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Complete Yoga Aromatherapy Tai Chi and…

Complete Yoga Aromatherapy Tai Chi and Massage (edition 2002)

by Carole; Reed McGilvery, Jimi; MacDonnell, Michele; Tucker, Paul; Evans, Mark; Hudson, John

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A step-by-step guide to spiritual and physical well-being. Sections on yoga, aromatherapy, tai chi and massage.
Title:Complete Yoga Aromatherapy Tai Chi and Massage
Authors:Carole; Reed McGilvery, Jimi; MacDonnell, Michele; Tucker, Paul; Evans, Mark; Hudson, John
Info:Barnes & Noble Books (2002), Hardcover
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Complete Yoga, Aromatherapy, Tai Chi, and Massage by Carole McGilvery


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Complete Yoga, Aromatherapy, Tai Chi and Massage-A Step-by-Step Gide to Spiritual and Physical Well-Being

This practical guide to natural, health-promoting techniques brings together the very best therapies for well-being, vitality and relaxation.

Yoga: Improve your suppleness and flexibility with these timeless postures and exercises, designed to suit all ages and level of fitness.

Aomatherapy: Use the wonderful power of fragrance to revitalize or relax the body and to uplift the spirits, with a comprehensive guide to essential oils and how to use them.

Tai chi: Use the gently flowing movements of this beautiful discipline to achieve new vitality and self awareness.

Massage: Tone the body and soothe aching joints with classic techniques, including self-massage, sensual massage, and solutions for common ailments.

Other health therapies featured include shiatsu, Alexander technique, reflexology and meditation.


1 Aromatherapy
An ancient art
Using essential oils
Blending and storing
Oils for common problems
the essential massage
Pregnancy tratments
Beauty basics
The aromatic bath
In the realm of the senses
Ambient aromas
The stress factor
2 Shiatsu
Simple shiatsu session
3 Massage
The human touch
The basic techniques
Whole-body massage
Self massage
Massage adn exercise
Baby massage
Massage for older people
The sensual touch
Instant massage
4 Reflexology
Basic reflexology techniques
5 Alexander technique
Putting the Alexander technique into practice
6 T'ai chi
Warm-up exercises
Yang-style short form
7 Yoga stretches
Warm-up exercises
Therapeutic movements
8 Meditation
How to use meditation
Useful addressees
Further reading (bibliography)
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Hudson, Johnmain authorall editionsconfirmed
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