Shiatsu

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Sterling, 2003 - Acupressure - 128 pages
Thanks to FlowMotion's break-it-down photography, every nuance of the subtle, often slight, movements involved in shiatsu becomes breathtakingly visible! Students can finally see what would normally get lost in the average step-by-step guide, and can take their skills in this healing art to a new level of excellence. Here is all the bodywork therapy, the acupressure, and other manual techniques, from "opening the boundaries," "cat walk hands," "connecting and earthing," to "butterfly wings in hara," and many more. From positioning the patient in a shoulder or hip rotation to placing the masseur's body and hands, each gesture becomes easy to follow. Now anyone can alleviate a range of symptoms, including fatigue, stress, shoulder and neck problems, headaches, and cramps.

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