Do-In

Do-In
A system of self-massage promoted most recently by Michio Kushi. More than 5,000 years ago, Chinese Taoist monks observed that it was instinctive for a person to touch or hold an injured or painful body part, a form of self-healing. They developed a system called Tao-Yinn, Tao meaning “the way” and Yinn meaning “a gentle approach”. Today it is called Do-In and is used to sustain overall health as well as treat specific physical problems.

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