An illustrated guide to combining the new healing modality of microcurrent therapy with Chi Nei Tsang energy massage
• Explains how microcurrent therapy harmonizes the body’s cells, regenerates the nervous system, and boosts the body’s natural self-healing abilities
• Provides illustrated, step-by-step instructions for using microcurrent therapy during massage and for the basic techniques of Chi Nei Tsang massage
• Shows how combining these therapies can relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and help specific ailments, such as arthritis, sciatica, fibromyalgia, and shingles
Each cell of the body is animated by a highly organized and intelligent bioenergy, or bioelectricity. When cells are damaged, they become electrically imbalanced. Recently it has been discovered that microcurrent therapy–applying low-amperage electrical currents to the body–harmonizes the cells, returns them to a normal state of cellular activity, and boosts the body’s natural self-healing abilities. Combining this innovative new modality with ancient Taoist healing methods, Mantak Chia and Aisha Sieburth detail how to integrate microcurrent therapy with Chi Nei Tsang energy massage for pain relief, self-healing, and rejuvenation.
The authors explain how microcurrent has a regenerative effect on the nervous system, helping to increase energy levels, promote circulation of blood and lymph, relieve acute or chronic pain, restore pH balance of the blood, balance hormone function, and improve the immune system. Its effects on circulation extend to all the body’s vessels, tissues, and cells as well as enhancing toxin elimination and reducing inflammation. The authors show how microcurrent therapy pairs extraordinarily well with Chi Nei Tsang massage. The microcurrent, flowing through the hands of the massage practitioner into the body, enhances the effects of the massage within the nerves and tissues, making it easier to harmonize the flow of energy, release tensions, and dissolve energetic knots in the meridians.
With illustrated, step-by-step instructions, the authors explain how to use microcurrent therapy during massage and describe the basic techniques of CNT massage. They also show how CNT microcurrent therapy is beneficial for general physical health and for a host of specific ailments, such as nerve pain, arthritis, sciatica, fibromyalgia, shingles, headaches, slow-healing wounds, and tendon and ligament pain.