Yang Sheng: The art of Chinese Self Healing
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Lead a calmer and more balanced life with Yang Sheng
Yang Sheng may be the most important concept in Chinese medicine. It directly translates as ‘nourish life’ and is a self-healing system of simple treatments that puts you in the driving seat of your health.
In this book Katie Brindle, founder of The Hayo’u Method, will share with you the profound techniques to nurture your body, mind and spirit. From dull skin to anxiety and stress, you’ll discover new and effective habits to support your wellbeing in just a few minutes a day.
“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
The Sunday Times – April 2019
“This month, the Somerset-based alternative practitioner Katie Brindle releases Yang Sheng: The Art of Chinese Self-Healing (Hardie Grant £15). She describes yang sheng as the “self-care” arm of Chinese medicine: it combines everything from qigong, tapping and breathwork to mineral bathing and Gua Sha — an ancient massage technique that uses a small piece of jade.”
The Stylist – 2019
“This isn’t just a matter of a few passing trends. There are layers of history and philosophy to the holistic approach of TCM. Its ethos – that external beauty is connected with the internal mental and physical state of our bodies – has existed for thousands of years. “In the past, physical and mental health have been seen as separate issues,” explains Katie Brindle, […] whose book Yang Sheng: The Art Of Chinese Self-Healing is out this month.“ But Chinese medicine treats the mind and body as a whole and believes that one affects the other”