Acupressure for Lovers: Secrets of Touch for Increasing Intimacy

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Bantam Books, Jan 1, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 295 pages
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In Chinese medicine, acupressure points are considered gateways for the human electrical energy that runs throughout the body. This energy is essential for optimal sexual pleasure and Gach explains with line drawings, photographs, and step-by-step instructions how to release this energy and naturally increase sexuality and sexual enjoyment. With easy stretching, tips, and exercises for eliminating stress and tension in the body, Acupressure for Lovers also helps couples promote relaxation while enhancing eroticism and intimacy.

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User Review  - sweettangerine -

This is a GREAT book!!! Easy to do and effective as some positions and pressure points you may already be doing. Fun Stuff!!! Read full review

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Great book to improve intimacy in a couple or to get into a better relationship with yourself. Enhances the tantric experience. Read full review



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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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