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Two Dragons of Dim Mak
Add to cart. The Two Dragons of Dim Mak is a unique new textbook that reveals how the dim mak pressure points in martial arts can also be used to heal illness and to save lives. This is the first book that offers an insight into authentic Shaolin dim mak pressure by showing how points can be used for martial arts and for healing. While other titles focus on the fighting or martial aspects of pressure points, they also offer unreliable material with many errors. The new book also contains a valuable index for easy reference as well as an entire section on healing. The remedies for self-healing section provides a catalogue of points, massage and acupressure techniques that can relieve many ailments.
The Two Dragons Of Dim Mak: Pressure Point Techniques For Healing & Martial Arts