By Mantak Chia, William U. Wei
Totally illustrated advisor to therapeutic massage suggestions for unblocking chi, liberating tight tendons and muscle tissues, and assuaging again and joint soreness
• Explains the hammering therapeutic massage means of Tok Sen, which sends vibrational power deep into the fascia and muscle tissue
• information the right way to use the ten Thai power meridians referred to as Sen Sib and the 12 muscle-tendon meridians of chinese language acupuncture in therapeutic massage
• Explains Meridian Detox treatment and Gua Sha, which clears blood stagnation, promotes metabolism, and will hinder and deal with acute ailment
Good future health relies on the unfastened move of life-force power, chi, in the course of the complete physique. the buildup of tensions within the muscle tissues and tendons in addition to the stagnation of unfavorable strength can result in blockages within the body’s power channels, leading to soreness, low power, or ailment. during this full-color illustrated consultant, grasp Mantak Chia and William Wei aspect therapeutic massage innovations for unblocking chi, freeing tight tendons and muscle tissues, and assuaging again and joint soreness.
The authors discover the ten Thai power meridians referred to as Sen Sib, the 12 muscle-tendon meridians of chinese language acupuncture, and the main in general strained muscle tissue and tendons of the backbone, neck, and pelvis. They clarify how one can deal with particular illnesses, equivalent to headache, stiff shoulder, or lumbar soreness, with the normal Thai therapeutic massage procedure referred to as Tok Sen, which makes use of a wood hammer to ship vibrational power deep into the fascia and muscular tissues alongside the Sen Sib meridians. this system is very potent for joint ache, as the vibrations can succeed in extra deeply and safely in the body’s constitution than a therapeutic massage therapist’s arms. The authors additionally clarify Meridian Detox treatment, together with cupping, dermis therapeutic massage, and Gua Sha--the scraping of alternative elements of the physique to transparent blood stagnation, advertise metabolism, and deal with acute disorder. the ultimate publication within the Chi Nei Tsang sequence, Chi Nei Ching deals complicated therapeutic massage innovations to paintings with the strength meridians for maximum healthiness.
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