Self-massage, as its name suggests, is the execution of massage on one's own body using simple finger techniques for the purpose of preventing and curing diseases, keeping fit and prolonging life.
Self-massage is one of the earliest means of preventive and curative health care known to people. When one were injured or when internal disease has manifested in some form on the outside of the body, he or she instinctively rub or touch the affected area to relieve pain. Such subconscious behavior has become a way of treating diseases and an effective measure to prevent and control diseases.
林北生，Professor of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine.
Deputy General-Secretary of Research Society of Traditional Ethnic Sports of Institutions of Traditional Chinese Medicine Vice Chairman of the Beijing Wushu Association.An international referee of martial arts（Grade A） .
TCM Healthcare Self-Massage
Benefits of healthcare massage
Self-massage for the arms
Chest and abdomen massage
Sides and back massage
Self-massage for the legs
Self-massage for cosmetic purposes
Massage for weight loss
Self- Tuina for Common Injuries and Ailments
Basic principles of self-tuina for common injuries and ailments
Ailments that can benefit from self-tuina
Self-tuina is not recommended for people with
Application of self-tuina for common ailments
Acupoints on the head and face and their therapeutic properties
Acupoints in the upper limbs and their therapeutic properties
Acupoints at the chest and abdomen and their therapeutic properties
Acupoints on the backand atlumber region and theirtherapeutic properties
Acupoints in the lower limbs and their therapeutic properties
Ear reflection zones
Foot reflection zones
Herausgeber: Verlag für fremdsprachige Literatur
Autor: Lin Beisheng
Taschenbuch: 97 Seiten
Abmessungen: 15.4 x 22.2 cm
Originaler chinesischer Titel: 十分钟学会 中医自我按摩（英文版）