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Tables of Contents for The Shiatsu Way to Health
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
What is Shiatsu?
9
2
Basic Techniques
11
10
Ways of Applying Pressure
12
3
Types of Pressure
15
2
Degree of Pressure
17
1
Basic Shiatsu Points
18
2
Before You Begin
20
1
A Few Cautions
20
1
Full - Body Shiatsu
21
36
Side of the Body
22
4
Back of the Body
26
10
Front of the Body
36
21
Increasing Vitality
57
9
Strengthening the Heart
57
2
Strengthening the Liver
59
1
Strengthening the Abdominal Organs
60
1
Kidney Ailments
61
2
Increasing Sexual Vitality
63
3
Relieving Stress and Fatigue
66
21
Mental Fatigue
66
1
Eyestrain
67
1
Stiff Shoulder
68
1
Lower Back Pain
69
3
Headache
72
1
Migraine
73
1
Hangover
74
1
Stomachache
75
1
Acid Indigestion
76
1
Heartburn
77
2
Drowsiness
79
1
Insomnia
80
1
Difficulty in Waking
81
2
Knee Pain
83
2
Tired Arms
85
1
Tired Feet and Calves
85
2
Treating Common Disorders
87
13
Ankle Sprain
87
2
Pulled Muscle
89
1
Cramps of the Calf Muscle
89
2
Stomach Cramp
91
1
Diarrhea
92
2
Constipation
94
2
Bursitis
96
1
Menstrual Pain
97
2
Preventing Prostrate Trouble
99
1
Improving Appearance
100
7
Skin Care
100
3
Slimming and Toning
103
4
Neck
103
1
Breasts
103
1
Waist
104
1
Abdomen
105
1
Hips
106
1
Legs
106
1
Shiatsu and Stretching
107
15
Face
107
1
Neck
108
2
Shoulders and Arms
110
4
Hands
114
1
Back
115
1
Legs and Feet
116
3
Chest
119
1
Abdomen
120
2
Shiatsu for Children
122
1
Coughing
123
1
Asthma
124
3
Nasal Congestion
127
1
Stomachache
128
2
Poor Appetite
130
1
Listlessness
131
2
Poor Eyesight
133
1
Motion Sickness
134
1
Oversensitivity
135
1
Bed-wetting
136
2
Thumb-sucking, Nail-biting
138