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The Book of Shiatsu: A Complete Guide to Using Hand Pressure and Gentle Manipulation to Improve Your Health, Vitality, and Staminaby Paul Lundberg
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With shiatsu (a Japanese word meaning "finger pressure") you can release and stimulate the energy flowing through your body — using just your hands and fingers — to awaken your body's natural healing modalities. The Book of Shiatsu is the authoritative, step-by-step guide to this uniquely effective therapy. The techniques offered are simple and can be used to treat a variety of health problems, particularly:
Headaches and migraines
Menstrual and reproductive problems
Muscular pain and tension
Here you'll find more than 240 color drawings and photographs in a brand-new, accessible format, demonstrating how to give both whole-body and specialized massages, diagnose specific conditions, and work with the body's energy meridians to promote sustained health and well-being.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 191) and index.
The founder and director of the Shiatsu College in London offers a complete guide to using hand pressure and gentle manipulation to improve health, vitality, and stamina. Includes an appealing new cover, larger trim size, and full-color photos & line drawings.
About the Author
Paul Lundberg has been teaching shiatsu for more than twenty-five years. He is a founder and director of the Shiatsu College in the United Kingdom and has a private practice in shiatsu and acupuncture in Sussex.
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