Singing Dragon is an imprint of Jessica Kingsley Publishers, an independent company committed to publishing accessible books that make a difference.
Singing Dragon publishes authoritative books on complementary and alternative health, Tai Chi, Qigong and ancient wisdom traditions for health, wellbeing, and professional and personal development.
Through the Singing Dragon imprint, Jessica Kingsley Publishers also publishes graphic novels across their subject areas, and books for children on issues such as bereavement, depression and anger.
A book for acupuncturists and healthcare professionals on the use of acupuncture for the major hospice and palliative care diagnoses, and for grief and loss. Includes Chinese perspectives on death and dying and evidence-based pain management approaches.
Advice, Meditation Scripts and Hasta Mudra for Yoga Teachers
For yoga teachers who want to add a meditation element to their classes, this collection of guided meditations is the perfect resource. It also includes tips on setting the scene for a truly relaxed environment, alongside advice for on how to create your own meditations that can be tailored to the needs of yoga students.
A Clinical Guide to Essential Oil Therapeutics. Applications and Profiles
A thorough guide to the most effective administration of essential oils based on their specific physiological, psychological, and medicinal functions. The essential oils index of volume one is complemented here with 40 new profiles, including more advanced oils and applications.
Principles, Diagnostics and Working with the Sinew Channels
Many Tui Na practitioners mistakenly work with the Primary channels rather than the Sinew channels, and many more know very little of the theory behind them. Aspell provides a thorough grounding in the Sinew channels, accompanied by diagnostics, hand techniques, prescriptions and protocols and an introduction to paediatric Tui Na.
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