Shiatsu: A Practical Introduction
In this straightforward step-by-step guide, Oliver Cowmeadow introduces us to the ways in which Shiatsu can be beneficial to both the person giving and the person receiving.
Shiatsu: A Practical Introduction clearly explains the role of energy in Shiatsu, how to give a full body Shiatsu treatment, how to eat an energetically balanced diet to promote health, how to treat simple health problems with Shiatsu, methods of oriental diagnosis, common uses of accupressure points, and energy balancing exercises for yourself.
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Shiatsu: An Introductory Guide to the Technique and its Benefits
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