Chi Nei Tsang III is the fourth section of the Chi Nei Tsang series following Chi Nei Tsang I (Organ Massage), Chi Nei Tsang II (Channel Massage) and Karsai Nei Kung (Genital Massage) with Chi Nei Tsang III (Muscle, Tendon & Meridian Massage) as the last section. This is the final chapter of the Chi Nei Tsang Internal Massage moving the energy (Chi) throughout the body while releasing and opening up its passages.
Throughout the massage sections in this book you will use the hand techniques (finger presser, twisting & spiraling, hand scooping & wave techniques) used in Chi Nei Tsang I to open up and release the brockages in the Abdominal, Arteries, Muscles, Tendons, Vertebras, Shoulder Blades, Coccyx, Arms, Legs, Feet, Joints, Hands, Neck and Meridian Lines layout in the following pages.
Master Chia is introducing in CNT III a new technique called Tok Sen which means “take off energy lines” in Thai. It is a technique to clear blocked energy. It uses mechanical and sound vibration, working deeply through the fascia and muscles. This unique healing modality is found only in the Chiang Mai area of Northern Thailand (Lanna) dating back over 5000 years, and developed in Lanna while acupuncture developed in China. Tok Sen help to improve energy flow & relieves aching muscles which often use in Paralysis or Herniated Nucleus Pulposus patient. This book goes into greater detail and explaination for opening up the muscles, tendons and meridian lines in the body taughted by Master Mantak Chia for your health and well-being.
Running Time 2 hours 54 minutes
1. Theory (22:09 Mins)
2. Opening the Navel Tendon Ring (07:13 Mins)
3. Toksen Introduction (07:56 Mins)
3.2 Position I : Supine Lying (33:53 Mins)
3.3 Position II : Prone Lying (22:31 Mins)
3.4 Position III : Side Lying (15:10 Mins)
3.5 Position IV : Sitting Lying (12:06 Mins)
4. Tendon Therapeutic Technique Massage (29:28 Mins)
5. Cupping Technique (10:42 Mins)
6. Guasa Therapy Technique (06:14 Mins)
7. Tao Garden Introduction (08:32 Mins)