Traditional Chinese Energetics (TCE) is one of many ways to help us improve our health internally and externally by understanding the laws of nature. This method reinforces our connection with nature and harmonises our whole being with our environment. TCE provides us with many ways to perceive and understand the human body in its interaction with nature, including the Yin Yang theory, Five Elements theory, Qi/Blood theory and 10 trunks/12 branches prevention theory. These methods are practical, accurate, and have an impact on our elemental, physical, emotional, and mental health. 
 
The human body has twelve major Qi channels : six in the upper body, six in the lower. All of these channels are connected to internal organs. Whenever the Qi is stagnant in any of the twelve channels, the corresponding organ will receive an incorrect amount of Qi. This will cause the organ to malfunction or to degenerate. These twelve channels are also the antennae of the body, collecting information from the environment. They absorb Sky energy (heat, cold, dampness, dryness, wind, fire) and Earth energy or elemental energy (wood, fire, earth, metal, and water). Likewise, if one of the channels is blocked, the body will fail to receive the right amount of external energy from nature. This is what leads to disease.
 
Once this energy is absorbed by the channels, it will flow until it reaches the five main internal organs (zang): heart, kidneys, spleen, liver, and lungs. Each of these organs transmutes energy and has a specific role in body harmony. These organs also produce our emotions, which bind them to our mental state. 
 
Prevention is the most important theory in TCE; it is the real aim of this practice. Due to the the constant transformation of yin and yang, and the five movements in the four seasons of the year, everyone should prepare their bodies to welcome each season and maximise their potential to adapt to the upcoming weather. This is one of the best ways to avoid illness.
 
   

 

Traditionally Chinese therapy is composed of 4 major categories :
Acupuncture:
 
 or the needling techniques, often combined with Moxibustion which is a heating technique where we use "Mugworth" (Arthemisia Vulgaris/Artemisia Argyii).
Chinese Herbalism:
 
the use of an immense variety of different Chinese formulas for internal and external use.
Tui Na:
 
is the traditional Chinese massage based on acupressure techniques.
Qigong or "Work on energy": 
 
- Physical exercises  prescribed to the patients and used by the practitioners themselves to cultivate their energy and stay healthy.
- Qigong  massages which is a softer type of manual technique to manipulate the flow of energy in the channels of the human body 
In Meshkah the transmission in the TCE program will focus mainly on the Manual techniques of Qigong and Tui-Na.

We hope in the future to transmit the complete TCM system eventually through specializations.

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Theory
Foundation

Acupuncture/ Moxibustion

Chinese
Herbalism

Tui Na
 

Qi Gong

Traditional Chinese Energetics Program

We are so honoured to start in September a 2 years TCE course which will offer to transmit this knowledge for a limited group of people.

 

The course will include the theoretical foundations of TCE, and the practical Manual methods of the S.F.E.R.E College lineage, supervised in Egypt by Mr. Regis Blin (Co-director of S.F.E.R.E).

Traditional Chinese Energetics

Theory
Foundation

Tui Na
 

Qi Gong

20 courses during 2 Years (20 months)
1 Course per Month

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