Home Massage Therapy: Heal Yourself and Your Loved Ones, Volume 1

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Healing Society, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 142 pages
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In this book, Dahn Healer School presents Dahnhak Hwalgong as a home massage therapy method. Dahnhak Hwalgong is a traditional health regimen that originated in ancient Korea and means "healing hands." This is a healing method that can easily be administered anywhere without necessity for special tools. The greatest advantage of Dahnhak Hwalgong is that anyone can easily follow the simple steps to care for health of body and mind. Dahnhak Hwalgong maximizes healing capacity by stimulating relaxation points associated with acupressure points, meridians, and organs of the body.
 

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Contents

Preface
7
Dahnhak HwalGong 13 3 Three Principles of Dahnhak HwalGong_
16
Preparing for HwalGong 2
33
Healing Hands_41 3 Hand Exercises to Turn Your Hands into Healing Hands_5
53
Relaxing the Back by Rubbing and Pressing 63 4 Shaking while Pressing
79
Pressing the Soles __ 2 Shaking the Ankles 36 3 Relaxing the Calf
103
Neck 09 3 Stretching the Neck 112 4 Brain HwalGong
118
Face_us
125
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Dahn Healer School is an educational institute established in the spirit of Dahnhak, to develop the philosophy, skills, healing power, and manners of a healer. Students can be taught the essence of Dahnhak through systematic and sequential training. Dahn Healer School is located at Sedona Ilchi Meditation Center in Sedona, Arizona.

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