Chi Nei Tsang (Taoist Abdominal Massage) with Ariel Tang
Chi, the life-force energy, moves through the body’s internal channels, nervous system, blood vessels, and lymph glands. These systems concentrate and cross paths in the abdomen which acts as their control center. Tensions, worries, and stresses of the day, month, or year accumulate there and are seldom dispersed. These disturbances can cause physical tangling and knotting of the nerves, blood vessels, and lymph nodes. The result is the gradual obstruction of energy circulation.
The ancient Taoists of China realized that negative emotions cause serious damage to one’s health, impairing both physical and spiritual functions. They understood that each human emotion is an expression of energy and that certain emotions could indicate the negative energy behind many physical ailments. They also identified a specific cycle of relationships between the emotions and the organs. For example, the experience of a “knot” in one’s stomach indicated the presence of worry, the negative emotion that accumulates in the stomach and spleen.
The Taoists discovered that most maladies could be healed once the underlying toxins and negative forces were released from the body. They developed the art of Chi Nei Tsang to recycle and transform negative energies that obstruct the internal organs and cause knots in the abdomen. Chi Nei Tsang clears out the toxins, bad emotions, and excessive heat or heat deficiencies-that cause the organs to dysfunction.
Chi Nei Tsang has been reported to be effective in:
- relieving constipation and bloatness
- relieving various digestive issues
- relieving heartburn and acid reflux
- improving respiration
- improving blood circulation
- healing back pain and sciatic pain
- healing headache
- TMJ and jaw issues
- impotence and infertility
- improving vitality
- revitalizing internal systems
- enlivening the spirit
- balancing emotions
- calming the mind
- and many more
Ariel is now based both in Hong Kong and Bali. For enquiries, please email Ariel at firstname.lastname@example.org.