Medical QiGong Workshops and Retreats



The Ultimate Training for Massage Therapists

A life changing Workshop

Taoist Medical Chi Kung – Chi Nei Tsang energetic abdominal massage


Come learn methods of combining the power of the mind with 5,000 year old techniques (abdominal massage) for improving digestion, relieving toxic illness and opening channels in the body so we may improve the flow of blood, oxygen, cerebral spinal fluid and vital energy to the brain and organs.


Dates: Friday 6th 7th & 8th of July 2018  Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm   Location- Gold Coast - TBC


Therapists receive level one CNT certificate of completion


Early Bird Special - $475



Workshop Info / Registration

 Ask Sarina what the best course of study is for you based on your goals.

Which key life experiences led you to connect with Mantak Chia and become a certified Tao Healing practitioner? Why your current focus?



As you are returning to Australia for upcoming workshops to follow up on your 2016 and 2017 visits, why is it especially useful for massage therapists and other interested healers to take this training?



What is Chi Nei Tsang? How does this relate to the flow of Chi and healthy sexuality? What impact does it have on Anti-Aging, cellular regeneration, Restorative energy?



What is Tendon power and why is the timing right to share this wisdom during your upcoming event?



How can a person use abdominal massage to loosen food in the belly (release undigested food) as an option to/ if not doing a colonic?




What would you recommend for people to feel more physically free and clean in their bodies? Why is this important?



What is the Healing love practice?



How do Chi Nei Tsang and Medical QiGong practices revitalize physical and mental health? (If you have already replied above, then what are some of the most common questions you get from clients- and the answers)



What can people do regularly to strengthen the relationship between humanity, the planet Earth and the universe?



What would you like to leave as advice or a vision with our readers?