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    • ISBN:9780749959104
    • Publication date:27 Dec 2012

The Little Book of Energy Medicine

The secrets of enhancing your health and energy

By Donna Eden and Dondi Dahlin

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A fun, easy guide to the basic techniques of Energy Medicine - the natural way to feel happier, rejuvenated and energised.

Do you wish you had more energy to do the things you love? You can be in greater control of your health right now!

In The Little Book of Energy Medicine, Donna Eden provides simple, easy exercises to enhance the balance, flow and harmony of your body's energy system. This practical handbook is based on Donna's 35 years of experience teaching thousands of people natural techniques to instantly feel rejuvenated, happier, more alert and less anxious.

It couldn't be simpler. The exercises can be done at a moment's notice and are suitable for all ages. Put an end to stress, fatigue, mood swings, worry and anxiety, and start the day feeling greater joy and vitality with The Little Book of Energy Medicine.

Biographical Notes

Donna Eden has taught hundreds of self-empowering, alternative health workshops throughout the world that have been attended by more than 50,000 participants. Her bestselling alternative health book, Energy Medicine, has been translated into a dozen languages.

Dondi Dahlin, Donna's youngest daughter, was raised with Energy Medicine as part of everyday life. She is an actress and professional dancer who has performed in over twenty countries.

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  • ISBN: 9780749959098
  • Publication date: 27 Dec 2012
  • Page count: 96
  • Imprint: Piatkus
Illustrated with easy-to-follow photo guides . . . the exercises are all really easy to follow - even for novices like me — Zest
Do you wish you had more energy to do the things you love? Well, this little book could be the answer to your prayer! Put an end to stress, fatigue, mood swings, worry and anxiety, and start the day feeling greater joy and vitality with The Little Book of Energy Medicine — Cygnus
Donna Eden is a master of energy medicine and this wonderful little book is packed full of energy routines which will help re-balance your body's energy system. If you have never experienced energy medicine before I highly recommend starting here. The writing is friendly, welcoming and easy to understand. Another wonderful book from Donna Eden. — Kimberly Willis, author of Diet Coach: All the advice you need to succeed at weight loss
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