Chi Nei Tsang literally means working the energy of the internal organs. In a systematic manner, the abdomen is warmed with oil prepared with palming massage strokes, and then worked from the right side to the left side. They finish by grounding the person with other massage techniques on the legs, arms and face. Organs and arteries are worked on deeply and sometimes painfully.

When there is pain or transference of sensation, there may also be toxins that show up as a yellowing on the practitioner’s gloves. You will feel some areas of both hardness and softness, and may experience an inability to breathe followed by a deeper ability to digest life and all its nutrients upon completion of a session.

When a person’s abdomen is blocked, large, or hardened, multiple sessions are recommended. It is much easier to give a session to a yogi who has also done deep internal work on themselves, such as emotional release therapies.

All of the body’s systems–digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, lymphatic, nervous, endocrine, urinary, and reproductive –are addressed in a session.


- Detoxifies, restructures, and strengthens the body
- Stimulates the internal organs to work more efficiently
- Helps people grow & change by listening to their bodies
- Assists in emotional balancing
- Augmentation of other health care modalities
- Relief from: Stress, depression, anxiety, fear, grief, trauma, breathing problems, digestive disorders, menstrual problems, sleep difficulties, and fatigue
- Treats the following illnesses: Abdominal pain, irritable bowel syndrome, gall bladder pain, bloating, acid reflux, constipation, and other digestive issues. 
- Clients experience: greater energy, emotional resilience, enhanced self-esteem, deepened spirituality, expanded creativity, comfort in intimacy, greater enjoyment of life


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