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    • La médecine chinoise, nouvelle voie de santé en Occident 16,00

      Chinese medicine has an enormous supply in terms of prevention and healing. The Yin/Yang concept, the vital energy “Qi” and the importance of the meridians are detailed, crossing easterns and westerns views and showing their complementarity.

    • Dictionnaire de Médecine Energétique Chinoise NE 28,00

      This book regroups every terms of the Chinese Energetic, explains and details them from A to Z. It develops the major notions of energy in the Universe and in Man, invisible units : Qi, Yin and Yang, Five elements, human energetic system, energies and rotations…

    • Les ventouses en médecine énergétique chinoise 19,00

      Handy book for all, professionals and newbies. It restores processes we thought were outdated since antibiotics and painkillers : the use of the succion cup paired with some acupuncture protocols.

    • QI QONG 16,00

      Qi gong’s goal is to reinforce vital energy, to remove the tensions to aim for a perfect balance mind and body and to fortify the physiological functions to prevent and fight diseases. The person practicing have to adjust her movements, posture, her breathing and mental to find harmony in ernergetic circulation preserving and dynamising vitality

    • MEDECINE ENERGETIQUE CHINOISE : Notre vie quotidienne 101 questions-réponses 14,00

      In order to understand Universe through Energy Chinese Medicine and Theory of Five Elements, Ann Ducasse invites us to revisit our everyday life. Things and objects around us, what we are doing, what we eat, the way we feel, receive a particular form of energy, governed by universal energy laws. Setting 101 questions and answers on our daily life helps us to understand universal energy and interdependence of things and beings. An index in the last part of the book will help you to find the question or the answer you are looking for. Anne Ducasse lives in Dijon (France). She pratices and gives class on energy chinese medicine. She is the founder of the technique of massage which bears its name: bio-energy Manual Technique of Anne Ducasse ® (T.M.B.E.A.D ®). She has created a school which bears its name and she proposes several trainings in T.M.B.E.A.D ® and Chinese Energetics to paramedical, medical, and other manual therapists, to complete their background.

    • DICTIONNAIRE DE MEDECINE ENERGETIQUE CHINOISE 26,00

      This book is a complete dictionary from A to Z of essential terms of Chinese Energetics. Every concept is commented and developed with major notions of energy. In complements, are approached under their energy aspect the flavors and the food, the climates, the seasons, the months of the year, colors, current affections with their influences and impacts on balance of the human energy system and its health. In appendix, a directory of the Chinese astrological signs, classified by years of birth gives, signs by sign, the Constitution and the individual temperament. Specialized into Masso-kinésithérapy, Anne Ducasse exercised her job in Dijon (France), until 2006. She founded the technique called bio-energy Manual Technique (T.M.B.E.A.D ®) in order to transmit her knowledges to paramedical, medical, and other therapists, concerned by completing their trainings.

    • Le massage chinois Tui Na ou la main de soie 16,25

      Tui Na is the ancient art of Chinese massage that, for centuries, has been practiced to enhance health and well-being and which has become an integral part of traditional Chinese medicine. It includes the massaging of acupuncture points, but what is striking is the extensive variety of techniques that it comprises, each with its own deliberate and unique effect on the flow of vital energy in our body. The specific effect on this force constitutes in some way the ‘spirit’ of each technique. The thirty basic techniques – Yao (‘rotating’), Tui (‘pushing’), Qic (‘piano-playing’), Gun (‘rolling’), and many others – are described in this manual for both preventative as well as therapeutic protocols. Many illustrations and over 100 photos help the reader to better understand the process. Christophe Labigne he is a graduate of the European University of Chinese Traditional Medicine and has been practicing Tui Na massage since 1986. He lives in Montpellier, France.