INSTRUCTIONS AND CNT TRAINING CERTIFICATION

Chi Nei Tsang I

The practice is divided into three parts: Chi Nei Tsang I, II, and III. Chi Nei Tsang, or Organ Chi Transformation Massage, is an entire system of Chinese deep healing that works with the energy flow of the five major systems in the body: the vascular system, the lymphatic system, the nervous system, the tendon/muscle system, and the acupuncture meridian system.

In the Chi Nei Tsang practice, one is able to increase energy flow to specific organs through massaging a series of points in the navel area. In Taoist practice, it is believed that all the Chi energy of the organs, glands, brain, and nervous system are joined in the navel; therefore, energy blockages in the navel area often manifest as symptoms in other parts of the body. The abdominal cavity contains the large intestine, small intestine, liver, gallbladder, stomach, spleen, pancreas, bladder, and sex organs, as well as many lymph nodes. The aorta and vena cava divide into two branches at the navel area, descending into the legs. Chi Nei Tsang works on the energy blockages in the navel and then follows the energy into the other parts of the body. Chi Nei Tsang also prepares the body to receive the higher frequencies of the spiritual energy.

Chi Nei Tsang I, one studies specific techniques of abdominal and organ massage that can release and clear blockages, toxins, excessive heat and negative emotions. Prerequisite: Microcosmic Orbit.

Chi Nei Tsang II, works primarily with the trapped winds of the body that become sick or evil winds which can lead to (for example) a heart attack, if not released. The students will learn the Ten Different Winds, and how to chase and discharge them out of the body and to inject good Chi back into the vital organs and glands.

Chi Nei Tsang III, uses the One Finger Technique working primarily with the Left side of the navel (Left Hand) and moving up the Spine (Right Hand) releasing any blockages or tension of the nerves and tendons, moving up into the heart, neck & head. The students will learn how to loosen the nervous system through the sacrum, legs and arms; and how to open up the nerve endings filling them with revitalized Chi.

IMPORTANT NOTE:
It is best to study with a qualified practitioner because the main role of the CNT practitioner is to educate, not heal. A person who has awakened their healing energy can continue the healing process by practicing at home. This makes CNT very different than other forms of medicine.

Practitioner (CNT1)
A) 170 hours of Chi Nei Tsang Training
Option 1: 2 Chi Nei Tsang Retreat Weeks (80 hrs), plus (10) Clinical hours &
80 hrs of Chi Nei Tsang Teacher Classes
Option 2: 1 Chi Nei Tsang Retreat Weeks (40 hrs), plus (40) Clinical hours &
80 hrs of Chi Nei Tsang Teacher Classes
Option 3: 2 weeks Chi Nei Tsang Retreat weeks at Tao Garden

B) 80 hours of Universal Healing Tao Basic Classes
Option 1:1 General Retreat Wk.(40 hrs),& 1 Fusion I-II-III Retreat Wk.(40 hrs)
Option 2:1 General or Fusion Retreat Week (40 hrs), and 40 hrs of Universal Healing Tao Certified Instructor Basic Classes

C) 100 Case Studies 20 Students/5 Sessions each or 120 Sessions with no more than 40 Students

D) Evaluated in Theory & Practice and approved by Chi Nei Tsang Committee with 1 Chi Nei Tsang Senior Teacher

E) 3-year Certificate Renewal: Chi Nei Tsang Retreat Week (40 hrs), or 50 hrs of Chi Nei Tsang Teacher Classes

Intermediate Practitioner: (CNT2)
A) Practice 1 year as Chi Nei Tsang Practitioner with CNT I (CNT1)
B) Attend Chi Nei Tsang II Retreat Week
C) 100 Case Studies: 20 Students per 5 Sessions each or 120 Sessions with no more than 40 Students
D) Evaluated in Theory & Practice and approved by Chi Nei Tsang Committee with 2 Chi Nei Tsang Senior Teacher

Assistant Teacher (CNT3)
A) Practice 1 year as Chi Nei Tsang Intermediate Practitioner with CNT II (CNT2)
B) Attend Chi Nei Tsang III Retreat Week
C) 100 Case Studies: 20 Students per 5 Sessions each or 120 Sessions with no more than 40 Students
D) Evaluated in Theory & Practice and approved by Chi Nei Tsang Committee with 2 Chi Nei Tsang Senior Teacher

Teacher (CNTT)
A) Practice 1 year as a Chi Nei Tsang Assistant Teacher with CNT III (CNT3)
B) Retake Chi Nei Tsang I, II, III Retreat Weeks, certification of UHT instructor 5 Finger Kung Fu, & Fusion I, II, III
C) 100 Case Studies: 20 Students per 5 Sessions each or 120 Sessions with no more than 40 Students
D) Evaluated in Theory & Practice and approved by Chi Nei Tsang Committee with 2 Chi Nei Tsang Senior Teacher
E) CT teacher cannot certify others to teach

Senior Teacher (ST)
A) 2 years of teaching as a Chi Nei Tsang Teacher (CNTT)
B) 200 Case Studies: 40 Students per 5 Sessions each or 240 Sessions with no more than 80 Students
C) Evaluated in Theory & Practice, approved by Chi Nei Tsang Committee with 2 Chi Nei Tsang Senior Teachers

Level 1 Practitioner Program: 336 hours

  1. ✓Two CNT Fundamentals classes …………………..100 hrs
  2. ✓CNT Anatomy Course ………………………………….15 hrs
  3. ✓Space & Boundaries Chi Kung ………………………15 hrs
  4. ✓Fusion Retreat …………………………………………….65 hrs
  5. ✓CNT Business Practices Course ……………………..21 hrs
  6. ✓Clinical Class – two 10-week modules or two 5-day intensives ……………………………………60 hrs
  7. ✓50 case studies in Record of Treatment format …50 hrs
  8. ✓10 treatments received and documented on Application Form ………………………………………..10 hrs
  9. ✓Texts: Breathe In Gods Love and Light (Beckley). Fusion of the 5 Elements (Chia), Taoist Ways to Transform Stress into Vitality (Chia), Chi Nei Tsang: Chi Massage for the Vital Organs (Chia), Healing Love/Taoist Secrets (Chia)

    Level 2 Practitioner Program: 586 hours

  10. Level 1 Certification as above ………………………336 hrs
  11. ✓Two Emotional Processing Retreats ………………130 hrs
  12. ✓Clinical Class – two 10-week modules or                  two 5-day intensives ……………………………………60 hrs
  13. ✓50 case studies in Record of Treatment format …50 hrs
  14. ✓10 treatments received documented on       Application Form ………………………………………..10 hrs
  15. ✓Texts: Breathe In Gods Love and Light (Beckley); The Great Tao (Chang).
  16. Level 1 Certification as above ………………………336 hrs
  17. ✓Two Emotional Processing Retreats ………………130 hrs
  18. ✓Clinical Class – two 10-week modules or                  two 5-day intensives ……………………………………60 hrs
  19. ✓50 case studies in Record of Treatment format …50 hrs
  20. ✓10 treatments received documented on       Application Form ………………………………………..10 hrs
  21. ✓Online Training:  Healing Starts Within (Beckley); The Great Tao (Chang).

    Level 3 Practitioner Program: 731 hours

  22. Level 2 Certification as above ………………………586 hrs
  23. ✓Two Global Body Attitude Classes ………………..130 hrs
  24. ✓CNT Anatomy Course (repeat or equivalent) ……15 hrs
  • Texts:  Awakening Healing Light (Chia).
  • About Teaching Track Certification
  • Students intending to be certified as CNT Instructors may elect either Track A or Track B as described here in addition to Level 3 Certification.

    N.B.  Prerequisite for assisting at CNTI classes:  you must be certified at each level before you may assist at classes for that level.  The first class you assist must be a Fundamentals class.

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