Moxa in Motion and Hirata Zone Therapy are self-published through the Sayoshi Books imprint. Oran’s previous publishing work includes translation and editing of several other TCM books.

Bernard Auteroche
Translated by Oran Kivity

Replete with careful drawings and step-by-step guidelines, this text has great utility as a model for proper use of equipment and mastering manipulative technique. Exhaustive coverage of needling techniques includes a description of the tools of the trade, exercises to strengthen the hands and fingers, needle insertion and manipulation techniques, description of moxibustion techniques with indications and contraindications, other manual and cupping techniques, and qigong exercises and training designed to strengthen the qi and sharpen sensitivity.

Zhang Dengbu
Edited by Oran Kivity

The Chinese authors have collated a wide range of difficult and complex cases and the treatments used to remedy them. This is an invaluable source book for the Western practitioner who does not have the opportunity to learn at first hand from Chinese experience. Each case history is analysed in detail and the method of treatment, and its criteria for selection explained. The book concentrates on more difficult cases because this is where the experience of others has most to teach. The contents list below details the various regions and conditions covered in the book.

Cheng Ping
English language editor: Oran Kivity

Tuina or Chinese Therapeutic Massage has made a major contribution over thousands of years to the health of the people of China and neighboring countries. It is an important component of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
As a manual therapy, Tuina is easy to perform, convenient, inexpensive, safe and effective, so it has become more and more popular not only with medical practitioners, but with the patients themselves, both in and out of China.
The seventh volume of this series focuses on practical applications of Tuina therapy. It is a broad introduction to the art of Tuina. It gives -amongst others- a general overview of Tuina including its theory, characteristics, indications, contradictions and the locations and indications of commonly used points.


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