Ok, they now have completely separated fistweaving from mistweaving. That's fine.
They also changed (well, maybe) the chi generation for mistweavers. That's great.
It would be great if they would give as a usable AoE heal. SCK is extremely raid-size, raid-composition and encounter dependend as it is right now. It has the greatest improvement potential. So in my idea, they should remove the range for SCK healing - so you can heal everyone in 40m range, but the damage radius should stay the same. And just like effloresence, it doesn't split its healing between all players in range, but it heals the five most injured for the full amount.
It would be like a mixture of circle of healing and prayer of healing. The mana cost should be changed accordingly. While it is a great tool, making it too cheap would cause the "disc effect", where people would be spamming it completely independend from the encounter. I think it would be in a good position when it would compete with holys using prayer of healing - not something you cast all the time, but if the encounter demands it, you might want to add it in your healing rotation, or in phases of great raid damage you would spam it several times buring your mana quickly, but followed by some regeneration time.
It might also be a "perk" to your SCK, you have to activate it via some new tea that costs two chi, but has no CD. So during TBT, you would prefer using uplift with greater hps, but without TBT you would use your chi for the enhanced SCK.