Karsai Nei Tsang is a traditional form of therapeutic genital healing and detox massage (also called sexual organs detox massage) originating and exercised in Thailand and applied for both men and women. Karsai was popularized by Master Mantak Chia, who integrated the practice in his so-called Universal Healing Tao System (UHT).
The healing modality is closely related to Chi Nei Tsang, which is a therapeutic healing massage for the abdominal area and internal organs. In fact, Karsai is a specific specialization of Chi Nei Tsang Massage with a more precise focus on the genital organs.
“Karsai” means sedimentation in the veins and “Nei Tsang” means working on or transforming the internal organs.
Aims and Benefits
The goal of a Karsai Nei Tsang treatment is to cleanse, stimulate and heal the genital and reproductive system by dissolving sediment clogging in the blood vessels (crystal like sedimentation, toxins and fat deposits) and releasing tensions and blockages in the genital system.
Blockages can cause organs to malfunction, notably the kidneys, bladder, liver, spleen, pancreas, lung, prostate gland, testicles, ovaries, uterus and vagina.
The result of cleansing the genital system is improvement of blood circulation in the body and specifically blood flow into the genitals and genital area, which benefits functions such as sexual arousal, sexual vitality and balanced hormonal release, with the latter specifically stimulating the sexual and reproductive capacity and functions.
Karsai Nei Tsang becomes particularly important for men and women over forty (when blockages and sedimentations start to happen more frequently) and for anyone in general who feels sexually blocked or has fertility issues.
On the whole, one could say that Karsai Nei Tsang aims at health issues associated with the sexual organs and sexuality, frequent and difficult urination, premature ejaculation, problems having or maintaining a erection, fertility problems, prostate problems, menopause, ovarian cysts, impotency, painful menstruation or painful intercourse, painful scar tissue after giving birth, and low sexual libido.
On an emotional level it’s clear that a better sex-life, whether connected to reproduction or perhaps rather to sensuality and eroticism, results in significant stress-relief and a better, more happy and balanced person. In addition, emotional issues due to a sexually repressive childhood or upbringing can be resolved.
As with Chi Nei Tsang, the relaxation or reduction of muscle tension, knots, tangles, and twists in the abdominal and pelvic area can release old trauma (sexual or otherwise) that was bound into cell-tissue.
Additionally, Karsai Genital massage is said to alleviate lower back pains, and stimulate a better memory, while improving body alignment, strengthening the pelvic floor muscles, overall resulting in a better general vitality and fitness.
When done well, a Karsai session is preceded by a Chi Nei Tsang Abdominal massage treatment, slowly moving in deeper into the genital area.
Notably Mantak Chia, the founder of Karsai Nei Tsang, claimed that one can only become a first-rate Karsai therapist with years of extensive preceding training and practical experience in Chi Nei Tsang.
The treatment can engage in only external work in the groin, lymphatic glands, or can include internal work also. This counts for both men and woman. For women sometimes treatment in the interior of the vagina and rectum is done. For men work is done internally on the prostate and externally on the testicles and scrotum. Work is also done around the anus.
In any case, the treatment internally should be done hygienically with surgical gloves. Perhaps needless to see that Karsai is not a sensual erotic massage and moreover, it can sometimes be painful. Note also that the treatment may bring up unpleasant past memories and feelings.
Nevertheless, a session may provoke an orgasm or ejaculation, which is fully accepted if it happens during the treatment and nothing to be ashamed of.
General contraindications for the Karsai treatment are an active menstruation, recent surgery, a cardiac pace maker, pregnancy, alcohol intoxication, fever, or an active cancer. As with Chi Nei Tsang, it’s also advised not to eat two to three hours before the session (drinking is no problem).