The guard we all have to our individual prisons is the fear of feeling what's happening inside of us. That prison can take many forms: from physical illness and pain to difficult emotions and life circumstances we feel we can't approach let alone change, to not enjoying simply being alive. Using breath and internal Chi Kung, the Chi Nei Tsang (pronounced CHEE-NAYT-SAHNG) practitioner gently and deeply manipulates the receiver's belly, AKA the Second Brain, so she or he can peacefully meet what's hiding in themselves and allow the flow of health to resume.
The key we all have to our individual prisons is facing the fear of feeling whatever is happening inside of us. When we face old patterns in a new way, we create inroads of health and harmony, strengthening our constant (but sometimes forgotten) connection with the Five Elemental Forces, the Cosmos, which is always present, waiting for us to remember. When we remember what we are, we heal. Chi Nei Tsang is more than a simple abdominal massage. Like acupuncture, it has its roots in the Five Elements, giving it the ability to take us deeper into our lives, deeper into our connection with our inner knowing, which is the key to our freedom.
I began learning Chi Nei Tsang in 2008 and am thrilled to have received Level III practitioner status from the Chi Nei Tsang Institute and TaoTouch in Berkeley, CA from master teacher, Gilles Marin. My own healing process has been a precious gift of my learning process.
Book a consultation or session and see what your own belly can show you!