The Healer Within: Using Traditional Chinese Techniques To by Roger Jahnke

By Roger Jahnke

Free up your usual powers for therapeutic, persistence, and longevity

With this progressive consultant, you'll examine 4 easy and remarkably powerful strategies to liberate your common powers for therapeutic. The methods—gentle circulation, self-applied therapeutic massage, respiring workouts, and meditation—are drawn from the traditional chinese language therapeutic approach of Qigong (Chi Kung) and are simply adaptable to each way of life. you could perform them virtually anywhere—in the auto, in line on the financial institution, at your table, whereas jogging, even in mattress. utilizing those tools for as low as ten mins an afternoon can dramatically bring up your patience, energy , and sturdiness. Self-care hasn't ever been really easy!

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