My work is at the intersection of East/West. From a deep love of studying the body and its workings and the nuances of the human condition, I have discovered my passion for Yin Yoga, Chi Ne Tsang, and Taoist tonic herbs. They overlap, in that they are all influenced by Taoist principles and practices, and they share commonality in that they foster in those exposed to them a deeper sense of their own power and purpose and, with time, radiant health and wellbeing. I have also, through my own struggles maintaining health and happiness in the face of cultural and social programming, learned much about detoxification, whole foods and creating a living kitchen and home, and I hope to share this info on my blog. I have offered health coaching in the past, but am currently takign a break while I raise my daughter.
Chi Nei Tsang (CNT) is a centuries-old healing touch therapy from the Taoist tradition in China. It focuses on deep, gentle abdominal massage in order to "train" the internal abdominal organs to work more efficiently, which in turn is said to improve physical and emotional health. The words Chi Nei Tsang translate to "working the energy of the internal organs" or "internal organs chi transformation." CNT is based on the belief that unresolved emotional issues are stored in the digestive system and that poor "emotional digestion" is one of the main reasons for ill health.
People receiving CNT have reported a wide variety of health benefits, including the reduction or elimination of chronic abdominal, back, hip, and shoulder pain; headaches; menstrual cramps; sciatica; fibroids; hiatal hernias; infertility; impotence; prostate problems; and more. CNT has also been used effectively for stress management and health maintenance.
Tahnee received instruction in Chi Ne Tsang techniques from Taoist Grand Master Mantak Chia and Jutta Kellerberg at Tao Garden, Thailand.
Generally at least 3-4 sessions at weekly intervals are recommended, though more or less may be required depending on symptoms.
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