Healing Self-Massage: Over 100 Simple Techniques for Re-energizing Body and Mind

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Pavilion Books, Feb 17, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 96 pages
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If we're suffering from stress, have a headache or simply feel listless, most of us tend to reach for the aspirin. Healing Self-Massage offers a great alternative: 100 quick-and-effective exercises designed to relieve stress and other minor health problems.

Drawing on Taoist studies as well as shiatsu, reflexology and Indian Head Massage, Kristine Kaoverii Weber shows you how to harness the healing power of self-massage. All the techniques are explained with step-by-step pictures alongside clear instructions, so they're easy to understand and perform. Plus, each exercise focuses on accessible areas of the body – hands and feet, face and head, neck, shoulders and lower back – making them ideal for use in the office, at home and even when travelling.

This is the perfect self-help guide for anyone interested in improving their physical, mental and emotional well-being through the healing power of touch. 

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Kristine Kaoverii Weber, MA, LMT, is a certified Asian Bodywork Therapist, massage therapy instructor and yoga instructor based in Asheville, North Carolina

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