Yangsheng massage
In Chinese medicine and religion various self- cultivation practices are aimed at personal health and longevity. Every individual is born with jing (精) and qi (氣), both of which disperse with age. Longevity requires maintaining or restoring one’s original allotment of qi. Qi may be converted into jing, which in turn facilitates the circulation of qi throughout the body. Shen (神), unlike jing and qi, is not allotted at birth but must be cultivated throughout life. As the three treasures dissipate or become out of balance, one’s health declines. Physical exercises and meditative, medicinal, and dietary practices integrate body and mind, thus enhancing the circulation of qi, replenishing the three treasures, and extending and nourishing life.

A Person’s Life (Sheng) is Sustained by Three

“Treasures”, or Principles:

Shen spirit: both spiritual and mental vitality. Qi vital force or vital energy: a complex concept referring to air or vapour, breath, and the primordial matter-energy constituting everything in the universe; in the practice of yangsheng it retains these connotations while also indicating the energy that animates and sustains living things. Jing essence: associated with reproductive energy.
Yangsheng shenqijing
Japanese Treatment Centre 
Yang Sheng
Welcome

Yang Sheng

nourishing life

At Yang Sheng we provide a calm relaxing environment to escape the pressure of everyday life. We help increase your inner balance and harmony while improving your energy levels and overall well – being.  It benefits a wide range of common injuries and pain conditions, recent and more long- term.
25 Marlboro Street, Cork City yangshengtreatments@gmail.com
T: 021 4274868 M: 087 0981932
Book Now
yang sheng massage
Welcome

Yang Sheng

nourishing life

At Yang Sheng we provide a calm relaxing environment to escape the pressure of everyday life. We help increase your inner balance and harmony while improving your energy levels and overall well – being.  It benefits a wide range of common injuries and pain conditions, recent and more long-term.
In Chinese medicine and religion various self-cultivation practices are aimed at personal health and longevity. Every individual is born with jing (精) and qi (氣), both of which disperse with age. Longevity requires maintaining or restoring one’s original allotment of qi. Qi may be converted into jing, which in turn facilitates the circulation of qi throughout the body. Shen (神), unlike jing and qi, is not allotted at birth but must be cultivated throughout life. As the three treasures dissipate or become out of balance, one’s health declines. Physical exercises and meditative, medicinal, and dietary practices integrate body and mind, thus enhancing the circulation of qi, replenishing the three treasures, and extending and nourishing life.

A Person’s Life (Sheng) is Sustained by

Three “Treasures”, or Principles:

Shen spirit: both spiritual and mental vitality. Qi vital force or vital energy: a complex concept referring to air or vapour, breath, and the primordial matter-energy constituting everything in the universe; in the practice of yangsheng it retains these connotations while also indicating the energy that animates and sustains living things. Jing essence: associated with reproductive energy.
yang sheng shen qi jing
Japanese Treatment Centre 
Yang Sheng
25 Marlboro Street, Cork City yangshengtreatments@gmail.com
T: 021 4274868 M: 087 0981932
Book Now