Tung's acupuncture
Steven

Belgrade, Serbia

#1 Oct 28, 2007
Great Tung's Acupuncture source:

1. Tung's Acupuncture - Dr. Young is the author of more than 30 books on various aspects of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Besides lecturing and treating patients, he continues to write and research. Currently he is working on making his most popular works available in English. This English version of "Tung's Acupuncture" is the English translation of Dr. Young's Chinese version, which has been published in more than 20 editions and is the most widely circulated book regarding Master Tung's Acupuncture. For the purpose of better serving the needs of English readers, the contents have been extended with more details. The book covers point locations, needling techniques, and treatments in detail, as well as comprehensive theoretical principles of Tung's Acupuncture. It is believed to be the most practical book in Tung's Acupuncture currently available. It will help the reader to learn Tung's Acupuncture with ease and apply the principles in practice.

2. Illustrated Tung's Acupuncture Points
This book contains more than 200 color photos of point locations, as well as a limited listing of indications. Dr. Young created this map to make it easier for the reader to correctly locate Tung’s points. Each point is identified individually and also in relation to additional Tung points.

3. The best of Master Tung's Magic Points
Watch Susan Johnson demonstrate Master Tung's Magic Points. This 2-DVD set features close-up digital footage of more than 30 different point patterns, in over three hours of edited highlights from Susan’s courses. An excellent choice for those who cannot attend the classes, this DVD along with the book, Tung’s Acupuncture, will get you started in good form. For those who have already studied with Susan, this film offers a priceless opportunity to hone your skills and refine your point selection.

http://www.tungspoints.com/booksDvd.php

I hope this link will be helpfuly like it was for me.

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