Tao Eating, Zen Digesting: Pillar Five

Food is one of the fountains of life. In order to serve as a useful guide for those who wish to return to consuming real food, this book details 150 food items with respect to their thermal nature (natural energy), nutritional value, therapeutic indications, contraindications, and medicinal applications. Included are also 28 simple recipes which are easy to make and delicious to eat. More

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About Sensei Yula

Sensei Yula has been practicing and teaching yoga, martial arts and healing arts for over 36 years. In the late eighties, he founded Centre for the Ways in Richmond Hill, Ontario. Prior to that, he ran a successful business in Halifax, Nova Scotia that included a health food cafe, several health food retail outlets and martial arts classes.

As an acupuncturist and traditional Chinese medicine practitioner, he successfully treats people with conditions including heart disease, digestive problems, lower back aches, headaches, insomnia, mental disorders, gynaecological problems, infertility, and many others.

From this experience as well as his training in Shiatsu, he has developed a system called Zen Kiatsu-Tao TCM. It is very relaxing and effective for the prevention and cure of many disorders.

After decades of practicing and teaching Karate-Do, yoga and Yang style Tai-Chi, he founded the Zenki-Do System of Martial Art, a Yang-Yu style of Tai Chi called Tai Chi Chuan-Tao, and Chi Kung-Yoga Energetics.

To share this experience, he has co-authored The Eight Pillars of the Heaven (Volume One, 2010; Volume Two, 2013) as well as Chi Kung-Yoga Energetics for Health: A Manual for Daily Practice (2012). He is currently working on books related to his repertoire of experience in healing and martial arts.

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