Stress relief, energy boost, detoxification, deep relaxation, emotional balance, improved breathing and digestion, health maintenance, pain management, care and maintenance of the vital organs: …just some of the holistic benefits seen in Chi Nei Tsang – the amazing, powerful, hands-on natural therapy brought to the West by the Taoist Master Mantak Chia.
In this hands-on weekend you can learn enough to integrate the principles and techniques with your own practice, or take a first step in your year-long practitioner training, or simply spend an enjoyable weekend meeting new people, making new friends, and learning a highly effective and practical new skill you can use to help friends, family – and yourself!
Yes, the CNT self-massage can show as many benefits as doing it on others. You don’t have to be ill to feel better!
Your training is facilitated all the way through by Kris Deva North, Mantak Chia co-author, Senior Teacher and Founder of the London Chi Nei Tsang Institute.
Kris has shared this wonderful therapy with people like you, Healers, Martial Artists, Health Professionals including nurses and midwives at the University of Greenwich School of Midwifery, and the Zita West Clinic. During his time at Tao Garden and on subsequent visits he was chosen to give CNT treatments to Mantak Chia and family.
You will also benefit by understanding the theory and to satisfy a distinctive requirement of a Chi Nei Tsang practitioner: the ability to look after oneself and manage your own energy-field to avoid depletion or contamination.
“This is a deep, powerful and effective therapy: our year-long training ensures you receive good, thorough instruction and proper grounding. Nothing is skimped, everything is rigorously tested. When you qualify, you will be, deservedly, fit to practice. You will be proud to have done it properly, and I will be proud to have trained you.” Kris Deva North, Senior Teacher since 1994 and Founder of the London Chi Nei Tsang Institute.
Come along and join us! Click here for the coming weekend, 26th and 27th March, from 10.30am to 6.30pm,
at the Melvin Hall Community Centre, Melvin Road, London SE20 5EU. You won’t waste your time!