Acupressure: For Health, Vitality and First Aid

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Element, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 117 pages
The origins of acupressure stretch back thousands of years to the mysterious beginnings of ancient Chinese medicine. Offering all the benefits of acupuncture - but without the need for needles - acupressure can be used to treat the symptoms of complaints as diverse as panic attacks, fatigue, toothache, childbirth, migraine, travel sickness and stress. Written by an accomplished teacher and practitioner, this highly readable guide covers acupressure's ancient origins, Chi and meridians and their place in acupressure, acupressure for first aid, a simple DIY routine, and examples of successful treatments.

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About the author (1997)

Jon Sandifer is a longtime consultant in Eastern healing traditions including Feng Shui, 9-Star-Ki Astrology, Oriental diagnosis, acupressure, and shiatsu. His other books include "Feng Shui Astrology," "The Piatkus Guide to Feng Shui," and "Acupressure," The chairperson of the Feng Shui Society, he lives in London.

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