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A Teishin is a small healing instrument made of gold, silver, jade or other precious materials.
Shamanic healers in ancient China discovered and developed the points and meridians of acupuncture using stone probes several thousand years before the invention of needles.
Puncturing of acupoints became more fashionable during the 1600's with the advent of steel needles.
The word teishin signifies a needle-like instrument or probe that does not penetrate the skin. The advantage of this is obvious for people who fear needles.
The purpose of treatment is to heal and protect the "Three Treasures."
The goal of the courses is to train practitioners in "needle-less acupuncture" to locate and manipulate the essential acupoints.
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In order to accomodate busy professionals who may be too distant, or are unable to assemble a group, custom courses can be designed, and taught by SKYPE.
Chi Nei Tsang it's a massage specialty, formerly utilized by the monks in the mountainous regions of China to increase vitality. It is pronounced chee (energy), nee (internal), song (organ). It has a unique relationship with qigong because of its focus on the energetic aspects of the internal organs. This has caused it to be called abdominal qigong.
Acupuncture is the re-ordering in the body of the flow of Qi and is one of the best examples of a self-standing non-Western approach to a system of health and wellness. It is but a branch of the holistic manner in which Traditional Chinese Medicine takes a look at the human condition, but it is a significant portion or the orientation to the Easter Arts
Qigong (alternatively spelled chi gung or chi kung) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements combined with mental visualization that are repeated, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement (blood, synovial and lymph) and building awareness of how the body moves through space.
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