Life Pulse Massage [B55]

740.00฿

Description

Pulse is Life. From the beginning of existence, our Original beats within the first cells, even before the heart and other organs are formed. The Pulse is the movement of our vital essence, carrying the oxygen, information, and nourishment necessary to clean, feed and protect all the functions of the body. Life Pulse Massage opens a new dimension of healing by liberating the flow of our vital essence of blood and chi to improve, revitalize and balance cardiovascular functions, optimizing overall health in our organs and body.

Life Pluse Massage is an advanced branch of traditional Chi Nei Tsang abdominal massage, an ancient Taoist technique where stagnation is removed from the vital organs surrounding the navel center and are detoxified and rejuvenated. Specifically concerned with the balance of blood and chi, Life Pulse acts to clear and activate the vital pulses of the abdominal center improving energy supply to the vital organs. The “master pulses” of the navel and aorta centers are then synchronized with the 52 pulses of the whole body for optimum circulation and balance.

A global body treatment that releases arterial tension to rebalance high or low blood pressure, working to “flush out” toxins, open restricted blood vessels, and increase blood and Chi flow through the entire vascular system and organs. Life Pulse Healing restores and harmonises an optimum cardiovascular circulation, for better vital health.

Grand Master Mantak Chia has been teaching Taoist health practices for more than 50 years. He is the prolific author of more than 50 books on Taoist Chi Kung and is the Director of the award winning Tao Garden Health Spa. In 2012, Grand Master Chia was honored as one of the Top 100 Most Spiritually Influential Living People. Aisha Sieburth is a Senior Instructor of the Universal Healing Tao System, and the founder and director of Tao of Vitality School in France bridging eastern and western approaches of ancestral healing arts through energy consciousness, internal martial arts, and Chi Nei Tsang.