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

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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 ...more
Hardcover, 448 pages
Published January 1st 1997 by Healing Arts Press
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