Chi, Your Body's Energy: A Practical Introduction to the Secrets of Vitality from Both East and West

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Emma Mitchell
Thorsons, Jan 1, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 160 pages
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A practical full color introduction to the most popular alternative therapies for health, exercise, and well being from both the East and West. From Accupressure to Tibetan energy massage, the author offers a step-by-step practical guide to 20 energizing techniques. The 275 beautiful full color illustrations are enhanced with simple, clear pictures of how to perform recommended exercises and massage treatments, such as foot and facial massage, Qi Gong, and T'ai Chi.

Packed with authoritative tips on diet, relaxation, and fitness this book offers a new perspective upon the accumulated wisdom of East and West, and also explains the significance of natural energy in our everyday lives. A revolutionary approach to health, offering a complete practical program of revitalization. The book explains traditions of China, Japan, and India, and draws out their full relevance to daily life in the West, allowing the reader to realize his or her potential for natural vitality, harmony, and balance.

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This book consists of many 2-3 page articles written by specialist in the field. They approach human energy through different traditions and methods, i.e. Qigong, Yoga, Massage, Reiki, Relaxation ... Read full review

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Mitchell is a qualified Aromatherapist and Reflexologist and has studied Kinesiology, Polartiy Therapy, Nutrition, Homeopathy, and Massage. She operates her own health clinic in England.

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