Last Update: August 2020
Length: 121 pages
Formats: pdf, epub, mobi
Readability: device support
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Price: US$ 4 or more if you want.
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What is this eBook about?
The theoretical foundation of Thai Traditional Massage is based on the concept of Pranic Energy Lines running through the human body. Ten (10) of these lines have special importance in Thai Massage: the so-called “Ten Sen” or Sib Sen.
In this thorough and comprehensive eBook we explore the Sib Sen Energy Lines, covering the concepts, theory, history and origins, disparate perspectives and approaches, correlations with other important Thai Traditional Medicine concepts, Sen Line practice and Sen Line therapy.
Additionally, we’ve added detail charts (maps) of the Sib Sen Energy Line trajectories including their various extensions and branches.
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