Yang Sheng: The Art of Chinese Self Healing Book
The concept of self-care is, in fact, thousands of years old. This buzzword is rooted in a 2,500-year old Chinese philosophy. ‘Yang Sheng’ means to nourish life – fostering your own health and wellbeing by nurturing the body, mind and spirit.
In this Amazon bestseller from Hayo’u Founder Katie Brindle, discover how this ancient self-healing system can support your wellbeing in just minutes a day. From menopause to fertility, gut health, dull skin and more, learn how to harness this powerful natural healing system to improve every aspect of your life.
For anyone who is stressed, unwell or who feel like they’ve tried everything, this is the book for you. Our bodies are designed to self-heal and Yang Sheng knows the mechanics of how to activate this.
“My aim with this book is to translate an ancient and powerful philosophy into simple and clear daily rituals. I want you to discover how Chinese medicine does not need to be complicated or mysterious. It’s something you can do yourself, with just small changes that can be breathtakingly effective.” – Katie Brindle
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Can I combine it with other treatments?
Yes! But always consult a doctor as everyone has very individual and sometimes complex health issues. Chinese medicine often works hand in hand with Western medicine and complements the healing process.
How do I make sure I'm using my gua sha tools correctly, without causing damage to my skin?
Please be reassured, it’s very difficult to damage your skin with this time-old technique. Before you try gua sha for the first time, read the instruction leaflet inside the packaging and watch the short video on the product page of this site. Go easy to start with and watch how your skin responds before continuing. Please note, gua sha should not be performed over broken skin, varicose veins, moles, cuts or bruises.