The Tao Yin philosophy is to provide corrective therapy for a broad range of every day ailments, sporting injuries and serious illnesses. I have been relieving people of pain and increasing the well being of my patients for over 14 years now.
The roots of all my therapies is the Far East, where corrective, holistic therapies have been revered as alternative methods of medicine for thousands of years. The results I have witnessed as a result of practicing are nothing short of incredible.
I have seen patients relieved of the crippling pain of arthritis and multiple sclerosis, patients recover from sporting injuries in half the time, and patients fully revitalised after suffering from chronic fatigue.
I encourage you to look past conventional medicine and trust in the ancient practices that have been on the earth far longer than modern medical practices, which unfortunately don’t always provide the remedy we need.
Tao Yin is a very old term, mentioned even in the Huang Di Nei Jing (Yellow Emperors Cannon). It means many things, as there is no direct translation, but the best translation Prof Zhao gave us was that it means opening or directing the pathways/flow.
It is an old terminology for Qi Gung (which is a relatively new name). Tao Yin has been mentioned as far back as 2500-3000 years ago. It encompasses any and all energy works (including cranial balancing).
Most people now use the term Qi Gung but Tao Yin is much more than our modern day conceptions of Qi Gung.
It is only found in the odd place here and there in China now as most traditional family stuff like this went underground during the revolution.
The reason being is that the medicine was considered imperialistic and therefore outlawed for a short period. You may be lucky enough to find the odd person here and there who is willing to pass on their family knowledge (I did) but to be honest it is getting harder and harder to find anyone with anything new to offer us that works well.