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Menstrual & Gynecological Issues: A Healthy Lifestyle Defines your Happy Cycles

If you have any menstrual or gynecological issues, try these recommendations to see improvement.

1. You are what you eat

a. Whole grain: wheat, brown rice, oats, quinoa Vit.E & Zinc, Magnesium, Vit.B6
   Whole grain: rice, barley, corn, rye, millet, buckwheat, oats, amaranth Vit.B12

b. Vegetables:

* Cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, sprout, spinach, carrot, parsley Vit.E
* Turnip greens, watercress, kale, Chinese cabbage, okra Calcium, Vit.B12
* Green vegetables Folic Acid, Provitamin A
* Deep yellow vegetables: carrots, pepper corn Provitamin A, Vit.B12

c. Nuts & seeds: almonds, hazelnuts, sunflower, sesame seeds, hazel nuts, Brazilian nuts, pistachio Vit.E, Vit.B12,  Zinc, Magnesium, Vit.B12

d. Fishes: Salmon, tuna, sardine, eel, trout, mackerel, anchovy, butterfish Omega 3 Fatty Acid
Fishes: Tuna, Sardine, mackerel, anchovy, abalone, bass, cod, herring Vit.B12
Shellfish: Oyster Zinc

e. Seaweeds: wakame, hijiki, kunbu,kelp, arame, mekabu Magnesium, Calcium, Zinc

f. Legumes: Azuki, soybeans, mung, black, lima beans Magnesium, Vit.B 12

g. Soup Calcium
1. Bone marrow (Fish, meat, chicken)
2. Grain & Green (barley & kale)
3. Beans & seaweeds (azuki & hijiki)

h. Ferments: Tempeh, miso, yogurt, tofu, soy source Vit.B12

i. Algae: Micro-algae spirulina, chlorella, wild blue-green Vit.B12

j. Dairy: Cheese, cottage chees, butter, yogurt, milk  Vit.B12

k. Meat & egg: Chicken liver, beef liver, beef kidney, beef heart, grass fed meat, fowl, egg  Vit.B12

l. Fatty acid: primrose oil, black currant oil, borage oil, spirulina Gamma-linolenic acid

m. Herbs and seasonings: Dill, marjoram, ginger (for warming), honey, dang gui root tea, and formula (Dang Gui Shao Yan San, Si Wu Tang, Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan, Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang, Tao He Cheng Qi Tang, and many more formulas)

If you have heat symptoms like early, heavy bright red or dark red menses with dark purple clots, painful and expanded breasts, dark scanty urine, thirst, or desire for cold drinks, eat more of the following: spinach, letters, celery, chard, kale, collard greens parsley, carrots, mung beans, tofu, millet and spirulina.  

If you have cold symptoms like scanty purplish-black menses, abundant clear urine, and are attracted to warm drinks and foods the following foods would be beneficial: more oats, sweet rices, black peppercorn, dill, caraway, basil, black beans, and butter. A small amount of dairy and animal meat is necessary. Limit cold temperature food, fruits and raw food.

Things to avoid: smoking environnment, coffee, refined sugar, oral contraceptives, and IUD’s                                     

2. You are what you digest:  Daily Abdominal Massage. Please refer to my Self-Ampuku. (Here is a sample: https://youtu.be/bWP6_WgdQ1s)

3. You are your actions – Get the qi & blood moving: Pelvic floor exercises, Qigong, yoga, daoyin, kapu-masatsu (scrubbing skin with a dry towel over meridians and lymphatic circulation)

4. You are how you relate to the universe: sunbathing, forest bathing, ocean bathing, hot-spring mineral bathing

5. You are what you believe: Faith healing, growing pains are inevitable, suffering is optional, transform pain through my guided meditation. Resilient determination, hope with conviction, greater self. Please refer to my Transssage – self-hypnotic, guided, abdominal breathing meditation. (Here is a sample: https://youtu.be/QmXufR8iM-Y)

References:

Pitchford, Paul. Healing with Whole Foods : Asian Traditions and Modern Nutrition. 3rd ed., Berkeley, Calif. North Atlantic Books, 2009.* 

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Have you always been interested in learning about pressure points and meridian lines or do you want to brush up on your Shiatsu-Anma? Join us for this uniqe opportunity to learn from a Grandmaster and second generation Shiatsu-Anma therapist, shiatsu pioneer in the U.S. and in the field for more than 50 years!

Kaneko Shiatsu Anma therapy is an effective combination of kneading and pressure therapy using meridian lines and acupuncture points. Shiatsu, which means  finger pressure, came from Japan over 100 years ago. Anma, which is “pressure soothing” and in practice includes kneading, came from China a few thousand years ago. Meridian lines are energy channels that circulate qi and blood throughout the body. Pressure points, or tsubo, in Japanese are line tuning points that assess energy flow, and will tell you whether energy is flowing or blocked, as well as in excess or deficiency. When there is a blockage of energy flow it can lead to health imbalances. In releasing blockages you regulate the body’s metabolism and homeostasis which benefit the tissue and cells. The benefit of Kaneko Shiatsu Anma is that it treats the person as a whole, integrating body, mind and spirit. It provides therapy for chronic, degenerative, and constitutional conditions, as well as stress management, anti-aging and immune boosting purposes. Treatments also are provided at the local areas for pain conditions. 

We are offering a 7 class series that will be held on the every other Saturday starting on July 23, 2022. Kaneko Shiatsu Anma is beneficial for professionals and laymen alike. This series of classes will cover Dr. Kaneko’s DoAnn Long Form, a way to balance the whole body in a one hour treatment session. Each class will cover different parts of the body in order. There will be a review from the previous classes as each area is covered and at the end participants will understand the entire form.  

Grandmaster Dr. DoAnn Kaneko and Alan Saruwatari, a former graduate Dr. Kaneko’s Shiatsu Massage School of California will be teaching these classes. Dr. Kaneko has taught thousands of students since the founding of his former school and healed a variety of ailments with this powerful therapy.

Join us and learn from his expertise these unique healing methods to benefit you clients, family, friends and yourself. Kaneko Shiatsu Anma  has proven to be a powerful therapy that can compliment and enhance many other healing modalities.

Hybrid Class: In-person and through Zoom.
Students will receive a Zoom link 1 week before class when we confirm everyone’s attendance.
DATE: July 23, Aug 6, Aug 20, Sept 3, Sept 17, Oct 1, Oct 15– Oct 9, (every other Saturday).
TIME: 9am-5pm, (Lunch 12-1pm), Pacific Standard Time
PLACE: Kaizen Dojo Martial Arts & Self Defense, 1824 W 182nd St, Torrance, CA 90504
EARLY BIRD: Until July 11, $435 ($15 off)
COST: Package $450, Individual classes $80
REGISTRATION: Go here to register.