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Chua K’a Massage Cures A Variety Of Musculoskeletal Disorders

Evolved from the ancient practices of Mongolian warriors, Chua K’a Mongolian massage is a form of bodywork I have first experienced through the services of a spiritual school as a self-massage for releasing old injuries from the soul and body. Chua K’a is founded on the principle that the body stores any remembrances of pain long after a wound has healed. If they did not address the memory of a wound, the Mongolian warriors believed that it made their bodies weaker and they are overtaken with fear. When these sites of trauma are released, wisdom of life experiences as well as consciousness is restored.

Chua K’a massage was initially used as a form of self-massage. People would use tools made of wood, jade, stone, etc. or their own hands to free their bodies. After implementing this massage on my own body for almost a couple of weeks, the outcomes were so amazing that I started to implement it as a practicing technique for my clients.  The massage causes your body to feel like it’s being sculpted; it is performed using a touch that is not painful but cathartic and deep. This vigorous massage can lead to ecstatic states as it stimulates the Spirit-Body and restores consciousness to regions that were previously asleep. In certain areas where the body has been “released”, a variety of emotional fears are also set loose. I endorse Mongolian Massage for people suffering from certain musculoskeletal disorders. The benefits of Chua K’a Mongolian massage include:

  • Loss of range of movement
  • Lack of self-acceptance and self-consciousness
  • Back aches
  • Fear of failing, Fear of dying,
  • Neck pain
  • Leg pain
  • Foot pain
  • Issues with grounding
  • Indigestion
  • Old injuries that never seem to completely heal
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Shoulder pain

Heather Shultz Acupuncture
100 Brick Rd Suite 212
Marlton, NJ 08053
Phone: (856) 452-1782
https://acupuncturesouthjersey.com

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