Acu-yoga: Self Help Techniques to Relieve Tension

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Japan Publication, 1981 - Health & Fitness - 247 pages
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Originally published in 1981 and now in its 21st printing, Acu-Yoga is the only book to explain the relationship between two ancient health regimensyoga and acupressure and how they can be combined for maximum effectiveness in relieving stress and finding energy and vibrant health. This powerful, practical program offers self-help techniques to treat back problems, headaches, hypertension, colds, constipation, depression, menstrual discomfort and aches and tension throughout our bodies.

CONTAINS SELF HELP TECHNIQUES FOR:


BACK PROBLEMS


HEADACHES


BODY TENSIONS


HYPERTENSION


COLDS


NECK TENSION


CONSTIPATION


MENSTRUAL TENSION


DEPRESSION


SHOULDER TENSION

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About the author (1981)


MICHAEL REED GACH, Ph.D., is the founder and director of the Acupressure Institute in Berkeley, California. The Acupressure Institute, established in 1976, offers classes as well as a state approved Acupressure Training Program. Michael has taught acupressure and yoga for more than thirty years. He developed Acu-Yoga, a practical method for relieving tension and achieving greater health and happiness. Michael conducts classes and seminars both in the U.S. and abroad. He is currently teaching acupressure and stress reduction workshops throughout the San Francisco Bay Aria in schools, hospitals, colleges, corporations, and governmental agencies.

CAROLYN MARCO MATZKIN has been involved in the holistic health field for over 30 years. She is currently a psychotherapist living in New Jersey.

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