Chi Nei Tsang is a form of abdominal and organ massage with roots in both Chinese and Thai medicine as well as Taoist healing practices. The translation of Chi Nei Tsang is "internal organs chi transformation." Chi Nei Tsang uses gentle massage, acupressure, and sound healing techniques to support organ function, free stagnation, support circulation, and mobilize the fascial connections between organs. Chi Nei Tsang supports the physical, emotional, and energetic bodies through gentle manipulations which focus primarily around the abdomen, pelvis, and thorax.
Our organs are responsible for digestion and assimilation of not only food, toxins, and hormones, but also emotions and experiences. Chi Nei Tsang is a holistic treatment which supports both systemic organ health and emotional wellbeing.
Before your session: Please wear comfortable, loose clothing that you are able to move around in easily (i.e. gym or yoga clothing). Soft pants and long sleeve shirts over a tank top are ideal, but whatever you feel most comfortable in. It is also recommended to avoid eating a large meal in the hour or two before your session, if your schedule allows it.
Chi Nei Tsang was proliferated by Taoist Master, Mantak Chia who runs the Healing Tao Center in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Continuing Education in Portland, OR is offered by Sayuma Comer.