Chi Nei Tsang
Re-working the bodies energy and re-programming the internal organs with gentle abdominal massage
What is Chi Nei Tsang?
Chi Nei Tsang (CNT) is a method of abdominal massage rooted in Chi Kung and Taoist tradition. Chi Nei Tsang literally means “working the energy of the internal organs”
CNT practitioners are trained in Chi-Kung and work mainly on the abdomen with deep, soft and gentle touches, to train internal organs to work more efficiently. Unprocessed emotional charges are also addressed in this manner, as well as all of the body systems: digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, lymphatic, nervous, endocrine, urinary, reproductive, muscular-skeletal, and the acupuncture meridian system (Chi).
Abdominal massage can have huge beneficial effects, not just on the organs in the abdomen but on the entire musculoskeletal system and psyche.
What can you expect from a CNT Massage?
A Chi Nei Tsang/TaoTouch treatment generally begins with a dialogue discussing your health history and any current health issues you wish to address via treatment. June applies a truly holistic approach, considering all aspects of your physical and emotional state.
June will help you to be comfortable on a massage table, using pillows and bolsters to support you, most often lying on your back. Once completely comfortable June will begin the treatment with gentle and precise touches to your abdomen to discern the best way to help you feel better, as she guides you in breathing mindfully into the areas she is working with. You may experience a deep sense of relaxation and re-connection with yourself on a physical and emotional level during the treatment. The treatment will last approximately one hour; you may even fall asleep, and this too is part of the therapeutic experience. June will conclude the treatment by giving you advice and simple self-care exercises that you can do at home to support and maintain your well-being.
What has happened during the treatment will vary depending on your needs and circumstances; your experience of change, or healing, may occur during the treatment or it may occur in the days and even weeks following the treatment.