Published by Singing Dragon
Paperback: £15.99 / $24.95
2012, 246mm x 173mm / 10in x 7in, 204pp
ISBN: 978-1-84819-088-7, BIC 2: WSTM VFMG VFJD
'This book is the first one that I am aware of, at least, that teaches these important and oh so helpful practices from a seated position. There are many people who, because of various infirmities, cannot do the standing practices but there is really lots that can be done from a chair.... So I am happy to see this very valuable book come out. If you are in a chair yourself or know someone who is interested in qi practice who is confined to a chair get them this book!'
- The Empty Vessel
'A welcome addition to the sadly neglected area of exercises for the less physically able.'
- Gordon Faulkner, author of the award winning Managing Stress With Qigong
'Seated Taiji and Qigong reveals the secret of health, happiness and peace. The explanation of energy flow throughout the body is straightforward. By starting an effortless daily routine that combines deep breathing and simple movements, we promote our balance and energy flow. Herein, lays an invaluable tool for the mental health professional offering a free, sustainable source of energy, an avenue for self-care, and a therapeutic resource aiding clients in easing their stress while motivating and energizing them.'
- Wanda S. Diekhans, MPC, LCPC, Good Grief Counseling, Great Falls, Montana
'How can we really help clients live in their demanding worlds while gaining a healthier, more joyful perspective for their bodies and minds? I am confident that this book will provide many of the answers for health professionals. Through modified Taiji and Qigong methods, reducing stress is now simpler and easier to understand.'
- From the foreword by Michelle Maloney Vallie, LCPC, LAC, PhD, Outpatient Therapist, Montana
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