Tsubook is a mobile application with instant access to all the information you need to study or practice Shiatsu. It is both a reference book and a toolbox, built by Shiatsu therapists, for Shiatsu therapists. And it fits in your pocket!
Recommended by the Shiatsu Society UK, the SPS, the FFST, the APSE and more than 50 other organizations and schools: https://www.tsubook.net/en/partner-schools/
FREE CONTENT (see paid content below) 3D human body with 14 meridians: Lung Large Intestine Stomach Spleen Heart Small intestine Urinary Bladder Kidney Pericardium Triple Heater Gallbladder Liver Governing Vessel (Du Mai) Conception Vessel (Ren Mai) The 361 main points: Meridian and place (ex: ST6, LI12,...) 3D view and text for easy location
PAID CONTENT : 44.99 per device (currency and price may change depending on your country) ALL the features included in the free content, plus Bones, muscles and organs +6 extraordinary vessels More than 600 indications: Search bar to find indications easily For each indication: global 3D view and list of the most common points 11 point categories: Front (Mu, Bo) points Back (Shu, Yu) points 5 Shu points (with tonification and sedation) Xi-cleft (Accumulation) points Luo (Connecting, Junction) points 8 Master (Coupled, Confluent) points Yuan (Source) points Hui (Meeting) points Four Seas points Lower He Sea (Yin, Uniting) points Window of the sky points Advanced point details: Traditional Chinese Medicine properties Japanese, Chinese and English names Japanese and Chinese ideograms Categories of the point Most common indications associated with this point
*** The paid content is available to buy when using the free version ***
This app will be also useful to students and therapists of acupuncture, acupressure, Tui Na, digitopressure, digitopuncture, and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Thanks to Florence Legeay and Tamsin Grainger for the research work on the point details, to Olivier Vaillant and Ivan Bel for the point names in different languages (http://www.shiatsu-therapeutique.org/index.php/fr/2015/11/20/traductions-points-acupuncture-fr-en-jp-ch/) and to our fabulous translators: Jordan Chin, Katharina Bouchaar, Tamsin Grainger, Tamara Lunn, Amanda Priestley, Claudia Wnning, Isabelle Laroche.
Tsubook helps therapists of all styles of Shiatsu (Koho, Zen, Ohashi, Namikoshi, and more). If you cannot find relevant information for your Shiatsu modality, please tell us: http://www.tsubook.com/contact
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