Weixiang Wang, Guest professor of Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, China, Dean of Shenzhou Open University of TCM, Amsterdam
A well-executed and pragmatic therapeutic approach in the art of Tui Na. The Practice of Tui Na has placed great emphasis on the sinew channels (Jing Jin) which has been largely underestimated by many Tui Na therapists. This book broadens the clinical application of Tui Na especially for the treatment of mental and emotional disorders, as well as other diseases with clear treatment guidelines. A truly exceptional read.
Jason Smith, Senior Nei Gong Instructor of Lotus Nei Gong School of Daoist Arts
Rob Aspell clearly has a deep understanding of this subject area and a great writing style, as this has been one of the easiest books for me to pick up and work through. Having studied Tui Na over a number of years, I found this book most invaluable as it helped pull together my understanding of the principles and diagnostics into something that is usable and effective. The Practice of Tui Na is an incredibly detailed book on the subject of Tui Na, and it seems that both complete beginner and experienced practitioner of the practice would greatly benefit from reading it.
Dr Frank Butler, DACM co-author of Zheng Gu Tui Na: A Chinese Medical Massage Textbook
This work's unique perspective will be a valuable addition for anyone seeking to deepen their knowledge of Asian bodywork practices. The sections on 'listening (Ting)' and 'letting go (Song)' should be required reading for all students of Tui Na and Acupuncture