DAOIST HEALING COURSES FOR SELF THERAPY
This is a series of courses offered in order to spread the daoist teachings, promoting health care and quality of life. Courses and educational talks are divided in different categories, in order to meet all kinds of needs. These courses are developed over the weekend with duration of three hours each day. The value of each course is $ 100, which is paid at the start of each course.
Daoist nutritional therapy
This is a daoist discipline that leads people to eat more healthy and natural. This system is composed of four different types of diets that combine so that the people can reach the optimum healthy condition. Semi-vegetarians diet (半素食飲食).The lactovegetarian diet (不戒奶類食物的素食) The ovo-lactovegetarian (不戒奶類食物和蛋的素食). Total vegetarian diet (素食). When you eat food that doesn’t have the proper nutritive value, your health gradually diminishes; when you eat a diet that’s balanced, based on the daoist´s 5 element theory, your health flourishes.
Daoist body detox therapy
The qi is closely related to blood. Blocked qi can cause a buildup of toxins in the blood and organs. A number of herbs have been used in traditional chinese medicine for thousands of years to detoxify the body. Detoxifying your body to remove harmful toxins should be done regularly to better improve the functioning of your vital organs.
Daoist hands on healing
Is a natural hands on healing technique whereby people can give treatment to themselves as well as others in the easiest possible of ways. Healing physical and emotional wounds. Anyone who is sensitive and has a good command of his own somatic conscience, can enjoy the benefits and obtain self healing or become a healer for others. People who are new to the discipline they receive intensive training to develop their somatic consciences and enables them into powerful spiritual exercises that open hands healing channels.
Tui na (推拿) is an daoist bodywork therapy that has been used in China for 2,000 years. Tui na (推拿) uses the traditional chinese medical theory of the flow of “qi” (氣) or force through the meridians as its basic therapeutic orientation. Through the application of massage and manipulation techniques tui na seeks to establish a more harmonious flow of Qi through the system of channels and collaterals, allowing the body the naturally heal itself.
Daoist in crystal therapy fall into two basic groups. The first group deals with restoring health to the general level (利用神功及水晶來改善生活), while the second group deals with the opening of energy centers called lun or chakras (利用水晶來打開脈輪).