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practices that encourage the movement of chi thru meridians or other tissues of the body to affect wellness
"Chi" means energy and "Nei Tsang" means internal organs. Chi Nei Tsang was originally developed by Chinese Taoist monks to strengthen their bodies to carry the energy required to perform their spiritual practices. Practitioners work CNT points on the abdomen and the body to train internal organs to work more efficiently and to improve energy flow in the body. Mary Ellen is a Chi Nei Tsang Senior Teacher of levels 1 thru 3 in the Taoist system brought to the west by Master Mantak Chia.
Reiki (pronounced ray-kee) in Japanese means "universal life energy." It is a healing technique of transmitting life energy by placing the hands gently in specific positions either on or above the body. This laying-on of hands is designed to relieve pain, restore vitality, heal illnesses, and aid spiritual growth. It was developed by Dr. Mikao Usui, a Christian monk in Japan, who came upon ancient manuscripts revealing the healing system in the 19th century. Mary Ellen is a Reiki Master.
This session affords more time to receive and actual attunement to the Reiki energy which only a Reiki Master can perform.
Within the craniosacral system is the cerebrospinal fluid that moves in a slight but perceptible tide-like manner. Craniosacral therapists assist in facilitating change in areas of restriction where this tide-like motion is limited, confined, and immobilized. By using a gentle light touch, this fluid becomes more rhythmic and balanced, and the central nervous system is restored. Mary Ellen has studied with Dr. John Upledger.
This session offers the opportunity to explore a more relax session and allows for Somato Emotional release should it arise.
Hawaiian for "soothe or work out," Lomi lomi is a healing technique handed down from ancient Hawaiian healers. Spiritual in nature, Mary Ellen's practice is as it was practiced on the ali'i and taught by her Hawai'ian Kahuna, Kimo. She encourages release of stagnant energy with gentle rocking technique and if the student is ready Ho'o'pono'pono which is spiritual healing to release the past and look to the future.
Gua Sa is a scraping of tissues to release stagnant chi or sha and is used in Chi Nei Tsang Treatments.
Its function is to encourage the movement of chi.
This particular modality can be used to clear stagnant chi from the meridians and improves structure and function both in the abdominal organs and the musculoskeletal system.
As a Full Instructor in Mantak Chia's Taoist Healing System Mary Ellen teaches Taoist meditation practices. As a certified hypnotherapist she proviedes guided imagery for goal setting, exploring past events and clearing of stagnant energy
All of the practice here requires your commitment to the healing process. At be in the tao we encourage, you do the work and process.