Amma Therapy: A Complete Textbook of Oriental Bodywork and Medical Principles

Tina Sohn (Author) Robert C Sohn (Author)
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Description

The word Amma, which means "push-pull" in Chinese, was applied to a form of Oriental massage dating back five thousand years to the period of the Yellow Emperor. Founded and developed by Korean-born Tina Sohn, Amma Therapy is a highly refined and complex system of bodywork whose techniques and treatment strategies combine the use of traditional Oriental medical principles and a Western approach to organ dysfunction. It utilizes a variety of techniques, sometimes paralleling those found in major forms of therapeutic massage, as well as powerful new points discovered by Tina Sohn.

- This revised and enlarged edition now serves as a textbook for bodyworkers.

- Accompanied by extensive illustrations and twenty detailed treatments for a variety of common medical conditions, this teaching guide explains and demonstrates the proper execution of Amma Therapy techniques applied directly to the physical body.

- Includes nutritional and exercise recommendations providing a remarkably holistic guide for practitioners and students in all fields of bodywork.

Product Details

Price
$50.00  $46.00
Publisher
Healing Arts Press
Publish Date
January 01, 1997
Pages
448
Dimensions
8.68 X 1.28 X 11.14 inches | 2.99 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780892814886
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About the Author

Born into one of the eight hundred traditional ruling families of Korea, Tina Sohn comes from a line of Oriental physicians and masters of the martial arts. Legendary for her intuitive ability to sense and cure disease, she has been instructing others in the healing arts for over twenty-five years. Robert Sohn has used his life's studies in Eastern and Western philosophies and medicine to help engineer the development of the wholistic health movement in America. He is founder and former president of the American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and in 1986 was awarded the honor of Acupuncturist of the year. In 1976 Robert and Tina Sohn founded the Wholistic Health Center in Manhasset, New York, one of the largest wholistic health centers in the United States. In 1981 they founded the New Center for Wholistic Health Education and Research, now a state-accredited college of wholistic medicine. Located in Syosset, New York, the New Center College serves as a model for wholistic health care and a school for future generations of wholistic practitioners.