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Attune Your Body With Dao-In

 

By Hua-Ching Ni. 6" x 9", 118 pages, paperback. Dao-In (Energy Conducting) is an ancient system of gentle movement and meditative postures that nurture and invigorate personal energy and attunes it to the universal vitality. Part of the Taoist Immortal cultivation and medical system. Over 85 photos, and meticulous instruction. These gentle movements can be done by almost anyone, from beginner to the serious student looking for the foundation of health.

 

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Attune Your Body With Dao-In  Hua-Ching Ni

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