Derived from an Eastern healing tradition dating back nearly 5,000 years, shiatsu, meaning "finger pressure," is a relatively modern therapy that is now gaining popularity in the West. It involves improving energy flow by applying pressure to, stretching, or manipulating specific parts of the body. This pocket guide explains shiatsu terminology, describes the therapeutic value of the practice, and gives step-by-step instruction on how to perform shiatsu on yourself and others. Master these complex, often subtle techniques to help treat physical complaints and bring harmony to body and mind. Here is an exciting new series focused on today's most popular healing approaches and spiritual insights. Presented in a clear, concise format, the Secrets of Series demystifies popular alternative approaches and teaches proper application, providing a perfect balance of theory and practice. Perfect for new or casual readers, these handbooks are simple to follow yet thorough and authoritative. Covering a wide range of topics, they appeal to readers from every background.
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Cathy Meeus has worked on popular health books for over 20 years. Recently she has contributed to a number of books about complementary therapies. Paul Lundberg has been teaching acupuncture, shiatsu, and related aspects of Oriental medicine since 1976. Natural Health is the leading periodical in the field of natural health and self care. Published by Weider Publications, Inc., its editorial advisory board includes such esteemed authorities as Dean Ornish, Carolyn Dean, and Andrew Weil.
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