is an excellent introduction to the wider Chi Nei Tsang system.

 

Benefits from applying self massage:

  • Use basic first aid points for relief from a number of common ailments

  • Detect your own energy imbalance patterns

  • Gain control of your own healing

  • Increase your body sensitivity

  • Assist your body to heal

  • Connection with your own energy

Chi Nei Tsang I Training – Course Curriculum

The Taoist view of Nature and the Universe

  • Chi

  • Yin/Yang

  • 5 Phases and how they relate to the organs and the emotions

    • Water phase – Kidneys and Bladder

    • Wood phase – Liver and Gall Bladder

    • Fire Phase – Heart and Small Intestine

    • Earth Phase – Stomach, Spleen and Pancreas

    • Metal Phase – Lungs and Large intestine

 

You learn how to work with the above concepts physically and energetically in the body. Including how to treat all of the phases/elements and their associated organs as well as learning common patterns of dysfunction and how to correct them.

 

The course is very hands-on and applicable to what you will find when working on people. The course is expanded on in later courses and also given a whole new dimension if you choose to go on and study the Universal Healing Tao system to which CNT is intimately linked.

What is Chi Nei Tsang?

Chi Nei Tsang is a blend of Thai and Chinese massage and ancient internal energy meditation techniques. A very direct, effective and unique form of bodywork which works directly on the abdomen, organs and their associated emotions.

 

The abdomen contains our energetic and physical centre, an area sometimes referred to as our second brain, due to an abundance of brain cells in the area, the importance of this centre to our overall health cannot be overstated.

Modern life leads to an accumulation of toxins, emotions, twists and tangles in the abdomen. This accumulation may show up as digestive dysfunction, aches/pains, lack of energy, feelings of malaise, worry, stress or anxiety, in fact in too may ways to mention. Chi Nei Tsang unwinds the tensions, relaxes, detoxifies and generally restores natural energy flow to the area. The result is a much healthier system and a more relaxed body and mind.

A typical treatment lasts about 45 mins and generally focuses on the different layers of the abdomen although other areas of the body are also treated. Shallow and deep massage techniques are used and more subtle work takes place on the energy and emotional body.

 

CNT can be combined with other bodywork systems as a shorter session after a treatment or integrated into the session. Loose comfortable clothing is recommended which allows access to the abdomen as some techniques work best directly on the skin and oil is sometimes used. People come for treatments with all manner of ailments, for pleasure, self development or as part of a weight loss or detox programme.

Unlike most massage treatments the treatment dynamic is also about education. The practitioner is not healing as such but awakening and working with the student’s natural healing ability. The student is taught along the way how to treat themselves. Therefore the power for future healing is in the hands of the client and the healing can continue long after the sessions finish.

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