Krop­ster­api “Chi Nei Tsang” med fokus på maven.
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.
A CNT ses­sion starts with an inter­view where I eval­u­ate your unique sit­u­a­tion and con­stel­la­tion and then use tech­niques from CNT 1 & 2 to address your spe­cif­ic con­di­tion.

Very wel­come, from Nurse, Ther­a­peu­tic Yoga Teacher & Uni­ver­sal Tao Chi-Nei-Tsang Prac­ti­tion­er:
Anna Pihlgren, Ques­tions mail me or call me: 


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