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Publicado el 13/02/2016 en Sin categoría

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There are less than two months until our next Course of “Digitopuntura en silla”, which starts on the 2 / 3 April.

In You- tube we have a video showing extracts from our last chair course. In addition, you can read some commentaries from students who have attended previous courses with us. You can also read our blog articles explaining the characteristics and advantages of chair massage.

If you want, send us an e-mail, or give us a ring on 91-636-81-28, for more information. We will be happy to answer all your questions.


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A sweet broth

Publicado el 11/02/2016 en Sin categoría

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Sometime ago a Shiatsu friend recommended a recipe for headaches which worked well for me. Here it is:

You need four “round” vegetables: Onion, carrot, pumpkin and cabbage.

Cut the onion in large pieces, two or three carrots also in pieces, a section of pumpkin and one of cabbage. Put them into a pot, cover with water and on a low heat let it simmer for about 45 minutes.

Leave the broth to stand for several minutes and then drink it either hot or warm or you can drink it throughout the day. You can discard the vegetables or use them in a soup or stew. The major parts of the nutrients are in the broth but the vegetables contain fibre.

Sweetness is the taste that corresponds to the element Earth in Chinese Medicine. In us humans the, Earth element corresponds to our stability and is related with the digestive system and our capacity to assimilate at various levels. Headaches can be related to nervousness and agitation, a state of worry and preoccupation. If we help our bodies to calm down by providing them with foods that correspond to the Earth element taste it can help the person regain their equilibrium.

Many Chinese doctors today suggest food as a cure before advising prescribed drugs.

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