Dian Qi Gong Massage

Healing through our vast internal powers

Qi Gong comes from the Chinese words”Qi” translating to life energy and “Gong,” meaning “work” or “practice. Qi Gong massages are mind-body treatments that help practitioners heal their bodies, prevent and treat many illnesses, improve their health, and open up the channels of energy to be moved. Many will find the practice useful for recovering from fatigue, aches, pain, tension, and stress. It can be practiced either still or moving, with “still” having a strong emphasis on internal focus and breathing.

Dian Qi Gong massage is performed to treat the internal organs, such as the liver, stomach, spleen, and gall bladder, which are the foundation of our health. Through this massage, all of these organs are capable of maintaining their own Qi, while balancing circulation in each organ that requires it. This not only causes the circulation in the organs themselves to be smooth, but the flow between the organs to be continuous as well. Therefore, when massaging these four internal organs, you should treat them as one instead of four. Without any blockages, the organs are able to remain healthy, avoid degeneration, and carry out their physical processes managing the energies throughout the body.

Through this massage, all of these organs are capable of maintaining their own Qi, while balancing circulation in each organ that requires it.

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Anabel De La Vega
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Anabel De La Vega is a certified, fully licensed specialist and instructor in Florida with more than 24 years of experience in the beauty industry. She is a herbologist, reflexologist, and published author of Tao The Art of Relaxation, a book discussing her history and knowledge of Chinese facials. She conducts educational seminars in Florida, Venezuela and Colombia and is highly respected in her field.



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