Learning Mantak Chia’s Chi Nei Tsang – Taoist Massage aka Hara Shiatsu – 4 & 5 October

This hands-on first weekend can be your first step in the full training: The Nearest You Get To Psychic Surgery Without Doing Psychic Surgery! or use the principles and techniques to integrate in your existing practice…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 offer as many benefits as doing it on others. You don’t have to be ill to feel better.
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 – Taoist Massage – Hara Shiatsu, the amazing, powerful, hands-on natural therapy brought to the West by the Taoist Master Mantak Chia.

Mantak Chia shared his knowledge and qualified Kris Deva North, already a Zen Shiatsu Master, as Senior Teacher. Kris founded the London Chi Nei Tsang Institute and Healing Tao Centre where he developed CNT Practitioner Training, the structured program leading to recognised UK qualification, supported by the range of Universal Healing Tao Courses.

Kris personally facilitates your training all the way through. 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.

Here’s the click to Learn More: times, cost, background info, research, links to articles, practitioners, books and more…

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About Kris Deva North

Author, Meditation Coach, Teacher of the Taoist Arts and NLP.
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