The Dance of Life

Kapke, Barry
December 2002
Massage & Bodywork;Dec/Jan2003, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p126
Focuses on the theory of the Five Elements. Cyclical movement of nature and life; Dynamic understanding of emotional-spiritual energies; Transformation of the energy into body-mind relaxation.


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