The mBraining Show
The benefits of Chi Nei Tsang
Hugh Hayward is a student of Chinese Medicine and an experienced practitioner of Chi Nei Tsang for more than a decade now. He completed his studies at the Australia college of natural medicine and has since been working closely with a number of mentors in different modalities in particular Chinese medicine, remedial massage and herbal medicine.
He has practiced in clinics that specialize in addiction rehabilitation, fertility and treating muscular skeletal injury and has recently established his own practice with his partner Emily in the Melbourne suburb of Preston. Hugh's focus has always been digestive health and he has achieved great results for his clients with Abdominal gut massage Chi Nei Tsang.
When I discovered Chi Nei Tsang and found that Hugh had his practice only a few kilometres from where I lived I could not resist the opportunity to experience this unique form of bodywork.
As someone that has experienced several gut related challenges I foundÂ the massage very useful and know that it has also gone some way in supporting my brain recover from brain surgery after 3 brain haemorrhages. I hope you enjoy this interview.
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05:25 How it started
14:12 What is Acupuncture?
17:20 Addiction rehabilitation
24:04 Chinese dietetics
31:44 How Chi Nei Tsang works
39:29 Healing the gut with probiotics
43:30 mBIT balanced breathing
You're listening to The mBraining Show, a show about the new field of mBIT, where you'll get a blend of neuroscience-based research with practical applications for wise living. And now here's your host, Bill Gasiamis.
Hello, everyone, and welcome to another episode of The mBraining Show. It's been about three months since I last recorded an interview. And that's because I was enjoying some time on holidays overseas, with my family where we got to escape from wintery Melbourne.
And spend seven amazing weeks traveling Italy in Greece, where the weather was 30 degrees Celsius or 86 degrees Fahrenheit every day for the entire trip. So why am I sharing this, first because I had such a great time and learned so much that I highly recommend that if you've been putting off a trip for some time now, for the right time to come like I was?
There's no right time. So get organized, save your coins, arrange it with work, and your children's school and just go. The other reason I'm sharing this is because the change of weather really made a huge difference to my health and how I felt physically. Just before we traveled, I had surgery to remove half of my thyroid gland.
Which was enlarged and causing an interference to my esophagus and windpipe. And the cold weather made conditions after the surgery a little more hostile for the thyroid and interfered with the remaining thyroid function as well.
So what has this got to do with the latest mBIT radio interview I hear you ask? I'll introduce my guest and then I'll explain. My guest today is Hugh Hayward, who is a student of Chinese medicine and an experienced practitioner for more than a decade now.
He completed his studies at the Australian College of Natural medicine, and has since been working closely with a number of mentors in different modalities in particular remedial massage, acupuncture, and herbal medicine.
He has practiced in clinics that specialize in addiction, rehabilitation, fertility and treating musculoskeletal injury, and has recently established his own practice with his partner Emily, in the Melbourne suburb of Preston.