AOMA Events Calendar
Free Intro to CHI NEI TSANG, LEVEL 1: Taoist Abdominal Qi Rejuvenation
Location: April 5-7 and May 10 will meet in the AOMA Mind Body Center. May 11-12 will meet in Classroom E1.
From: April 2, 2013 at 5:15pm to: 6:15pm
FREE INTRO: Tuesday April 2, 5:15-6:15pm, Classroom B1
April 5-7 (Part 1) and May 10-12 (Part 2)
Chi Nei Tsang is an ancient and powerful Taoist method of Asian bodywork. Chi Nei Tsang focuses on assessing and treating the internal organs, using visceral manipulation, medical Qigong, acupressure, and Five Element theory. It addresses all the major systems of the body.
These systems all concentrate and cross paths in the abdomen, acting as their control center. Chi Nei Tang uses hands-on manipulations == combined with Qi emission -- for abdominal detoxification and rejuvenation; untangling knots, tangles and adhesions; draining lymph; clearing circulatory obstructions; balancing and revivifying the major systems and internal organs. This powerful healing modality helps integrate the physical, energetic, emotional, and spiritual aspects of one’s being. It is an AOBTA certified style of Asian Bodywork.
Jampa Mackenzie Stewart is the director of Healing Tao Institute. He is a Certified Chi Nei Tsang Instructor and Practitioner by both Universal Healing Tao and the AOBTA, and a licensed acupuncturist. Jampa has taught Chi Nei Tsang at the Academy of Oriental Medicine at Austin, where he served as Dean of Medical Qigong and Dean of Clinical Studies.
Two 3-day Weekends: Friday-Sun., April 5-7 (Part 1) and May 10-12 (Part 2),
Friday 2-5pm and 6:30-9:30pm, Sat-Sun 9:30am-12:30pm & 2-5pm each day. 36 classroom hours altogether.
April 5-7 and May 10 will meet in the AOMA Mind Body Center. May 11-12 will meet in Classroom E1.
The Mind-Body Center is located on the back side of building A. Building A is the building closest to the intersection of West Gate and Western Trails. The Clinic is in the front facing Western Trails and the Mind-Body Center is in the back. You can turn directly off West Gate Blvd. into the parking lot just south of the traffic light. Classroom E is located through the courtyard in the center of campus. View a map and directions.