Healing with the Chakra Energy System: Acupressure, Bodywork, and Reflexology for Total Health

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North Atlantic Books, 2006 - 305 pages
Written in accessible language for bodyworkers and hands-on therapists, Healing with the Chakra Energy System describes the use of very simple nonsuppressive and nonsymptomatic techniques in which the cause of the disease process may be halted and disharmony within the body may be changed into harmony. Each chapter contains case histories and descriptions of how to treat many conditions, including muscular, joint, spinal, organic, and emotional. Based on the author's decades of clinical and teaching experience, this book represents a fresh approach to healing by tapping chakra energy.

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About the author (2006)

John Cross, FCSP, Dr. Ac., has been practicing traditional and complementary medicine since 1970, and has remained at the forefront of his profession in both the clinical and teaching fields. In 2005, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy honored him with a Fellowship of the Society for his work integrating complementary therapy approaches--acupuncture, acupressure, reflexology, craniosacral therapy, homeopathy, and bodywork, among others--into mainstream physical therapy. Cross is the author of two previous book on acupressure. He currently resides on the Isle of Skye, Scotland, where he teaches workshops and seminars, and runs an advisory service for practitioners through his website, www.johncrossclinics.com.

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