Etnografická, náboženská a duchovní literatura: agni, aikido, ájurvéda, ákáša, akujóga, akupresura, akupunktura, alchymie, animismus, antropologie. We haven’t found any reviews in the usual places. Bibliographic information. QR code for Akupresura. Title, Akupresura. Author, Ivo Hanel. Publisher, Mona. Reflexní terapie a akupresura: uzdravující tlakové body. Front Cover. Janet Wright. Rebo Productions, – pages.
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I have been engaged in the clinical practice, research and teaching of guasha for many years, through which I have found this therapy to be an important tool for exploring the body’s innate ability to heal. Guasha, often referred to kaupresura scraping therapy, is a bright pearl in the treasure trove that is Chinese medicine.
The scraping of the skin performed in guasha reveals diseased areas, while also unblocking the meridians and collateral, and promoting nerve conduction and knha circulation to improve the body’s defense mechanisms. Use guasha to scrape away disease, improve your appearance, maintain health and enhance family ties. A medical background is not necessary to use guasha to treat common diseases in yourself and your family. I demonstrated how guasha be used to treat military training injuries through minute scraping sessions.
It has survived for thousands of years because of its valuable ability to treat internal diseases with external methods, its easy-to-learn manipulations and its remarkable effects.
With this foundation, we can say with confidence that simple and moderate scraping of the skin with a small guasha tool can treat many common diseases, reveal the body’s state of health, prevent disease, and maintain youth and beauty with remarkable efficacy and without side effects. In OctoberI attended the 31 st international conference on military medicine as a representative of the nay.
Now that modern medical therapies are receiving more scrutiny, people have again welcomed guasha therapy. To better understand this brilliant pearl of akupresuga Chinese medical tradition, we have put in years of serious research to consolidate its medical foundation, explore its secrets, refine our understanding of its effects, and apply biological and bolographic theories to develop new methods.
Akupresura – Ivo Hanel – Google Books
The audience of global military medical experts gasped in admiration at the near-instantaneous effect. I have written this book to spread the benefits of guasha therapy to a wider population.
Inside are step-by-step instructions on self-diagnosis and basic manipulations. I have been invited by many knkha outlets, including national broadcaster CCTV and several provincial satellite stations, to talk about holographic meridian guasha therapy.
I have tried to use plain language to condense profound and complicated medical theories into simple, and effective methods for preventing and treating knkha, protecting health, and maintaining beauty.
Guasha therapy, long a treasure of China, soon be valued all over the world. According to traditional Chinese medicine, the knihaa and acupuncture points in the skin and superficial layers are directly connected with the internal zang-fu organs. However, guasha’s popularity is not limited to but has spread throughout the world. The development of modern technology, science and medicine have brought convenience and increased efficacy, but also more harmful side effects.
We are often told we need to act to prevent the occurrence of unfavorable events, that it is better to prevent diseases from happening than to treat them after they arise. Throughout the centuries, guasha therapy has played an important role in the prevention and treatment of disease. I hope this book be a faithful companion on a life-long journey of health. One should not be fooled by the simple manipulations of guasha, knkha its theoretical foundation is actually quite profound.
Instead, it works by macro-regulation of the skin through the defense system to ensure the body’s ability to self-regulate is sound. One of the most effective, economic and simplest means of both preventing and treating diseases is gusha.
In terms of direct contact, guasha is limited to the superficial skin, which is the body’s largest organ.
Returning to nature and maintaining health using Chinese medicine have been popular themes recently in society.
The functions of the skin are not limited to being the body’s defensive barrier, it is involved in excretion, respiration, secretion and purification. However, guasha therapy does not act on local diseases directly.