If U need to sublime or mowing your energy, release blockages…
CHI NEI TSANG is the remedy for you.
What is Chi-Nei-Tsang?
Chi-Nei-Tsang (CNT), often refeard to as: “ABDOMINAL MASSGAE”.
I am educated and trained in both Chi-Nei-Tsang 1 & 2, here follow an explanation about this two healing methods:
CHI-NEI-TSANG 1, is a chinese term meaning: “Organ Detox and Lifeforce Massage”, which helps release stress and promotes healing by using techniques of massage directly over the navel and surrounding abdominal area where stress, tension and negative emotions accumulate and congest. In the West it was known as the second brain and the Taoist regard as the Tan Tien. If this area is knotted up, the whole energy of the body is blocked.
When this occurs, all the vital energy functions strain slowly weakening the internal organs and decreasing energy. Chi Nei Tsang massage quickly releases negative emotions, tensions and sicknesses, bringing comfort and relief to the abdomen and vital energy to the internal organs. Chi Nei Tsang is also effective in the treatment of digestive problems, such as irritable bowel syndrome and bloating and constipation. It eliminates toxins in the gastrointestinal tract and promotes lymphatic drainage
“CNT was developed long ago by Chinese Taoist monks in monasteries working to detoxify, strengthen and refine the body in order to hold and carry the energy to perform the highest levels of spiritual practices and have the greatest health and well-being.”
CHI-NEI-TSNAG 2, mean Cheasing the Pains and Stress out of the Body.
Chi Nei Tsang II is one of the most profound therapeutic massage forms found in classical Chinese and Thai Medicine. Chi Nei Tsang practitioners assist those they work with in maintaining their health through tissue and organ massage and wind release techniques. Negative and sick energy affect the physical body. The greater part of all disciplines of Chinese and Thai Medicine involves treatment for neutralizing the destructive power of these sick and destructive energies. If properly addressed, the destructive impact of these immaterial and invisible wind forces can be avoided and considerable harm prevented. Another important part of the procedure is to teach students to sense and release the winds by themselves through healing exercises, meditations and self-massage techniques.
Chi-Nei-Tsang can release conditions where western medicine lack adequate treatment such as cramps, sciatic pain, lower back pain, menstrual pains, irritated bowel syndrome, chest pain, tightness in the jaw and more.
Very welcome, from Nurse, Therapeutic Yoga Teacher & Universal Tao Chi-Nei-Tsang Practitioner:
Anna Pihlgren, Questions mail me or call me: