Chi self-massage | definition of chi self-massage by Medical dictionary
chi self-massage A type of manual massage believed to strengthen the organs, in which a person kneads various body regions within reach to dispel negative emotions, relieve stress and strengthen the sense organs (eyes, ears, nose, tongue, teeth and skin), internal organs and nervous system.
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The Western concept of massage concerns itself with muscle manipulation, but Chi Self-Massage
focuses on both internal and sense organs and employs Taoist techniques which until recently have been closely guarded secrets.