Sunday, 7 August 2016

A Complete Guide to Acupressure

A Complete Guide to Acupressure
By:"Iona Teeguarden","Pierluigi Duina"
Published on 2002 by Kodansha

A Complete Guide to Acupressure fills the need for something in between simplistic acupressure books and complicated acupuncture texts. Now even more complete, this new edition has been updated to include: o JSD as a tool for aiding recovery from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder - a state of hyperarousal following a traumatic experience like an accident, attack, or disaster; o Anxiety and insomnia as indications of disturbed Shen, or Spirit, with point combinations integrating traditional acupuncture theory with segmental theory; o The Five Elemental Processes as a practical guide to a harmonious relationship with Nature, both around us and within us; o JSD acupressure as an adjunct to first aid for athletic injuries in outdoor situations like hiking and wilderness travel. o A clothes-on technique, Jin Shin Do is the author's unique synthesis of a Japanese acupressure technique, traditional Chinese acupuncture theory, Taoist philosophy, Qigong (breathing exercises), and Western psychological tools. A Complete Guide to Acupressure describes this synthesis in detail, with chapters by Iona and senior Jin Shin Do teachers in the U.S., Canada and Europe. \

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Now even more complete, this new edition has been updated to include: o JSD as a tool for aiding recovery from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder - a state of hyperarousal following a traumatic experience like an accident, attack, or disaster; ...

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