Chi Nei Tsang

PTSD Release

Chi Nei Tsang is a type of abdominal massage and healing system from traditional Chinese medicine. Translated as “working with the energy of the internal organs” through Chi, this technique used by itself can achieve the following:

How Does This Work?

A sequence of deep, soft and gentle touches is applied mainly on the abdominal, rib and pelvic area. Guided sound generation is also used to enhance the restorative Chi elements and rid the body of stagnant energies. With these movements, energy flow is corrected for the most important systems of the body: digestive, respiratory, lymphatic, cardiovascular, nervous.

How This Works?

Essentially, the body in its entirety is functioning as a brain. Your body ‘remembers’ every sense it receives, subtly, or harshly, consciously and unconsciously, and so it is a collection of memories, in cellular form. Your body has multiple storage layers of this memory from fascial, to muscular, to vascular to skeletal, etc.
Traumatic, or repetitively stressful events experienced over a period of time accumulate in the body eventually causing cellular starvation – what you may feel as stiffness, muscle tightness, or chronic pain, and accordingly the body adapts itself posturally and emotionally to avoid use of those areas and functions. This shows up as one leg longer than the other, or one shoulder higher than the other, or one side kidney function better than the other.
To safely restore cellular and emotional health, step-by-step releasing is done through a customized series of touch therapy, guided breathwork, voicing, visualization and movement to your needs.
Each session lasts between 2 to 4 hours with the initial session being a minimum of 2.5 hours in order to fully and safely prepare the body for changes to occur. An individual may require between 3 to 6 sessions depending on the issue and length of symptoms.

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