Chi Nei Tsang Resources

Chi Nei Tsang is also known as internal organ chi massage. Taoist master Mantak Chia brought this practice to the West. It is part of Master Chia’s larger system of healing and spiritual practices called the Healing Tao.

Practitioners use deep, soft, gentle touch in the abdominal area. They work with acupressure points around the navel that promote the flow of energy in the abdomen and improve blood and lymph circulation. Through a series of gentle rocking, stretching, and shaking movements they encourage the release of tight abdominal muscles and ligaments.

Chi Nei Tsang can be used for relief from physical complaints and to maintain one’s health. It also works on a deeper emotional level. Like Rosen Method, Chi Nei Tsang can contact and release unconscious emotional experiences that are stored as muscle tension. It allows individuals to reconnect with parts of themselves that have been cut off from awareness. This can lead to profound and lasting emotional change.

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Healing from Within with Chi Nei Tsang, Applied Chi Kung in Internal Organs Treatment


Healing from Within with Chi Nei Tsang, Applied Chi Kung in Internal Organs Treatment
by Gilles Marin

Gilles Marin is a long time student of Mantak Chia, and this book is a thorough introduction to the subject. It’s aimed at students of the work and places considerable emphasis on how you can cultivate benefits for yourself, with an emphasis on breathing, meditation, and qigong. I recommend the Bone Breathing meditation described here, a practice that strengthens the bones.

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Giles Marin's Web Site


Giles Marin’s Web Site

Gilles Marin is located in Berkeley, where he practices and has a training institute.

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Mantak Chia's Web Site


Mantak Chia’s Web Site

Master Chia’s work is documented in his many books, videos, and CDs. His teachings are called Healing Tao or the Universal Tao system.

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