Introducing Dan Tien Rejuvenation with Michael Hallock

From mid-February I will be offering Dan Tien Rejuvenation, an essential treatment for detoxification of both the body and emotions. Most of us don’t realise how much tension we store in the abdomen, but just as our posture and mental tension can generate physical tension in the back and shoulders, chronic tension also occurs in the internal organs, especially when we avoid processing emotions. Dan Tien Rejuvenation, a combination of abdominal massage and energy healing, is one of the most important and effective treatments for detoxing the body because it improves circulation of blood, lymph, chi, at the same time helping to cleanse the digestive tract. We find that usually the second session begins to address deeper layers and access the emotions related to those tensions being released.

Dan Tien Rejuvenation with Michael

Vibrant health depends on the vital power in the abdomen, the lower dan tien, where the healthy flow of blood and chi creates robust health. When the dan tien is weakened through neglect, emotional stress, poor diet, tension, toxins and stagnant energy, our vitality and mood are greatly compromised. Based on the centuries old Chinese practice of Chi Nei Tsang (Taoist internal organ massage), Dan Tien Rejuvenation combines gentle massage and energy work to increase circulation to the abdominal organs, detoxifying, cleansing and invigorating the entire digestive tract and energetic system. Gentle massage releases muscular knots hidden in the belly, resulting in freedom and lightness in the body as well as mental clarity and emotional ease. This treatment is a must for those suffering poor digestion, wind, constipation, irritable bowel, heartburn, or fatigue.

Please attend the session on an empty stomach, at least 2 hours after a meal.

When possible, we recommend a series of 3 treatments for the most profound results.

Sessions are 90 min for 1,670,000++ IDR

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