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Energy, Mind and Spirit in Indian, Tibetan and Middle Eastern Medicine
Marc S. Micozzi, MD, PhD
With Donald McCown and Mones Abu-Asab, PhD (Unani), Hakima Amri, PhD (Unani), Kevin Ergil, MA, MS, LAc (Tibet), Howard Hall, PsyD, PhD (Sufi), Hari Sharma, MD (Maharishi Ayurveda), Kenneth G. Zysk, Dphil, PhD (Ayurveda & Siddha)
The traditional medicines of Middle Asia are rich and varied - from the Unani and Siddha medicines of southern India, to the Sufi healing practices of the Middle East. For the first time, Dr. Marc S. Micozzi draws together the ancient healing wisdom of traditional Indian, Tibetan, and Middle Eastern medicines. He sets forth the compelling idea that vital energy, expressed as ‘prana’ in the Indian practice of Ayur Veda and ‘qi’ in traditional Chinese medicine, is a unifying concept that underpins and connects all of these traditions. Describing the origins, health promotion strategies, diagnostic techniques, and modern-day uses of each approach, he also draws parallels to and finds correlations with mainstream Western concepts, and demonstrates how these CAM therapies fit within the context of their own cultures and ours. This groundbreaking book will be of interest to practitioners of all Middle Eastern and Asian medical traditions, complementary and alternative health practitioners, and anyone else with an interest in Middle Eastern and Asian approaches to health and wellbeing.
Marc S. Micozzi, MD, PhD, is the founder and director of the Policy Institute for Integrative Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. He is a former Executive Director of the College of Physicians and Director of the National Museum of Health and Medicine. For many years, Dr Micozzi has pioneered vital health information to professionals and consumers, collaborating with former US Surgeon General C. Everett Koop and other leaders in the growing wellness movement. In the early 1990s, he frequently shared the speaker’s podium and the radio and television airwaves with leaders such as Drs. Andrew Neil, Deepak Chopra, Mehmet Oz, and Dean Ormish. Dr. Micozzi lives in Bethesda, Maryland and Rockport, Massachusetts. Contents: Preface. 1. Vital Healing: Body and Spirit. 2. Vital Energy: Spirit and Flow in Asian Medicines. 3. Continuous Healing: Traditional Ayur Vedic Medicine of India. 4. Alchemical Healing: Traditional Siddha Medicine of South India. 5. Yoga: Journey From Body to Spirit. 6. Quantum Healing: Maharishi Ayur Veda (MAV). 7. To the High Himalaya: Tibetan Medicine. 8. The Light of Healing: Unani Medicine. 9. Rapid Healing: Sufism of the Middle East. 10. The Sum of Healing. Index.
February 2011 240pp 234 x 156mm ISBN: 9781848190450 HB £18.99 BIC: VXH HPDF PSXM HRQ 10 black and white illustrations
• Complementary and alternative health practitioners and students • Medical Anthropologists • Yoga practitioners • General readers with an interest in alternative health
Chinese Shamanic Cosmic Orbit Qigong
Esoteric Talismans, Mantras, and Mudras in Healing and Inner Cultivation
Master Zhongxian Wu Chinese Shamanic Cosmic Orbit Qigong is an advanced form of Qigong from one of China’s esoteric traditions. Never before written about in the West, this form offers great cumulative benefits from regular daily practice. Master Wu describes the practice in detail, including the meaning and significance of the Chinese names for each movement, with its shamanic roots, and provides the mantra, visualization, and mudra for each as well as explaining the therapeutic benefits and talismanic aspects. The book is fully illustrated, and there is a handy reference quick guide at the end showing the entire orbit. This unique book will be essential reading for advanced students and practitioners of Qigong and anyone interested in Daoism, or the ancient wisdom traditions of China. by the same author Hidden Immortal Lineage Taiji Qigong
The Mother Form Master Zhongxian Wu
2010 DVD ISBN: 9781848190405 £25.00 (+VAT)
March 2011 96pp 246 x 186mm ISBN: 9781848190566 PB £9.99 BIC: VXH
• Students and practitioners of Qigong • General readers with an interest in Daoism and Chinese philosophy
Taiji Qigong is an ancient way of physical and spiritual cultivation which enables us to access the Dao, the Great Way of Nature. This ancient art and science for health maintenance and healing originated several thousand years ago in China. This DVD is narrated and demonstrated by Master Zhongxian Wu. It focuses on the Mother Form of Taiji Qigong, passed directly from the Hidden Immortal Lineage. The eight movements are precisely choreographed to create a relaxed mind-body dance that stretches and strengthens the entire body. The slow, deliberate movements develop health, balance, and grace. Essentially, this form is a way to bring the practitioner into physical, mental, and spiritual awareness and connection with the microcosm (human being) and the macrocosm (universe).
• Qigong practitioners • Tai Chi practitioners
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Ted’s Peaceful Kidneys. Lisa’s Kind Liver. March 2011 32pp 210 x 210mm ISBN: 9781848190511 HB £7. Lisa and Ted show that a “haaaww” can heal the heart and blow away impatience. Lisa’s Happy Heart.com 3 . She has a master’s degree in Education and is a co-founder and former Director of Artlink Ltd.99 BIC: YXA VXM 22 colour illustrations • Parents • Teachers • Counsellors • Qigong practitioners www. 3. 2.singing-dragon. She learned Qigong mediation from attending classes taught by Grandmaster Mantak Chia. a charitable company promoting access to art in the North West of Ireland. Six Healing Sounds with Lisa and Ted teaches young children how to transform negative feelings into positive ones by using simple breathing techniques that are based on ancient Chinese Qigong exercises. 1. Ireland. These reassuring meditative stories are ideal for bedtime as they calm and settle children by soothing away the troubles of the day. Having taught at a number of schools. Contents: Introduction. This delightful and brightly illustrated picture book will be an enjoyable read for children aged four to eight and will teach them effective healing techniques to overcome negative emotions so they can live happier and healthier lives. 6.. Lisa currently lives in Brussels. 5. 4. and a “whoooooo” can make the stomach feel better and chase away worries. Ted’s Sleepy Head. Using a special sound for different parts of the body. Belgium. Lisa went on to work for several years in Northern Ireland on community projects with children and young people. Lisa Spillane qualified as a teacher of Art and Design at NCAD in Dublin.new titles Six Healing Sounds with Lisa and Ted Qigong for Children Lisa Spillane Join in with Lisa and Ted as they show you how healing sounds can make you feel bright and happy inside. Lisa’s Brave Lungs. Ted’s Friendly Stomach.
Radial Pulse by Giorgio Repeti. It is. an approach that can only fully be comprehended through reflection and experience.. Contents: Editor’s Preface. with chapters on pulse and tongue diagnosis. About the Author. and a thoughtful introduction for students that will carry them through to their own practice. Grandmaster Wan was a well known doctor of Chinese medicine. Introduction. Herbal medicines and herbal treatments for cold. Appendix. derived from his years of discipleship to Grandmaster Wan. and is deceptively simple.‘The Essentials’. however.singing-dragon. and challenges the much more complex approach to acupuncture commonly taught in the West. The broad. Wan’s 3E Acupressure. Wan’s 3E Herbal . Wan’s 3E Diagnostic Method. diverse and ancient practices of Chinese medicine are often misconstrued and overshadowed by the more modern Traditional Chinese Medicine in Westernised texts. Micozzi MD. Treatment and Therapeutic Monitoring Giorgio Repeti LAc with Marc S. warm and hot diseases are also covered. economical and efficient). Wan’s 3E Acupuncture . A key chapter on acupuncture provides clear directives for treatment that relies on simple yet powerful underpinning principles. and he has in the core of the book resisted any temptation to include his own views or amend those of the teacher.com . This clinically based text will provide an essential vademecum for practitioners of Chinese medicine.99 BIC: VXHT1 • Practitioners and students of Chinese medicine 4 www. who in the traditional way of Chinese teaching took on only a handful of students throughout his life. How to Read This Book. The approach described was characterised by Grandmaster Wan as the 3E approach (easy. in translation. March 2011 128pp 234 x 156mm ISBN: 9781848190474 PB £18. The book covers the basic principles of diagnosis. PhD Much of acupuncture practice in the West remains incomplete or less potent because it has been based upon particular interpretations often by only one individual. form the basis of this book. The author’s extensive notes. one of whom was Giorgio Repeti.‘Knowing the Cold & Hot Syndromes’. Conclusion for the Physician. This book places more powerful tools in the hands of practitioners and expands our knowledge of the full potential of Chinese medical practices.new titles Wan’s Clinical Application of Chinese Medicine Scientific Practice of Diagnosis.
Case III: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case I: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Summary. Case II: Yang Jiasan’s Medical Record. Summary. Section Twelve: Edema.99 BIC: VXHT1 • Practitioners and students of acupuncture and Chinese medicine • Textbook Contents: Preface. Case II: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Summary. Summary. Case I: Lu Shouyan’s Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case I: Yang Jiebin’s Medical Record. Case IV: Sun Liuhe’s Medical Record. Case I: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case III: Liu Jiaying’s Medical Record. Section Eight: Diarrhea. Summary. Section Ten: Long Bi (urination disturbance). Section One: Common Cold.com 5 . Case III: Zhou Yunxian’s Medical Record. Case IV: Shao Jingming’s Medical Record. Case VI: Yang Jiebin’s Medical Record. Summary. Case I: Lu Shouyan’s Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Summary. Summary. Case I: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case II: Shao Jingming’s Medical Record. covering 73 different types of syndromes and disease. Case V: Yang Jinhong’s Medical Record. Case I: Record in Acupuncture-Moxibustion for Difficult Diseases. Case II: Lou Baiceng’s Medical Record. Case II: Record in Acupuncture-Moxibustion for Difficult Diseases. Section Fifteen: Bu Mei (insomnia). Section Fourteen: Palpitation. Case III: Zhou Yunxian’s Medical Record. Case I: Lu Shouyan’s Medical Record. Section Seventeen: Xuan Yun (dizziness). Section Sixteen: Headache. Case I: Lu Shouyan’s Medical Record. Section Thirty-Seven: Impotence. Case II: Chen Yuelai and ZhengKuishan’s Medical Record. Case II: Bo Zhiyun’s Medical Record. Section Five: Epigastric Pain. Case I: Zheng Kuishan’s Medical Record. Section Twenty-Six: Tong Bi (Painful bi). Section Two: Cough. Case I: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. see page 18 . Case I: Yang Yongxuan’s Medical Record. December 2010 320pp 246 x 173mm ISBN: 9781848190467 PB £19. Case III: Ji Xiaoping’s Medical Record. Section Twenty-Eight: Numbness of Extremities. Case II: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case II: Xiao Shaoqing’s Medical Record. Section Twenty-Five: Zhuo Bi (fixed Bi). Section Thirty-Four: Epilepsy. Case IV: Yang Jiebin’s Medical Record. Case I: Record in Acupuncture-Moxibustion for Difficult Diseases. Summary. Case III: Xiao Shaoqing’s Medical Record. Case IV: Bo Zhiyun’s Medical Record. Summary. treatment. Case II: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case IV: Meng Hong’s Medical Record. More than 170 different case studies are included in the book. Summary. This book presents a collection of real case studies of patients who have been treated by prominent acupuncture practitioners in China. Case I: Lu Shouyan’s Medical Record. Case III: Sun Liuhe’s Medical Record. Summary. Section Twenty-Seven: Re Bi (febrile Bi). Section Nine: Constipation. Case II: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Summary. Section Forty: High Fever. Case I: Record in Acupuncture-Moxibustion for Difficult Diseases. Section Seven: Abdominal Pain. Case II: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Summary. Summary. Case I: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case I: Yang Yongxuan’s Medical Record. and prescription as well as the Western diagnosis. Case I: Yang Jiasan’s Medical Record. Case III: Yang Jiebin’s Medical Record. Case I: Lu Shouyan’s Medical Record. Introduction. Case I: Lu Shouyan’s Medical Record. Case I: Shao Jingming’s Medical Record. Section Thirty-Six: Depression. Case II: Lou Baiceng’s Medical Record. Case I: Yang Jiasan’s Medical Record. Case I: Lu Shouyan’s Medical Record. Case I: Yang Jiebin’s Medical Record. Section Thirty-One: Facial Spasm. Section Thirty-Eight: Hernia. Case III: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case III: Yang Jinhong’s Medical Record. Diseases of Internal Department. diagnosis. Section Nineteen: Facial Paralysis. and provide invaluable precedents for deciding upon appropriate methods of diagnosis and treatment. Section Thirty-Three: Stirring of the Liver Wind. The case studies are divided into five sub-categories of disease. Summary. Case IV Zhou Yunxian’s Medical Record. Case V: Hu Jinsheng’s Medical Record. Section Twenty-Four: Xing Bi (wandering Bi). Section Twenty-Three: Cervical Spondylosis. Case III: Xiao Shaoqing’s Medical Record. Case I: Wang Faxiang’s Medical Record. Summary. Case II: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case IV: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Section Twenty: Wind Stroke. Case II: Sun Liuhe’s Medical Record.19 for more books from this series www. Summary. Case III: Liu Jiaying’s Medical Record. Summary. Summary. and include information on the patient’s medical history. Case II: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case I: Yang Jiebin’s Medical Record. Case III: Wei Lixin’s Medical Record. Summary. Foreword. Case II: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Summary. Case II: Record in Acupuncture-Moxibustion for Difficult Diseases. Case II: Xiao Shaoqing’s Medical Record. Case I: Yang Jiebin’s Medical Record. Section Thirteen: Xiao Ke. Case III: Liu Taoxin’s Medical Record. Case IV: Record in Acupuncture-Moxibustion for Difficult Diseases. tongue and pulse examination. Summary.new titles Case Studies from the Medical Records of Leading Chinese Acupuncture Experts Zhu Bing and Wang Hongcai Advisor: Cheng Xinnong International Acupuncture Textbooks Case studies and medical records are an extremely useful resource for understanding how to differentiate between different syndromes. Summary. presenting complaint. Case I: Shao Jingming’s Medical Record. Case IV: Hu Jinsheng’s Medical Record. Section Twenty-One: Low Back Pain. Section Three: Asthma. Case I Lu Shouyan’s Medical Record. Case I: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case II: Yang Jiebin’s Medical Record. Case III: Tian Conghe’s Medical Record. Section 1. Section Eleven: Lin Zheng (urination disturbance). Case VI: Liu Zhaohui’s Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case I: Wu Zhongcao’s Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Summary. Section Eighteen: Facial Pain. Case I: Yang Jiebin’s Medical Record. Section Forty-one: Blood Syndrome. Section ThirtyNine: Prolapse of Rectum. Case I: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Section Six: Hiccup. Case V: Bo Zhiyun’s Medical Record. Case I: Feng Runshen’s Medical Record. Case III: Yang Jiebin’s Medical Record. Case I: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case I: Yang Jiasan’s Medical Record. Case II: Yang Yongxuan’s Medical Record. Case V: Ji Xiaoping’s Medical Record. Section Thirty-Two: Chan Syndrome (tremor). Section Twenty-Two: Luo Zhen (torticollis). Case II: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case III: Meng Hong’s Medical Record. Case III: Cao Huairen’s Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Summary. Case III: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case I: Wu Zhongchao’s Medical Record. Summary.singing-dragon. Case II: Xiao Shaoqing’s Medical Record. Summary. Summary. Case I: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Case I: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Summary. Section Thirty-Five: Hysteria. Case III: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Summary. Case IV: Shi Xuemin’s Medical Record. Section Twenty-Nine: Wei Syndrome. Case II: Zheng Yizhong’s Medical Record. Case I: Yang Yongxuan’s Medical Record. Case III: Ji Xiaopng’s Medical Record. Case I: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. symptoms. Case II: Record in Acupuncture-Moxibustion for Difficult Diseases. Case VI: Liu Taoxin’s Medical Record. Summary. Section Four: Hypochondriac Pain. Case II: Yang Yongxuan’s Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong’s Medical Record. Summary. Section Thirty: Ptosis. Summary.
and covers all the basic principles of the manipulation techniques required to practice Tuina. The first introduces the definitions. 4. and the DVD demonstrates these methods in action and shows how to achieve the best results. National Natural Science Foundation research topics and five Key Projects in National Science and Technology. cautions. classifications. they are a core component of the study of Tuina .they are also the most difficult skills to master. Swinging Manipulations. Moxibustion and Tuina. Assistant Professor Li Jiangshan has a doctorate degree in Acupuncture. 5. 2.singing-dragon. His primary research focus is ‘Research on the Physiological Effect of Tuina Manipulations’ and ‘Clinical Research on the Prevention and Treatment of Sub-Health Conditions with Tuina’. The written and illustrated text is therefore accompanied by a 40 minute DVD demonstrating all the techniques in action. Rubbing Manipulations. Striking Manipulations. 7. which is fully indexed for ease of use and quick reference. Assistant Professor Li has directed and played a major role in National ‘Climbing’ research topics. and Liu Qiong Contents: 1. February 2011 112pp 234 x 156mm ISBN: 9781848190580 PB with DVD-ROM £14. and handy reference for beginning practitioners. This comprehensive introduction is written with the needs of the student and beginning practitioner in mind. He has been awarded six provincial 2nd and 3rd place awards for Science and Technology Advancement. then detailing chapter by chapter how each should be performed. The book begins by explaining the concept behind the different manipulations. The guide is divided into two parts. and requirements of each Tuina manipulation. Peng Liang.99 including VAT BIC: VFMS Black and white illustrations • Students and practitioners of Tuina and Chinese medicine 6 www. Assistant Editors: Li Tielang and Zhou Guoping Editorial Committee: Ai Kun. Concept of Chinese Tuina Manipulations. As manipulations are the primary method of carrying out treatment. as well as common media used in Tuina. Compression Manipulations. is one of the cornerstones of Chinese medicine. Every explanation is accompanied by a diagram. 6. and the rest of the book describes the main points. 3.new titles Tuina / Massage Manipulations Basic Principles and Techniques Chief Editor: Li Jiangshan Tuina.com . He is the assistant director of the Tuina Committee of the Hunan Province TCM Association and a member of the Tuina Committee of the Chinese Medical Association. This book will be an essential learning tool for students. Vibration Manipulations. and clinical application of the most common adult manipulations. also known as Chinese massage. Joint Manipulation Techniques.
and the management and prevention of accidents. as are four essential needling manipulations of Dragon-TigerTortoise-Phoenix. Retention and Withdrawal of Needles. Reinforcing and Reducing Methods of Acupuncture. Explanations are clear and illustrated with diagrams. 10. Demonstrating all the essential knowledge required. Structure. and serves as a core learning tool for beginners. and handy reference for later use. Specification. director of the Hunan Acupuncture Provincial High Quality Courses. 4.singing-dragon. 7. She is the Director of the National TCM Administration’s Meridian-Organ Relationship Key Research Unit. Reinforcing and reducing methods of acupuncture are explained and demonstrated. Management and Prevention of Accidents. She has been involved with acupuncture for thirty years and has taught the bachelors degree courses ‘Acupuncture’. 8.com 7 . 11.99 including VAT BIC: VXHT1 Black and White Illustrations • Students and practitioners of Acupuncture www. Four Comprehensive Needling Manipulations Called Dragon-Tiger-Tortoise-Phoenix. and the book concludes with practical chapters on the retention and withdrawal of needles. Lan Lei. Needling Practices. the text covers everything from the basics of good practice in care of filiform needles. as well as the director and academic leader of the Hunan Provincial Acupuncture. Check and Keep of the Filiform Needle. Angle and Depth of Insertion. 3. For ease of use. Manipulations and Arrival of Qi. This practical book will be an invaluable learning and reference aid to all students of acupuncture and new practitioners Professor Chang Xiaorong is a doctorate advisor and leading teacher in the Hunan higher education system. Professor Chang’s primary research focus areas are ‘Acupuncture Meridian and Collateral Research-Meridian and Organ Relationship Rules and Mechanism Research’ and ‘Clinical and Experimental Research on Moxibustion Methods’. 5. Precautions. as well as the postgraduate courses ‘The Scientific Basis of Acupuncture’ and ‘The Clinical Research Advancement of Acupuncture’.new titles Needling Techniques Basic Principles and Techniques Chief Editor: Professor Chang Xiaorong This introduction to the key principles of needling techniques for acupuncturists has been produced with the needs of the beginning student in mind. and Guo Tingxiang Contents: 1. through methods of insertion. and fully demonstrated in action on the accompanying DVD. 2. all key manipulations and principles are indexed on the DVD for quick reference and easy repetition. Assistant Editors: Yuan Yiqin and Ai’kun Editorial Committee: Yang Qianyun. Insertions. 6. and ‘Needling and Moxibustion’. Moxibustion and Tuina Key Discipline. Wang Chao. to manipulation and the arrival of Qi. Preparations. February 2011 76pp 234 x 156 mm ISBN: 9781848190573 PB with DVD-ROM £14. 9. Direction. vice-president of the Hunan Acupuncture Association and research topic correspondent reviewer for the National Natural Sciences Foundation. ‘Meridians and Acupoints’.
This ancient work. Chung-yuan Chang was Professor of Philosophy at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. teacher of Chinese healing arts. echoes the wisdom and poetry of both the Tao Te Ching and I Ching. he lives with his family in the hills of south west England. The Can Dong Qi is also the ancestral text of all Qi Gong exercises in China. HPDF • General readers with an interest in Taoism. Chapters cover everything from the potential of creativity to the way tranquillity is reflected in Chinese poems and painting. Chinese culture and philosophy • Taiji and Qigong practitioners 8 www. This translation reveals for the first time the meditation methods practised for thousands of years by Taoist sages. He died in 1988. Wu. this classic book considers the underlying philosophy and the aesthetics of Chinese art and poetry. December 2010 304pp 246 x 173mm ISBN: 9781848190481 PB £15. the earliest known text on transformation and immortality. introducing classic paintings and poems to bring Taoism to life. Richard Bertschinger’s additional commentary explains the intricacies of Chinese allegory and symbolism for the Western reader. Chung-yuan Chang’s deceptively simple and always lucid narrative explores the relationship between the Tao and the creative arts.99 BIC: HRKN5.com . Art and Poetry Chung-yuan Chang ‘No one can read Chang’s book without experiencing a broadening of his mental horizons’ .new titles Creativity and Taoism A Study of Chinese Philosophy. Gia-fu Feng. January 2011 272pp 216 x 138mm ISBN: 9781848190504 PB £14. and translator of ancient Chinese texts. ACBP. H. Chinese art culture and philosophy The Secret of Everlasting Life The First Translation of the Ancient Chinese Text of Immortality Richard Bertschinger The Secret of Everlasting Life is the first translation from the Chinese of the second-century Can Dong Qi. aged 84.99 BIC: HRKN5 VXFD 32 black and white line • General readers with an interest in Taoism. the expression of the Taoist approach to existence. Presented here with its original Chinese commentaries.singing-dragon. Richard Bertschinger studied for ten years with the Taoist sage and Master.John C. A practising acupuncturist. the Can Dong Qi is full of practical information and advice about the process of human transformation and how to nurture and develop the natural life-energy within us. Philosophy East and West Simultaneously accessible and scholarly.
embracing his tiger and returning to his mountaintop. and the book draws to a close with an exploration of Tao Te Ching. and he is also director of the Lan Ting Institute. An extremely well-known Chinese Master. A world traveler and a multi-ranged freelance photographer. 2.new titles Embrace Tiger. Dancing Mind. he grew up in China steeped in the studies of the classics. An internationally renowned artist.com 9 . the author gathers all his assets from outside and within. Ko is considered a “National Treasure” both in Taiwan and in the Mainland China. Chapter V. He has written many classic books including Quantum Soup: Fortune Cookies in Crisis. Chapter III. Si Chi Ko. Chapter IV. Tao Te Ching. Watts of Tao:The Watercourse Way. a cross-cultural study and conference centre at the sacred and historic Wu Yi mountain in China. and at Gold Beach on the southern Oregon Coast in the USA. January 2011 192pp 234 x 156mm ISBN: 9781848190528 PB £13. interweaving instruction and practical guidelines with the theory and ancient thought that underpins it. Chapter II. Calligraphy.singing-dragon. Chungliang Al Huang’s classic masterpiece. Contents: Foreword. Chapter IX. Chapter I. Jerry Lynch of Thinking Body. and Essential Tai Ji. Afterword. allowing them to do the same. 4. 5. who took the photographs in this book. who has collaborated with Chungliang Al Huang for over 4 decades. 1. teaching at all the Human Potential Centers around the world. also The Chinese Book of Animal Powers. fine and martial arts. 7. and Findhorn and Dartington Hall in the UK. and with Dr. He came to the USA as a student in 1955 to become an architect and performing artist and began building bridges in East/West cultural synthesis. Japan. He is also co-author with Alan W. This classic and timeless introduction is still essential reading for anybody interested in Tai Ji and Tao philosophy on “Living Our Own Tao”. Introduction.99 BIC: WSTM • Practitioners and students of Taiji • Readers with an interest in Daoism and Chinese culture www. Zen Ox Pictures. Digging his legs into the earth and opening his arms out to the sky. uncovers the origins and meanings of Tai Ji. all of which are now brought back into print by Singing Dragon. and in the process shares the experience with his reader. 9. 6. Return to Mountain The Essence of Tai Ji Chungliang Al Huang Written with true passion and covering everything for those with an interest in Tai Ji want to know. Chungliang Al Huang is the founder of the Living Tao Foundation. 8. with a foreword on Taoist practice by Alan W. including Esalen Institute and Omega Institute in the USA. inviting the reader on a journey the author is still experiencing himself. Watts. an international cultural-arts network for lifelong learning. 3. The narrative is illustrated with calligraphy and photographs. was born in Taiwan and received his training at the College of Photography in Tokyo.
alongside stunning. space and time .singing-dragon. digestible chunks of text that bring the ancient Chinese art of Tai Ji to life. and he is also director of the Lan Ting Institute. the book teaches how to unify mind and body.and its relationships with nature. Fully illustrated with colour photographs throughout.99 BIC: WSTM Illustrated with calligraphy throughout • General readers especially those interested in Daoism and the traditional culture of China • Practitioners and students of Taiji 10 www. a cross-cultural study and conference centre at the sacred and historic Wu Yi mountain in China. January 2011 78pp 234 x 156mm ISBN: 9781848190535 PB £12. and is ideal to either read through in one sitting or to dip into as and when one pleases. relaxation and clarity. sharks’ fins and puppy dogs’ tails to tickle the sophisticated palate and provoke happy.. an international cultural-arts network for lifelong learning.99 BIC: WSTM • Taiji practitioners Quantum Soup Fortune Cookies in Crisis Chungliang Al Huang ‘Quantum Soup is a gourmet preparation of philosophical snaps and snails. Promoting strength. Chapters cover everything from the origins and meanings if Tai Ji to the vocabulary. Confucius say: “Number One good recipe!” ‘ .Joseph Campbell Peppered with a delicate mix of wisdom and humour.com . January 2011 144pp 297 x 210mm ISBN: 9781848190542 PB £16. he grew up in China steeped in the studies of the classics. and the Tai Ji dance. Quantum Soup is a light-hearted yet informative combination of happy anecdotes and traditional Chinese sensibilities in a Western setting. Essential Tai Ji juxtaposes images with small.new titles Essential Tai Ji Chungliang Al Huang Photography by Si Chi Ko Originally published some twenty years ago. fine and martial arts. Chungliang Al Huang is the founder of the Living Tao Foundation. Presented in lyrical prose. and at Gold Beach on the southern Oregon Coast in the USA. the book provides a snippet of wisdom that accompanies every photograph. making this book every bit as appealing now as it was when originally published. An extremely well-known Chinese Master. basic moves. Essential Tai Ji shares the basic movements of Tai Ji . healthful belly laughs. Every mini-essay is accompanied by the author’s calligraphy and illustrations. this attractive and insightful book is here brought back into print for future generations to learn from and enjoy. inspirational photography by Si Chi Ko. Concluding with a summary and a section on practice. and achieve a healthier and more fulfilling state of being.
November 2010 384pp 246 x 173mm ISBN: 9781848190412 PB £19. he describes exactly how the weight flows. Gentle enough to be suitable for the elderly. Sections on the internal aspects of Tàijíquan. as well as taiji instructors.99 BIC: WSTM VFMG 648 black and white photographs and 23 line drawings • Practitioners and students of Taiji by the same author Tàijí Jiàn 32-Posture Sword Form James Drewe 2009 224pp ISBN: 9781848190115 PB £14. including various sword. Sun. its parts and how it should be held. Richard Watson.new titles The Yang Tàijí 24-Step Short Form A Step-by-Step Guide for all Levels James Drewe Yang 24-Step Tàijíquan is one of the most widely-practiced Tàijíquan forms in the world today. He currently teaches Yang. and even instructions on how to fit the movements to music are also included. Chen. For each. Prof. yet challenging enough to stretch even the most experienced practitioner. and the form that most people first learn. James Drewe provides a comprehensive and detailed explication of the postures and movements of the form. clearly explaining each step with the aid of foot patterns and photographs. This comprehensive guide to Yang 24-Step Tàijíquan is an invaluable resource for taiji practitioners at all levels. it is also one of the most accessible and rewarding. James is ViceChairman of the Longfei Taijiquan Association. how to move the limbs. how to use the hands. and Wudang styles of taiji. and students of other martial arts.99 BIC: VFMG WSTM Written by an experienced teacher of Tàijíquan. and Master Huang Ping. • Taiji practitioners www. the author gives step-by-step instructions for the main 13 applications including sword strokes. fan. Master Wang Yanji. stances and footwork techniques. He has studied taiji with Master Chu King Hung. and how to relax into the movement. Simon Watson. Using photographs and illustrations. James Drewe has been practising taiji and qigong since 1975. including beginners.singing-dragon.com 11 . descriptions of the subtle variations that may be made when performing certain movements. Li Deyin. this book provides a detailed description of the Jian (the sword). and stick forms. In his new book. a member of the British Council for Chinese Martial Arts (BCCMA) and is a registered instructor with the Tai Chi Union or Great Britain (TCUGB).
are easy to understand. evocative.drawn from a wide variety of sources. The book does not assume any knowledge of Tai Chi forms. and Motion Martin Mellish This innovative book makes the benefits of Tai Chi directly available to Westerners by communicating its essence in poetic. The images in this book . ancient and modern . December 2010 256pp 254 x 177. and Tibet. and embody the true inner spirit of Tai Chi’s timeless tradition. Martin Mellish has taught Tai Chi for over thirty years.com . fun to work with.singing-dragon. India. his Tai Chi research frequently takes him into remote areas of China. both Chinese and Western.new titles A Tai Chi Imagery Workbook Spirit. and humorous images that apply not only to movement practices of all kinds but to daily life.8mm ISBN: 9781848190290 PB £14. dancer. and a summary of the latest scientific research on the benefits of Tai Chi. He is a certified hypnotherapist and Yoga teacher. and martial artist. and holds a Master’s degree in Mathematics from Cambridge University. He is an accomplished technical rock climber. detailed explanations of the biomechanical realities that underlie the images. Intent. The book contains hundreds of photos and line drawings illustrating the images.99 BIC: WSTM 124 black and white photographs and line drawings • Tai Chi practitioners • Yoga and dance instructors • Readers with an interest in movement and form 12 www.
Biochemical Imbalances in Disease is an essential text for nutritional therapy practitioners. as well as for students. She also has experience of lecturing on nutritional therapy. Australia. and will be welcomed by complementary and conventional healthcare practitioners alike. regardless of whether or not they have a ‘named medical condition’. gaining an MSc in Applied Immunology before moving into complementary therapy. diabetes. and was sub-editor of The Nutrition Practitioner for three years. a case example illustrates how to use the theoretical information in the practice of treating patients with chronically compromised health. After achieving a BSc (Hons) in Food Science. The Institute of Functional Medicine. In the final chapter. Biochemical imbalances caused by nutritional deficiencies are a contributory factor in chronic illnesses such as cardiovascular disease.backlist . immune system problems and sex hormone imbalances. In addition. she undertakes nutrition consultancy and training for various organisations in the healthcare. Ann worked as a biomedical scientist for 10 years. and how to design and implement effective nutritional interventions. educational and business consultancy sectors. Lorraine Nicolle MSc is a nutritional therapist with a regular clinic at a London-based natural health centre (www. FABFP ‘Biochemical Imbalances in Disease will prove to be an important publication that adds to the expanding body of literature about functional medicine (FM)…. and explains how and why such states occur. Jones MD.co. gastro-intestinal imbalances. The book examines a range of biochemical imbalances. Jones. . this evidence-informed approach can be used with all patients who present in clinic.The authors’ careful explanations in this volume illustrate how clinical practice. This handbook for practitioners explains how to identify and treat such biochemical imbalances in order to better understand and manage a patient’s ill-health. coupled with skills learned through rigorous training in FM. auto-immune conditions and cancer. Developed by leading academics and practitioners in the fields of nutritional therapy and functional medicine. It helps practitioners to understand how to identify the imbalances through appropriate case history taking and laboratory testing. complex illnesses’. including compromised adrenal or thyroid function. Ann Woodriff Beirne is based in Morisset.complementary and alternative health Biochemical Imbalances in Disease A Practitioner’s Handbook Edited by Lorraine Nicolle and Ann Woodriff Beirne Foreword by David S. President and Director of Medical Education. London.com 13 .00 BIC: MBNH3 MX • Nutritional therapists • Healthcare professionals • Pharmacists www.uk). 2010 392pp 246 x 173mm ISBN: 9781848190337 HB £45. can successfully bring to the therapeutic relationship real patient-centred answers for chronic. MD.singing-dragon. FABFP.greenwichnaturalhealth. Lorraine is also a lecturer in nutrition and nutritional therapy at Thames Valley University.from the Foreword by David S. It pulls together a wide range of evidence to show how such imbalances are involved in the most common chronic diseases.
RN. communicating effectively and being a good listener. Julie defines and teaches that therapeutic quality of ‘presence. Guidance is provided on how to ask more effective questions in sessions. mind and spirit.complementary and alternative health The Insightful Body Healing with SomaCentric Dialoguing Julie McKay “One of the most difficult things for a bodyworker to quantify is the subjective experience of ‘dis-ease’ for each individual client. and how they can use this knowledge to encourage them to become more in tune with. improved outcomes. Drawn from experience both as a practitioner and as a client in a range of therapeutic contexts. Using the simple. yet profound. and more able to express.singing-dragon. HTCP.99 The book provides information and exercises to help practitioners improve their style of interacting with clients by setting clear boundaries.99 BIC: MX MXH 13 illustrations • Healing arts practitioners • Bodyworkers • Massage therapists • Acupuncturists • Naturopaths • Yoga and Tai Chi teachers of related interest Relating to Clients The Therapeutic Relationship for Complementary Therapists Su Fox 2007 176pp ISBN: 9781843106159 PB £12. techniques outlined in this book therapist of all kinds will learn how to look beyond the head and into the body to help clients heal more completely and more deeply. BSN. Explaining that individuals communicate and process information in different ways she describes how therapists can identify each client’s unique language blend. their body’s needs.’ This book takes you beyond communicating with your client to true interaction with body. author of Pharmacology for Massage Therapy and Drug Handbook for Massage Therapists In this accessible introduction to the approach. 2010 240pp 254 x 177. NCTMB. Improved communication. • Complementary therapists 14 www. LMT. Julie McKay outlines the core techniques and describes how they can be applied to make therapeutic sessions more effective. what words to use.backlist .Jean Wible. Using carefully chosen words and phrases therapists can empower clients to express themselves freely.8mm ISBN: 9781848190306 PB £16. and what words to avoid. and because of it will continue to learn more with each interaction with my clients. continued learning and growth for both the client and the bodyworker…Fabulous! This is what the therapeutic relationship is all about!” .com . for optimal results. among other things. I learned from this book. having a defined contract with them. Su Fox also uses illustrative case studies to offer strategies for managing `difficult’ clients and for working through the difficult feelings one may experience with other clients.
emotional or psychological disturbances.com 15 . move differently and think differently. Instead. and refine their knowledge of human anatomy and physiology. a multi-disciplinary alternative therapy practice in London. and attachment based psychoanalytical psychotherapy.thehealthylivingcentre. 2009 224pp 234 x 156mm ISBN: 9781848190269 PB £12.singing-dragon. Ged is a director of the Healthy Living Centre (www.uk). experiential exercises encourage the reader to practice their newly-acquired skills. Ged Sumner is a practicing Craniosacral Therapist and Chi Kung teacher. Throughout the book.99 BIC: MXH VXH • Craniosacral therapists and students • Complementary and alternative medicine practitioners • Bodywork practitioners Body Intelligence Creating a New Environment Second edition Ged Sumner Body Intelligence offers a new understanding of how the body works and leads the reader to a greater sense of wellbeing and an enriched sense of self. The reader will begin to feel differently.8mm ISBN: 9781848190283 PB £16. or simply to promote enduring health and vitality. guided meditations and movements are provided throughout the book. how to create a safe space for working with different kinds of trauma.complementary and alternative health Cranial Intelligence A Practical Guide to Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Ged Sumner and Steve Haines Foreword by Franklyn Sills At the deepest level of our physiology. 2010 320pp 245 x 177. healing. This new and important textbook demystifies the biodynamic approach to craniosacral therapy and shows how and why it can be so effective at bringing about a natural realignment towards optimal health. Ged has taught biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy as a senior tutor and course director for the Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust’s (CTET) practitioner trainings in London. and as a senior tutor for Resonance Trainings courses in Australia and New Zealand. The authors describe how to ‘listen’ and respond appropriately to each client’s system. co. The anatomy of the body is explored without the complexity of medical terminology. Experiential exercises. followed by positive mental and emotional shifts. A final chapter on practice development covers issues pertinent to practitioners trying to set up and maintain a successful practice. acute or chronic disease. helping the reader to develop improved levels of health and body intelligence that are natural and accessible all the time. allowing the reader to visualize and work with different levels of the body.99 BIC: MX MFC 38 illustrations • Bodywork practitioners • Healthcare professionals • Complementary and alternative medicine practitioners • Readers with an interest in body anatomy and dynamics www. common descriptions are used along with a multitude of images. physical changes occur and a new posture emerges. and how to address specific states of imbalance to support deep-felt and lasting change. the skilled practitioner can interact with these subtle rhythms to address physical aches and pains. Through gentle touch. As body intelligence increases through these exercises. He has also studied shiatsu.backlist . all living tissues and fluids expand and contract with the ‘breath of life’.
Henry McGrath draws on his many years as a practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine to explain how Chinese medicine approaches cancer in terms of understanding and treatment. Chapter 6.Anthony Harrison. Traditional Chinese Medicine Approaches to Cancer will be an invaluable book for people with cancer and the medical professionals who work with them. Henry is an Orthodox Christian and is interested in the links between religion and medicine. Nourishing the Soul: the Chinese Approach to Nutrition. giving readers a sound basis on which to explore further specific treatment.traditional chinese medicine Traditional Chinese Medicine Approaches to Cancer Harmony in the Face of the Tiger Henry McGrath ‘Henry McGrath has an excellent grasp on the true principles of Chinese medicine and he has managed to present it in a way that can be readily understood by cancer sufferers or specialists who seek to view this disease from another perspective.’ . Introduction. Conclusion.singing-dragon. He covers a wide range of treatments. 2009 256pp 216 x 138mm ISBN: 9781848190139 PB £12. Chapter 5. Cultivating Qi. Contents: Acknowledgments. Chapter 3. Celestial Lancets: Acupuncture in the Management of Cancer. Henry McGrath studied oriental medicine for nine years. Cultivating the Spirit: the Psychology of Chinese Medicine. Chapter 4. and is particularly effective in alleviating many of the side effects of treatment. obtaining diplomas in shiatsu. helping the patient develop both physical and mental wellbeing.99 BIC: VXHT1 M VXH 2 illustrations • People with cancer and their families • Cancer care professionals • Complementary and alternative medicine practitioners 16 www. The Chinese Understanding of Cancer. He presents the wide range of approaches that Chinese medicine has to offer people with cancer. acupuncture and herbal medicine. from acupuncture to Qigong. He is currently the Acupuncture Course Director and Academic Director for the College of Naturopathic Medicine and has undertaken clinical placements in the Herbal Medicine Oncology Departments of several Chinese hospitals in Nanjing and Beijing. Contacting the Author. How to Use This Book. Chapter 1. UK. former President of Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine and Director of the Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine Chinese Herb Garden Research shows that Chinese medicine can be very effective in supporting the treatment of cancer by orthodox Western methods. Elixir of Life: Herbal Medicine in the Management of Cancer. Chapter 2.com . He lives in Bristol. He currently runs his own private practice and works at Penny Brohn Cancer Care. and offers practical strategies to promote the health of the body as well as methods with which to cultivate the mind.backlist .
(University of Maryland). tradition. Cohen. Dr. and science to the art of healing. the only official Qigong textbook used in universities and colleges of traditional Chinese medicine in China. As a long-term practitioner of Qigong.D. M. It is an important addition to our understanding of the contribution of Chinese culture. L.. For the past decade. (Brooklyn College of CUNY). it is the authoritative introduction to the knowledge system and content of Qigong study. ‘Chinese Medical Qigong is the definitive work on this ancient medical system for the English-speaking world.D.com 17 .00 BIC: VXH MX • Healthcare professionals • Traditional Chinese Medicine professionals and students • Qigong practitioners www.M.Ac. used in colleges and universities of traditional Chinese medicine in China. author of Healing Words and The Power of Premonitions Qigong is one of the most important aspects of traditional Chinese culture and medicine. now in its third edition. Linda Nadia Hole. Ph. Sharon Montes.. Ph. Chen is one of the few scientists to have a hands-on knowledge of Qigong practice and be actively involved in scientific Qigong research. This textbook will be an essential tool for medical students and healthcare professionals working in complementary and alternative therapies as well as for all those seeking a better understanding of the beneficial medical applications of Qigong. is Director of the Qigong research laboratory at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine where he has taught Qigong for more than twenty years. Associate Editor in Chief: Kevin W Chen.. Correlating the traditional therapies of Qigong with the most recent outcomes of modern scientific research. English Language Consulting Editors: Kenneth S. 2010 672pp 190.D.D.backlist .Ac. M. and anxiety disorders. Chen is currently funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and other foundations to conduct clinical studies into the feasibility and efficacy of applying Qigong and meditative therapy in the treatment of arthritis.. O.D. Editor in Chief: Tianjun Liu.M. M. Associate Editor in Chief: Kevin W Chen.D. and the only government approved academic mentor for Ph. M.D. Dr. Foreword by Marc Micozzi. Roger Jahnke. Liu has been Editor in Chief of Qigong Study in Chinese Medicine. Dr. candidates in the field of medical Qigong in China.A. in research psychology and statistics. Ph. Dr.D.S. secretary general of China Academic Society of Medical Qigong. Ph.singing-dragon. (Qigong Research & Practice Center).. Chinese Medical Qigong is the first English translation of the only official textbook of medical Qigong. In recent years. addiction. He is also secretary general of the National Qigong Education and Study Association. Lowry. and with a Ph.D. M.D.M.D. L. (Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi).Larry Dossey.’ . Douglas Wile..Th.S. (Integrative Medicine Physician).D... (Integrative Medicine Physician). is an associate professor at the Center for Integrative Medicine and the Department of Psychiatry. M. O. Qigong therapy has attracted more and more attention from modern medicine and science and is now widely applied in clinical settings to treat illness and promote well-being. Educated at top universities in both China and the U.5 x 254mm ISBN: 9781848190238 HB £55. University of Maryland School of Medicine. Chen has many years’ experience and training in blending Eastern and Western perspectives.D.D. Lyn B. O.traditional chinese medicine Chinese Medical Qigong Editor in Chief: Tianjun Liu. Ph.
99 BIC: VXHT1 • Acupuncture professionals and students of Chinese medicine • Textbook www. cold and heat. the ‘zang and fu’ organs. exterior and interior. Zang Xiang. this authoritative textbook. The book concludes with useful forms for completion in taking a diagnosis. and describe the eight basic categories of ailment and disease: yin and yang. 2010 192pp 246 x 173mm ISBN: 9781848190382 PB £14. Explaining not only the principles upon which these elements work. Without a solid understanding of these fundamental theories. Qi.traditional chinese medicine Basic Theories of Traditional Chinese Medicine Edited by Zhu Bing and Wang Hongcai Advisor: Cheng Xinnong International Acupuncture Textbooks Traditional Chinese medicine has a long and complex history. is an excellent reference for students and practitioners at all levels. and how to differentiate between syndromes that might look the same. 18 2010 224pp 246 x 173mm ISBN: 9781848190368 PB £15.backlist .singing-dragon. and is also a useful basic reference for TCM practitioners. They provide detailed instructions on how to identify and rebalance the relative strengths of pathogens and Qi in the body. effective practice is impossible. the book describes how they can be used in practice to identify. The authors outline the key methods used in diagnosis. and deficiency and excess. Combining practical instruction with detailed theory.99 BIC: VXHT1 • Acupuncture professionals and students of Chinese medicine • Textbook Diagnostics of Traditional Chinese Medicine Edited by Zhu Bing and Wang Hongcai Advisor: Cheng Xinnong International Acupuncture Textbooks The principles and practice of diagnostics are key to administering effective treatment in Traditional Chinese Medicine. treat and prevent ill-health and disease. using traditional Chinese medicine methods. The ability to recognise and diagnose symptoms and complaints correctly is fundamental to deciding on appropriate remedies.com . compiled by the China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center (CBIATC). and this book provides a complete introduction to everything that students and practitioners. The book describes and explains all of the fundamental principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine. compiled by the China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center (CBIATC). under the editorial directorship of leading Chinese clinicians Zhu Bing and Wang Hongcai. need to know. yet the basic principles at the heart of practice have remained the same for hundreds of years. but also how they interrelate. and the meridians and collaterals of the body. including yin/yang. This thorough and accessible textbook. the five elements. and this book provides a comprehensive introduction to all the principles that students and practitioners need to know. is essential reading for students of Traditional Chinese Medicine. under the editorial direction of leading Chinese clinicians Zhu Bing and Wang Hongcai. both new and experienced.
This book provides a complete overview of the principles involved in distinguishing between different syndromes of illness in patients. The book describes the functions of acupuncture within the wider context of Traditional Chinese Medicine. This book outlines everything that practitioners and students need to know. and an excellent reference for acupuncture practitioners at all levels. A large portion of the book is devoted to describing how to diagnose and treat more than 130 different conditions. depressive disorders.traditional chinese medicine Meridians and Acupoints Edited by Zhu Bing and Wang Hongcai Advisor: Cheng Xinnong International Acupuncture Textbooks An in-depth understanding of the meridians and acupoints lies at the heart of effective practice in Traditional Chinese Medicine. The book explains how meridians relate to the major organs. how to insert and manipulate acupuncture needles.their names. asthma. and what to do if treatment goes wrong. and how they are linked to the healthy flow of Qi and blood. October 2010 480pp 246 x 173mm ISBN: 9781848190399 PB £25.backlist . how and when to use moxibustion and cupping techniques. an introduction to the symptoms they can be used to treat. and acne. including headaches and angina. an organisation founded in 1975 at the request of the World Health Organisation. is essential reading for students of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 2010 352pp 246 x 173mm ISBN: 9781848190375 PB £18. CBIATC has a prestigious reputation as one of the world’s leading training organisations in Traditional Chinese Medicine. where they are located in the body. and of selecting and administering appropriate treatments. and explains the principles involved in identifying and treating different illnesses and complaints.00 BIC: VXHT1 • Acupuncture professionals and students of Chinese medicine • Textbook www. Also included is a thorough introduction to the basics of acupuncture practice. compiled by the China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Centre (CBIATC).com 19 . A large section of the book is devoted to descriptions of specific acupoints . This useful and authoritative textbook. and of eliminating potentially harmful pathogens. including how to prepare a patient prior to treatment. dementia. how to locate them. and how. Zhu Bing and Wang Hongcai teach at the China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center (CBIATC).singing-dragon. under the editorial direction of leading Chinese clinicians Zhu Bing and Wang Hongcai.99 BIC: VXHT1 • Acupuncture professionals and students of Chinese medicine • Textbook Acupuncture Therapeutics Edited by Zhu Bing and Wang Hongcai Advisor: Cheng Xinnong International Acupuncture Textbooks Acupuncture can be a very effective way of strengthening the body’s resistance to illness.
Pilates Pro This clear and concise book explains what scoliosis is. sitting. and promoting calm and steady breathing. Twists and Bends emphasises the importance and feasibility of gentle exercise for keeping the body as healthy and flexible as possible. Twists and Bends A Practical Guide to Pilates for Scoliosis Annette Wellings with Alan Herdman ‘The book is a useful tool for addressing scoliosis through exercise.99 BIC: VXH VFJD VFMG 63 illustrations • Yoga therapists • Parents. Sections on yoga therapy for specific conditions such as autistic spectrum disorder.99 BIC: VFJD VXH VFM 81 line drawings • Individuals with scoliosis • Pilates instructors • Osteopaths 20 www. and the book concludes with child and parent reports on how the program has worked for them. Written with the full range of scoliosis sufferers in mind. posture and muscle strength in scoliosis sufferers. and also vital information on what exercises to avoid. and cerebral palsy are included. Curves. and a list of useful contacts and resources. and its physical and psychological impact. but to enable the spine to be “as healthy and supple as possible. and work towards positive changes such as realigning the spine.com . Down syndrome. This book is a must for parents.OM Yoga & Lifestyle The program consists of a series of postures. It includes a series of Pilates exercises.”’ .’ . encouraging eye-contact. and making the sessions fun using games and props. assessing an individual child’s particular needs.backlist . both for those who have the condition and for Pilates instructors with scoliotic clients. its symptoms. therapists and other professionals and anybody else who wants to help a child develop through enjoyable and therapeutic yoga sessions. 2010 208pp 246 x 173mm ISBN: 9781848190276 PB £12.bodywork Yoga Therapy for Every Special Child Meeting Needs in a Natural Setting Nancy Williams Illustrated by Leslie White ‘This book contains a specially-designed yoga programme for use with children of all abilities. carrying and how to dress. designed by the authors specifically to promote flexibility. Consideration is given to creating the right setting for carrying out the therapy. including useful advice on diet. Wellings makes it clear in her introduction that the exercises in this book “are not designed to restructure the curve”. each of which is explained and accompanied by an illustration. and provides both parents and individuals with the knowledge they need to carry out the therapy themselves. The postures are designed to help children understand and use their bodies. teachers and carers of children with special needs see page 25. It offers basic strategies and practical tips for living with the condition. 33 for more on Yoga Curves.singing-dragon. rest. 2009 160pp 246 x 173mm ISBN: 9781848190252 PB £12.
bodywork Meet Your Body CORE Bodywork and Rolfing Tools to Release Bodymindcore Trauma Noah Karrasch Illustrated by Lovella Lindsey ‘This book gives an interesting understanding of the structure of the human body for a qigong practitioner.’ . This modern. You Are How You Move Experiential Chi Kung Ged Sumner Chi Kung is the best kept secret on the planet.com 21 .Ken Morgan. in whatever you are wearing. Completely accessible to those new to the field. accessible approach to Chi Kung by a highly experienced teacher integrates mind and body and shows you how to become sensitive to yourself. From this theory of structural integration. making a great difference to overall health and wellbeing.singing-dragon. Ged Sumner writes with rich insights into how to begin to think about your body and how to take the steps that will enable you to transform your practice. breathing techniques. Guiding the reader through the various hinges of the body. With consistent practice you can transform your health to a high level of vitality. from the big toe to the hip to the head.backlist . any time. and exploring the essential parts of the body most affected by Chi Kung. special walking methods and meditation. 2009 176pp 234 x 156mm ISBN: 9781848190146 PB £12. A free website shows video footage of the forms in the book for easy reference. healthy and balanced through opening and mobilising the body and joints. He takes the holistic view that we need to work with all our hinges. the book will also be transformative for more experienced practitioners. Karrasch has developed a focus on the inseparable connection between our minds and our bodies. slow movement exercises.99 BIC: VXH YXA MQT MXH • Massage therapists • Bodyworkers • Complementary and Alternative Medicine practitioners • General readers Noah’s therapeutic work is influenced by his background in Rolfing. It is a powerful way of becoming fit. the author shows how learning to isolate and stretch these hinges in new ways can lead to a happy bodymindcore.25 for more on Qigong www. providing many new ways of looking at ‘old’ elements of Chi Kung practice. our bodymindcore. Medical Qigong Education Centre 2009 184pp 216 x 138mm ISBN: 9781848190160 PB £12. not just the ones that are giving us a problem… I think that bodyworkers such as Rolfers and craniosacral therapists have a lot of insights to offer the qigong world. a hands-on manipulation of the body’s connective tissue designed to enhance posture and freedom of movement.99 BIC: VXH VFMG 170 photographs. 8 line drawings • Practitioners and students of Qigong • General readers see page 23 . It can be done anywhere. standing postures.
Explaining the ancient Yijing system of prediction based on the Xiang (symbolism) and Shu (numerology) knowledge of Bagua (the eight basic trigrams). and a way of life. Lineage holder Master Zhongxian Wu uses story-telling and a wealth of practical examples to introduce this powerful 24-movement Qigong form. It is a book to be savoured so relax.95 BIC: VFMG • Qigong and Taiji practitioners • Readers with an interest in Daoism.’ .’ -Tai Chi Finder Vital Breath of the Dao is a fully illustrated guide to the historical background. Vital Breath of the Dao Chinese Shamanic Tiger Qigong . a way of physical and spiritual cultivation. Classical Chinese medicine. His goal is admirable.8mm ISBN: 9781848190009 PB £16. author of The Way of Qigong and Taoism: Essential Teachings 2009 240pp 254 x 177.wisdom traditions Seeking the Spirit of The Book of Change 8 Days to Mastering a Shamanic Yijing (I Ching) Prediction System Master Zhongxian Wu Foreword by Daniel Reid ‘Master Wu’s book is really an invitation to spend a week with a practicing Taoist. Chinese philosophy and culture The Yijing (I Ching) or “Book of Change” is one of the oldest of the Chinese classic texts and has held a key place in the Daoist tradition for thousands of years.99 BIC: VXFA YQH • Students of the Yijing • Readers with an interest in Daoism. Let’s not be mere students of the Yijing but find that state of mind and unity with the Tao from which the Yijing was first produced. underlying principles and techniques of Qigong.backlist . Master Wu invites us into his tea room.Laohu Gong Master Zhongxian Wu Foreword by Chungliang Al Huang ‘ This is a beautifully presented book. which have not previously been written about outside China. this book makes the Yijing accessible to the Western world in a new and fuller way. He presents a traditional method of divination that relies on a balance of philosophy and intuition.8mm ISBN: 9781848190207 HB £17. 2008 256pp 254 x 177.Kenneth Cohen. Chinese Shamanic Tiger Qigong is a uniquely potent practice designed to bolster health and deepen spiritual connection to universal energy. The book is packed with information and pictures and is good value. and the martial arts. Just to look at the cover gives me enormous pleasure. Chinese philosophy and culture 22 www.com . practical application. take your time dip into it when you have the time and let the mind absorb what it needs. introduces us to the culture of tea and the practice of qigong. and as such it is a unique and refreshing addition to the literature of the Yijing.singing-dragon. Daoism. which combines the traditions of ancient shamanism. on numerology and wordless awareness. Confucianism.
day and hour have significance in true Chinese astrology. Master Wu has instructed thousands of students. Chinese astrology. and make choices that profoundly influence your health.ancient wisdom traditions The 12 Chinese Animals Create Harmony in your Daily Life through Ancient Chinese Wisdom Master Zhongxian Wu ‘Master Wu’s new book is most accessible to those who are interested in acquiring this ancient Chinese wisdom. Tiger and Tai (Balance). 1. Monkey and Pi (Break). martial and philosophical traditions serves him well in this very special. Chinese Astrology and 12 Animal Symbols. 8. 12. Ox and Lin (Deliver). 6.Chungliang Al Huang. founder-president of Living Tao Foundation and author of Embrace Tiger.singing-dragon. The Beginning: Finding Your Animals. Afterword: Living in Harmony. The Animals.99 BIC: VXFA VXFD 65 colour illustrations • Readers interested in horoscopes • Readers with an interest in Chinese wisdom traditions. allowing you to live up to your greatest potential. He synthesizes wisdom and experience for beginning and advancing practitioners. By fully understanding what each animal signifies. Master Zhongxian Wu explains how to find your power animal symbols. relationships. Pig and Kun (Flow). friends. Horse and Gou (Copulate). 12 Tidal Hexagrams. the wider community. handsomely produced little gem of a book. but also the month. and the Yijing. 2010 192pp 216 x 138mm ISBN: 9781848190313 HB £12. I highly recommend it!’ . Goat and Dun (Retreat). Master Zhongxian Wu is the lineage holder of four different schools of Qigong and martial arts. Numerological Meanings of 12. and the Cycle of Nature. Please visit www. I. Master Wu is the author of Seeking the Spirit of the Book of Change: 8 Days to Mastering a Shamanic Yijing (I Ching) Prediction System and Vital Breath of the Dao: Chinese Shamanic Tiger Qigong . this book will be an illuminating read for anyone interested in understanding themselves and their life patterns better. both Eastern and Western. Snake and Qian (Strengthen). Not just the year of birth. both also published by Singing Dragon. and with nature. Using the wisdom of the twelve animal symbols as a guide. 2. He was Director of the Shaanxi Province Association for Somatic Science and the Shaanxi Association for the Research of Daoist Nourishing Life Practices. Since 1988. 10. 4. you will learn how to better understand your personality. II. he shows that they can help you to find inner peace and live in harmony with family. and finances.masterwu. Dragon and Guai (Transform). 9.com 23 . as well as for patients seeking healing. 5. and how they relate to the major hexagrams of the Yijing. Rooster and Guan (Observe). and to living a life of harmony. III. 3. Dog and Bo (Peel). Making the wisdom of the twelve Chinese animals accessible to the Western reader for the first time in its relationship with the Yijing. Rat and Fu (Rebirth). His widely acknowledged lineage from various schools of Qigong. Contents: Acknowledgments. and how to learn from their wisdom. Eight Trigrams.backlist . Return to Mountain and The Chinese Book of Animal Powers The Chinese horoscope holds the key to a better understanding of self and others. in his unique and professionallydesigned courses and workshops.net for details about his teachings. career. philosophy and culture • Qigong practitioners www. Rabbit and DaZhuang (Prosper). 7.Laohu Gong. 11. Introduction: The Wisdom of 12.
Lu Yu Meets a True Tea Master.singing-dragon. 9. and emerged from a philosophy that honoured living a life of grace and gratitude. Types of Tea. anecdotes from the author’s own trips to China. and Wuji Qigong. Bibliography. balance and harmony. is a former president of the National Qigong Association. Contents: Introduction. Tea as a Way of Life Solala Towler In China. from its origins in the sacred mountains and temples of ancient China.com . and has led many tours to China to visit the sacred mountains and temples of Daoism. 12. and is the editor of The Empty Vessel: The Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice. characteristics and properties of 25 different tea varieties. This book will interest tea lovers. 5. The unique health benefits of tea are also explored. A Daoist Tea Ceremony. Tea Time. The Value of Worthlessness. Interspersed are a liberal helping of quotes from the great tea masters of the past. 15. To find out more about Solala’s work. 1. 8. 2010 176pp 234 x 156mm ISBN: 9781848190320 PB £12. The Uncarved Block. A Gong Fu Tea Ceremony. the Art of Doing Nothing. 16.abodetao. 17. Chinese culture and traditions • Tea lovers 24 www.backlist . 2. The Slippery Art of Wu Wei: Or. The Man Who Knew Too Much: A Tale of Tea and Enlightenment. Sources for Tea. Tea Mind/Zen Mind. and traditional tea stories from China and Japan. 11. A Brief History of Tea in China.what the ancient Chinese called Cha Dao. and a chapter is devoted to describing the history. Daoist and Zen thought and practice. The Health Benefits of Tea. A Few Last Words.com. including Soaring Crane Qigong. Just One Flower.99 BIC: HRKN • General readers with an interest in Daoist philosophy. About the Author. Making a Cup of Tea. visit his website at www.ancient wisdom traditions Cha Dao The Way of Tea. 13. 4. 6. the art and practice of drinking tea is about much more than merely soaking leaves in a cup of hot water. Essence Qigong. One Last Cup. The tradition is rooted in Daoism. and fulfilment and enjoyment . 14. Cha Dao: The Way of Tea. as well as those who want to learn more about tea culture. through its links to Daoist concepts such as Wu Wei or non-striving and the Value of Worthlessness. 7. 10. Cha Dao takes us on a fascinating journey through the Way of Tea. 3. to the affinity between Tea Mind and the Japanese spirit of Zen. and Asian history and culture. or the Way of Tea. Solala Towler is an instructor of Daoist meditation and of several styles of Qigong. He is the author of 12 books on Qigong and the Daoist arts. He has studied the Daoist arts for over 20 years.
Frances Gaik explains the basics of what Qigong is and why it is effective for depression.yoga and qigong The Healing Power of Mudras The Yoga of the Hands Rajendar Menen Covering everything from understanding the theories of Mudras to how to perform the exercises yourself. Encouraging the reader to identify their problems and take action. Dr. co-authored three books on AIDS and prostitution in South Asia and freelanced for the BBC. Illinois. and an undergraduate degree in Philosophy with a concentration on ethics. Based on the same principles as Traditional Chinese Medicine. UNFPA. 2009 192pp 234 x 156mm ISBN: 9781848190184 PB £12. a traditional Chinese practice. Qigong works by promoting the movement of health-giving energy along the meridians of the body. Frances Gaik gives practical advice that will help anyone with depression to improve their mental health. and shows the reader how to make use of Qigong to rise from the darkness of depression and regain strength and motivation in life. A holistic view of physical and spiritual healing is complemented by clear illustrations explaining exactly how to use Mudras to your benefit. can be an effective treatment for depression and can provide a good alternative or supplement to medication in some cases. family and friends www. 2010 112pp 216 x 138mm ISBN: 9781848190436 PB £8. Further sections look at how combining Mudras with positive colours. He has launched and edited magazines. The author shows how the practical application of Qigong can radically improve health and wellbeing.singing-dragon. New research shows that Qigong. foods. assigning specific positions to relevant conditions and covering a wide range of physical ailments and emotional conditions. and chapters explore everything from their use in dance and martial arts to diet and the practice of visualisation. and can be done anywhere at any time .backlist . Managing Depression with Qigong provides a guide to an effective and increasingly recognised form of treatment that will be invaluable to people with depression and their families.99 BIC: VXH WSTM 33 photographs and 2 line drawings • Qigong practitioners • Individuals with depression. She holds a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology. Rajendar Menen is an award-winning journalist who has written extensively on a number of complementary therapies.99 BIC: VFMG 57 black and white illustration • Yoga practitioners • Complementary and alternative medicine practitioners • Readers interested in personal development Managing Depression with Qigong Frances Gaik Many people will suffer from depression at some time in their lives. including Qigong exercises. this insightful and informative book is all you need to gain an in-depth understanding of a form of yoga that has already helped thousands of people.yet the effects are hugely beneficial. Frances Gaik PsyD is a licensed clinical professional counselor in private practice in the western suburbs of Chicago. thoughts and ambience can drastically improve your wellbeing. France 2 and a number of other international media organisations. and provides a treatment plan. It takes minutes to perform. Irish Education Society.com 25 .
This book and DVD are a readable and thorough guide to the practice of ba duan jin. and has a beneficial effect on the respiratory system.Tai Chi Finder Limited Based on the twelve traditional routines of Yi Jin Jing. monkeys and birds. heart. and is illustrated with photographs and key points. ‘The DVD is very professionally and beautifully done and is one of the best that I have seen. deer.05 + VAT ) BIC: VFMG Qigong is an aspect of traditional Chinese medicine that involves coordinating breathing patterns with physical postures to maintain health and well-being. It’s simple. fully-illustrated guide to a particular qigong exercise that imitates the movements of animals and birds. The authors also point out common mistakes and offer advice on how to correct these. Ba Duan Jin: Eight-Section Qigong Exercises is an accessible. the exercises covered in the book feature soft. thus helping to balance the energy and functions of the internal organs. balance and muscular strength. Liu Zi Jue Six Sounds Approach to Qigong Breathing Exercises Compiled by the Chinese Health Qigong Association 2008 80pp ISBN: 9781848190061 pb £12. which has been shown to improve the respiratory.qigong Wu Qin Xi Five-Animal Qigong Exercises Compiled by the Chinese Health Qigong Association 2008 112pp ISBN: 9781848190078 pb £12.98 (£11. a leading physician of the Eastern Han Dynasty whose inspiration came from the observation of tigers. gentle movements that are safe and easy to learn and are suitable for people of all ages and in all conditions of health. www.’ .Medical Qigong Education Centre Yi Jin Jing Tendon-Muscle Strengthening Qigong Exercises Compiled by the Chinese Health Qigong Association 2008 104pp ISBN: 9781848190085 pb £12.singing-dragon. even movements that invigorate the limbs and internal organs. cardiovascular and immune systems. I have practised several versions of ba duan jin and I particularly like this version. 26 Liu Zi Jue regulates and controls the rise and fall of Qi (vital energy) through the inhalation and exhalation of six sounds.05 + VAT ) BIC: VFMG Qigong is an aspect of Traditional Chinese Medicine that involves coordinating breathing patterns with physical postures to maintain health and well-being. bears. The practitioners demonstrating the forms are clearly very experienced and are excellent models to follow. The exercises feature slow.’ . Wu Qin Xi: Five-Animal Qigong Exercises is an accessible. The book explores the development of the five-animal exercises from the work of Hua Tua. aesthetic and very effective.backlist . practice of the Yi Jin Jing exercises improves flexibility.98 (£11. lungs and kidneys. spleen. The authors also point out common mistakes and offer advice on how to correct these. Each routine is described step-by-step. fully-illustrated guide to this particular qigong exercise. In particular. Each routine is described step-by-step and is illustrated with photographs and key points. extended. Each routine is described step-by-step.98 (£11.05 + VAT ) BIC: VFMG ‘The book provides a convenient source of information to refer to and very clear illustrations of the postures together with arrows showing the directions of the movements. The routine strengthens the liver. He came to the conclusion that wild creatures regularly performed certain exercises which can be replicated in order to build up the constitution and improve life skills.98 (£11. and is illustrated with photographs and key points. and has also been shown to have a calming effect and to alleviate stress.05 + VAT ) BIC: VFMG Ba Duan Jin Eight-Section Qigong Exercises Compiled by the Chinese Health Qigong Association 2008 64pp ISBN: 9781848190054 pb £12.com .
Gordon Faulkner is Principal Instructor at the Chanquanshu School of Daoist Arts.com 2010 128pp 234 x 156mm ISBN: 9781848190191 PB £12. and anxiety. with photographs and clear text.99 BIC: VXHT1 WSTM 163 black and white photographs • Qigong practitioners • Alternative therapists • Medical professionals Qigong for Multiple Sclerosis Finding Your Feet Again Nigel Mills This book has been written to help people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) improve their physical and psychological functioning using the Chinese system of movement and meditation known as Qigong.singing-dragon. and an approach designed to help people with MS overcome previous traumatic events. low energy levels.qigong Managing Stress with Qigong Gordon Faulkner Foreword by Carole Bridge This step-by-step guide to managing stress using Qigong begins by looking at our response to stress from both an Eastern and a Western perspective. regardless of their level of ability or experience of Qigong. decrease anxiety. He also explores the role of stress in triggering relapses in MS. to show how people with MS can improve their health and quality of life using Qigong. and restore energy. and reduce the likelihood of further relapses is included. and are suitable for anyone. followed by a series of gentler stress prevention exercises. manage stress. and other professionals working with clients who are affected by stress. tremor. It then presents a program of speciallydesigned stress relief exercises. Most of the participants reported specific improvements on many dimensions. alternative therapists. People with MS often experience impaired balance. many of which can be carried out either seated or standing. Qigong can be used to improve their day-to-day wellbeing. This practical book will help anyone who is prone to stress. and promote healthy breathing and relaxation.backlist . Qigong focuses on the important basic principles of balance. body alignment and energy flow without the need to learn the complex patterns of Tai Chi. Designed specifically to fit in around a busy lifestyle. difficulties in walking. www. and is cited by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence. The author provides easy-to-follow instructions for each of the steps. Many of the exercises can be done either seated or standing. and the postures and movements are explained with the aid of photographs. He is a Certified International Judge of Daoyin Yangsheng Gong and President of the Scotland and Wales Daoyin Yangsheng Gong Association. The author provides a step-by-step guide. the Qigong program set out in this book will help to reduce stress. The program described in this book was developed in a hospital setting and rigorously evaluated. He explains how to use Qigong to improve balance and walking. 2010 256pp 234 x 156mm ISBN: 9781848190351 PB £14. regardless of their level of ability. It will also be a useful resource for Taijiquan and Qigong instructors.99 BIC: MX MQS 22 photographs • Individuals with multiple sclerosis • Practitioners and teachers of Qigong • Occupational therapists • Complementary and alternative medicine practitioners 27 . closely related to Tai Chi.
He explains the background to Taijiquan. Pushing Hands develops sensitivity to the body’s internal state and can be used to help control the emotions. This accessible and comprehensive guide to Chen style Taijiquan is ideal for beginners and will also be useful to advanced practitioners wanting to deepen their practice. In this book. but it is also an independent practice in its own right. Illuminating the principles of body construction. This book teaches the reader how to act or react in harmony with any external event without losing their ‘balance’ or center. shares his expertise and insights. and explains the martial. Taking the reader through the thirteen principles of Pushing Hands and nine keys of movement which enable the proper flow of energy. He discusses the different Chen forms and the importance of each. health and spiritual aspects of traditional Chen Taijiquan. the author provides a thorough understanding of the various elements of Pushing Hands practice. Jan Silberstorff manages to convey the essence of Taijiquan in an easy to read format that would encapsulate and encourage practitioners at all levels. as well as the place of competition and the effect on participants. a leading Chen practitioner.tai chi Chen Living Taijiquan in the Classical Style Master Jan Silberstorff Translated by Michael Vorwerk ‘Master. 2009 128pp 190 x 215mm ISBN: 9781848190221 PB £14. Exercises for developing concentration and pushing hands techniques are clearly explained and illustrated throughout the book.backlist . He has undergone teaching with Daoist monks in China and has practiced with a variety of masters. enabling them to respond with confidence and flexibility to each situation.’ . and gives the reader a true insight into the Chen system. Master Silberstorff sets this within the historical context of Taijiquan in China. this accessible and practical guide to Pushing Hands explains the eight types of concentration and the six “efforts” required to master them. practitioners and students of Tai Chi 28 www. its country of origin.99 BIC: WSTM Fully illustrated • Teachers. well written. He currently teaches and practices Chen style Taiji Quan with Grandmaster Chen Xiaowang. lovely diagrams.The book also contains the complete sequences for both the empty hand and weapon forms. Oleg Tcherne is a practitioner of internal martial arts with over 25 years of experience.UK Tai Chi Ltd Chen style Taijiquan is the oldest of the five main Taijiquan styles. Excellent book that I would highly recommend. The main focus of Oleg’s practice is Daoist Alchemy. and its key principles.99 BIC: WSTM VFMG 50 b & w photographs • Taijiquan practitioners • Martial arts students • Readers interested in Chinese philosophy and culture Alchemy of Pushing Hands Oleg Tcherne The practice of Pushing Hands (Tui Shou) is generally thought of as a means of enhancing the practice of Taiji Quan. the circulation of energy and physical balance.singing-dragon. 2009 320pp 234 x 156mm ISBN: 9781848190214 PB £15. Master Jan Silberstorff.com .
explains the essential theories and strategies of Taijiquan and Qi Gong in an insightful and accessible way. Gilligan This book grew out of a question one of the author’s students asked. It expounds their value in our daily lives as a most effective means of combating the stresses. As he looks at the complex art of ‘Tai Chi’. the author answers questions such as why. A wide range of material is covered.Yoga (Mind Body Spirit) This book. strains and illnesses that are now so much a part of our modern lifestyle and positions these two disciplines as the most comprehensive strategies for health. answering questions that are beyond the scope of many classes. unlike in other martial arts. Happiness and Longevity Michael W. written for a Western audience. Qi Gong. Acton ‘The Traditional arts of Taijiquan and Qi Gong are sophisticated expressions of Chinese martial arts. study and teaching. as well as the relationship between body. Michael W. health and well-being or the fascinating philosophy and ideas that underpin these traditional Chinese disciplines. The answer proved to be longer than either teacher or student could have anticipated. health and well being or the fascinating philosophy and ideas that underpin these traditional Chinese disciplines. The book is useful to anyone already on this path or who is interested in self development. 2009 224pp 234 x 156mm ISBN: 9781848190245 PB £12. This book will be of use to anyone who is already on this path or who is interested in self-development. and the Cultivation of Health.backlist .singing-dragon. health and spiritual culture. such as what are the levels of self-defense in ‘Tai Chi’? How do I refine and develop my ‘Tai Chi’? What is the difference between method and technique? How do I put principles into practice? This insightful book covers all aspects of ‘Tai Chi’. The author also provides answers to questions that even experienced practitioners may not have thought to ask.99 BIC: VFM VFMG VFMG • Practitioners and students of Qigong • Practitioners and students of Taiji • Readers with an interest in Chinese philosophy. ‘Tai Chi’ has no gradings.99 BIC: WSTM 27 line drawings and 28 photographs • Practitioners and students of Tai Chi Eternal Spring Taijiquan. It will be of interest to anyone beginning ‘Tai Chi’ or Qi Gong. happiness and rejuvenation currently available. including fundamental points about the mechanics of movement and the ‘energetic’ aspects of practice. how hard you should try. culture and traditions www.’ . Acton guides the reader through core concepts with an insight and wisdom borne out of many years of practice. mind and spirit that emerges. as well as to more experienced practitioners at all levels. 2009 240pp 234 x 156mm ISBN: 9781848190030 PB £14.tai chi What is ‘Tai Chi’? Peter A.com 29 . and how to make the most of your teacher. This book explains the essential theories of these disciplines.
99 BIC: VFMG • Teachers. which will strengthen both the mind and body. coordination. practitioners and students of Tai Chi 30 www. exploring its roots in the Chinese philosophy of Taoism as well as elaborating on the evolution it has undergone over millennia. practitioners and students of Tai Chi Tai Chi Chuan and the Code of Life Revealing the Deeper Mysteries of China’s Ancient Art for Health and Harmony (Revised Edition) Graham Horwood ‘Horwood has produced a thoroughly interesting and comprehensive account on the various styles of Tai Chi expertly mixing theory. the Simplified 24-Step Tàijíquán. Tàijíquán is an easy-to-use. while for a more advanced practitioners the multi-level insights will enhance their understanding and practice. 2008 402pp 254 x 177.backlist . opening the gateway to the inner person.com . and a DVD is also included.singing-dragon. muscle strength and cardiovascular health. and the 32-Step Tàijí Sword. a numerical reference system for each exercise. For beginners.8mm ISBN: 9781848190047 PB £19. history and developments of the discipline with exercises that include the building. and archetypal principles from both Eastern and Western philosophy and medicine. experienced practitioners or anyone interested in learning about Tàijíquán. circulation and storage of chi. flexibility. fullyillustrated guide to the historical background. This enables the beginner or the experienced Tai Chi practitioner to improve their understanding of Tai Chi.99 BIC: VFMG • Teachers. 2008 224pp 254 x 177. he highlights parallels between its source. Tàijíquán describes five forms in which Tàijíquán is practised today: the 81-Step Tàijíquán. Each form is explained with instructive photographs. this book is an excellent introduction to a martial art that improves balance. this offers an excellent introduction of the theory and key practices of Tai Chin Chuan.’ -Yoga (Mind Body and Spirit) In Tai Chi Chuan and the Code of Life. Written by one of China’s most prominent teachers of Tàijíquán.8mm ISBN: 9781848190016 PB £13. practical application.tai chi Tàijíquán Deyin Li Tàijíquán is one of the most popular martial arts in China today. In order to understand the energetic method of Tai Chi Chuan and Chi Kung. An invaluable resource for thos interested in the discipline. The text and diagrams show the synergy between the different cultures. the Competition 42-Step Tàijíquán. and shows how they are all linked. making it an excellent resource for students of martial arts. It is practised both as a competitive sport and as an exercise to strengthen the mind and body. Graham Horwood describes the various styles of Tai Chi Chuan. the Competition 42-Step Tàijí Sword. the I Ching. underlying principles and techniques of Tàijíquán.
The first part of the book provides an exploration of the basic concepts underlying traditional Chinese martial arts and goes on to explain the philosophical principles of the eight Bagua trigrams and their relationship to Bagua Quan. which promotes the flow of energy that leads to greatly improved health. and the positions and transitions the practitioner is aiming for. but can be practised with significant physical and mental health benefit at any level. Many pages of photographs illustrate a programme of sequences. complex movements of Bagua require a lifetime to master fully. Master He explains the philosophy and techniques of Bagua Quan and provides the reader with an accessible approach to the practice of the art. including training methods such as wrist and elbow rotation.99 BIC: VFMG Fully illustrated • Teachers.com 31 . a tranquil and focused mind. strengthening and supporting the health of the body. strengthen bones and muscles. In this book. its place within the Chinese martial arts. and regulate the flow of energy in the body. A Secret Skill of the Palace He Jinghan Translated by David Alexander The beautiful.backlist . Master He. and the approach to life it nurtures. a fifth generation practitioner. practitioners and students of Bagua • Tai Chi practitioners • General readers with an interest in dance and movement www. introduces the ancient Daoist principles on which Bagua is based. Practitioners quickly report reduced stress levels and increased enjoyment of life. profession. and dojo library and reference collections. balance Yin and Yang. In this highly illustrated guide.singing-dragon. showing the beauty of the movements. 2008 160pp 254 x 177. Bagua Daoyin supports and trains the body and the mind to promote balance and harmony.8mm ISBN: 9781848190092 PB £14. and increased longevity.with external application. and fortify the mind.95 BIC: VFMG • Teachers. The external movements are echoed in the internal body. are to regulate Qi and blood.8mm ISBN: 9781848190153 PB £15.bagua Bagua Daoyin A Unique Branch of Daoist Learning. The book contains many exercises designed to improve stamina. practitioners and students of Bagua • Tai Chi practitioners • General readers with an interest in dance and movement Bagua Quan Foundation Training He Jinghan Translated by David Alexander ‘Bagua Quan: Foundation Training is very highly recommended and an invaluable addition to personal. as understood through the Traditional Chinese Medicine approach to the body.’ -The Midwest Book Review The ancient Chinese art of Bagua Quan combines internal cultivation the training of the mind . leg and palm techniques and stances. A comprehensive chapter on internal cultivation skills explains how Qi and Li (energy and force) can be integrated through changes in limb and trunk movements 2009 224pp 254 x 177. The key functions of Bagua Quan.
recovery and available treatments. By choosing more helpful narratives. spirit and soul into the heart of the supervision process but does so without becoming sanctimonious or precious. such as talking therapies. coaching. and that as professionals we can assist people to find their own ways. psychotherapy. The author explains how. and describe how and why they have managed to stay passionate about their chosen career. yoga and complementary therapies.’ . 32 ‘This is a hopeful book that offers a view that there is no one right way for people to deal depression. becoming their allies in recovery rather than experts who know best. demonstrating that supervision is essential and rewarding in a variety of professions. The contributors explain why supervision continues to be just as important as when they first started. many of whom have been supervising for over 20 years. We see this through the various heartfelt experiences and stories of the different helping professionals that Robin Shohet has brought together.com . Recovery from Depression Using the Narrative Approach A Guide for Doctors.99 BIC: JM MX MBPK Passionate Medicine Making the transition from conventional medicine to homeopathy Edited by Robin Shohet 2005 192pp ISBN: 9781843102984 pb £12. www.99 BIC: JKSN2 MMJT jKSN ‘This is a book that unashamedly brings love. This book is a thoughtful and illuminating consideration of the relationship between the medical profession and alternative therapies. author of Supervision in the Helping Professions Robin Shohet brings together supervisors from the fields of consultancy. people can take control of their condition. passion and the ability to create successful practitioner-patient relationships as central to the healing process. by selecting a variety of ‘narrative tools’. they can gain a greater insight into depression. youth work and homeopathy.99 BIC: VXHH MQTC Passionate Medicine is a compelling record of the journeys of five doctors and two veterinary surgeons from conventional medicine to homeopathy.of related interest from Jkp Of related interest from JKP Passionate Supervision Edited by Robin Shohet 2007 224pp ISBN: 9781843105565 pb £14. The book features numerous case examples to illustrate the different perspectives.Healthcare Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal Recovery from Depression Using the Narrative Approach explores people’s experiences of depression. and will prove compelling reading for all trainee and practising medical professionals. selfmanagement and long-term recovery. Their insightful autobiographical stories clearly demonstrate the cost of the ‘dehumanising’ principle to the medical profession and argue for a more holistic. as well as conventional medical approaches. caring model that regards self-knowledge. education. Complementary Therapists and Mental Health Professionals Damien Ridge 2008 208pp ISBN: 9781843105756 pb £18.’ .from the Foreword by Peter Hawkins.singing-dragon.
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Dion E. The. Alan. A. 2. 8 Betts. 11 Faulkner. Richard. 14 Gaik. G. 27 Quantum Soup. 26 Chung-yuan Chang. 14 Recovering from Depression Using the Narrative Approach. Deyin. Robin. 28 Towler. The. 17 McGrath. 22 Vital Healing. Henry. 32 Rubio. 34 Creativity and Daoism. Nancy. Lisa. 12 Tàijí Jiàn 32-Posture Sword Form. 5 Cha Dao. 6 Jinghan. 23 Acupuncture Therapeutics. 19 Alchemy of Pushing Hands. 7 Passionate Medicine. 26 Yoga for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Ann Woodriff. 33 Needling Techniques. 34 Case Studies from the Medical Records of Leading Chinese Acupuncture Experts. Stacey W. 25 Managing Stress with Qigong. 5. 20 Wu. 2 Cranial Intelligence..singing-dragon. 32 Secret of Everlasting Life. Tianjun. 25 Hidden Immortal Lineage Taiji Qigong. 17 Chinese Shamanic Cosmic Orbit Qigong. 1 Wan’s Clinical Application of Chinese Medicine. 28 Chinese Medical Qigong. 19 Mind/Body Techniques for Asperger’s Syndrome. Jane. 26 Yang Tàijí 24-Step Short Form. 33 Nicolle. 27 Mitchell. Giorgio. 19 Horwood. 21 Meditation and Movement. 30 Qigong for Multiple Sclerosis. 18. Master Zhongxian. 13 Bertschinger. 5. 29 Healing Power of Mudras. Julie.. 34 Cuomo. 29 Al Huang. 26 Bagua Daoyin. 10 Relating to Clients. 31 Bagua Quan Foundation Training. 24 Wellings. Steve. 21 www. Salala. 33 Bing. Noah. 32 Silberstoff. 14 Integrated Yoga. 27 Meet Your Body. Gordon. 4 Mills. 25 Micozzi. Return to Mountain. 21 Tcherne. 24 Chen. 20 Hongcai. Zhu. 18 Biochemical Imbalances in Disease. 30 Traditional Chinese Medicine Approaches to Cancer. Rena. Peter A. 22. 16 Tuina/ Massage Manipulations. Master Jan. Chris. The. Twists and Bends. Annette. 3 Sumner. 30 Jiangshan. 3 Tai Chi Chuan and the Code of Life. Damien. 15 Breath in Action. Jill. Frances. Oleg. Ged. 11 Tàijíquán. 33 Betts. 9. Lisa A. 1. 34 Meridians and Acupoints. 20 Willams.com 35 . 2 Insightful Body. 33 Drewe. 28 Asperger’s Syndrome and Mindfulness. Nicole.. 30 Liu. 29 Haines. Graham. Rajendar. 4 Ridge.. 7 Index of Title 12 Chinese Animals. 34 Repeti. 8 Curves. 16 McKay. 20 You are How You Move. 14 Mellish. The. 26 Managing Depression with Qigong. Michael W. Su.. 34 Herdman. 33 Yoga Therapy for Every Special Child. Rio. 8 Cook. 33 Liu Zi Jue. 30 Passionate Supervision.index Index of Author Acton. 13 Hayes. The. 20 Diagnostics of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 33 Ba Duan Jin. 12 Menen. 9 Essential Tai Ji. Wang. 32 Rosser. 28 Spillane. 21 Kurtz. 33 Vital Breath of the Dao. 13 Povey. Professor Chang. 15. 30 Tai Chi Imagery Workbook. He. 22 Six Healing Sounds with Lisa and Ted. 31 Karrasch. 33 Basic Theories of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 31 Basic Pathfinder Mind/Body Techniques for Asperger’s Syndrome. Sarah. 27 Fox. Martin. 15 Creative Arts in Dementia Care. 23 Xiaorong. 29 Wu Qin Xi. 33 Shohet. 10 Eternal Spring. Lorraine. 6 Understanding Controversial Therapies for Children with Autism and Attention Deficit Disorder. Li. 33 Li.. 34 Chinese Health Qigong Association. 10 Beirne. 25 Gilligan. 13 Body Intelligence. 11 Yi Jin Jing. The. Marc S. 4 What is ‘Tai Chi’?. 19 Boston. Nigel. 18.. 18 Embrace Tiger. 8 Seeking the Spirit of the Book of Change. and Other Learning Disabilities. Chungliang. James.
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