Shiatsu Theory and Practice: A Comprehensive Text for the Student and Professional
The text provides a guide to the theory and practice of Shiatsu, and covers the three major sources of Shiatsu theory, and how to use them together in practice. The history of the relationship between Shiatsu and acupuncture, simple treatment routines, explanations and interpretations of the methods of diagnosis, descriptions of the different techniques used, thoroughly referenced theory and case histories are also included.
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Introduction the history and cultural Sitting position
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