In the West who has the time to make themselves proficient at any of the chinese healing arts.
Making time to learn qigong, for example, or the more complex practiceof Taiji to the degree required to experiece real health benefits is extremely challenging for some one labouring under the typical time restraints of modern life.
The beauty of the simple yet versatile and comprehensive Chinese self-care exercise is that anyone can reap their health benefits in very little time.
Reduce pain, increase energy, stave off disease, reverse the signs of aging, and lengthen your life with these Chinese healing exercises.
Based on acupressure, Taiji, Qi Gong, Daoist yoga, and other traditional Chinese health practices, these 88 exercises can be done by anyone of any age.
Arranged into chapters devoted to specific parts of the body, each exercise includes illustrations, easy-to-follow instructions, and physical and energetic benefits.
In simple language, Steven Cardoza, a Chinese medical physician, introduces the concept of qi and how each exercise regulates this vital life energy and influences our physical and emotional health.
This book features an appendix of specific exercises that relieve aches and pains, allergies, digestive disorders, insomnia, stress, and other common health concerns. Also included is a glossary of terms to deepen your understanding of these beneficial Chinese practices.
Author: Cardoza Pub USA 2013 Pb 297 pages