The Chi Nei Tsang is a therapy that works with abdominal massage, with the intention of helping this area of the body is well. “Chi” means energy and “Nei Tsang” internal organs, and this millennial massage is based on the Taoist philosophy, which defends that the abdomen is the center of our organism and that, therefore, taking care of it is to take care of itself, as it favors the Flow of energy and release the tensions accumulated there helps the vital organs to function properly and helps to feel good both physically and mentally.
When we are in love we seem to feel butterflies in our stomach, whereas when we are sad, nervous, or have some fear or worry, it is as if we had a knot in it. Two sensations, two types of feeling very different and that, however, are reflected in the same area of our body.
An explanation to this curious coincidence is brought, once again, by oriental philosophy, which points out that the abdomen is the center of the human body because it is precisely in this place where the energies coming from both the earth and the ski cross. For this reason, it is necessary that this “crossroads” be free of physical and psychological blocks so that the body can function correctly.
The Taoist philosophy on which the Chi Nei Tsang is based understands that each organ reflects or accumulates certain feelings, so that by working each of these organs are able to improve certain sensations that may be blocking or affecting the person.