Chinese Qigong Acupressure Therapy
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- Product Code: 2000hc
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Incorporates many therapeutic methods, such as acupressure, massage, daoyin (a physical and breathing exercise) and application of external qi (potential energy).
Title: Chinese Qigong Acupressure Therapy
Written by Huang Xiaokuan
Published by Foreign Languages Press, Beijing, 2000
Hardcover, 178mm x 256mm, 118 pages
Qigong acupressure therapy is a healing technology rooted in the Chinese medical tradition. It incorporates many therapeutic methods, such as acupressure, massage, daoyin (a physical and breathing exercise) and application of external qi (potential energy). Qigong acupressure therapy can be used to treat many common diseases: hypertension, coronary heart disease, peptic ulcer, diabetes mellitus, neurasthenia, pulmonary fibrosis and neck, shoulder, lower back and leg pains. The book contains six chapters which cover the basic knowledge and methods of qigong along with reports describing the clinical practice of qigong acupressure therapy. In addition, useful prescriptions of acupoints for qigong acupressure therapy and supplemental qigong exercise are presented.
The author, Huang Xiaokuan (1952 - ), is an attending physician at the Qigong Clinic of the General Hospital of the Chinese People's Liberation Army in Beijing and professor at the College for Advanced Study of Chinese Qigong. He began to learn Shaolin internal qigong from his young age. He regularly performs Shaolin internal qigong and has good knowledge and experience from clinical practice of qigong acupressure therapy. This book sums up his many years of clinical experience and is an excellent reference manual for healing professionals.