In Facing East, Dr. Jingduan Yang, a fifth-generation practitioner of Chinese medicine and a respected authority in integrative medicine, joins forces with style icon and wellness advocate Norma Kamali to reveal the ancient healing secrets, adapted for the modern age, that will help preserve, maintain, and restore vitality, health, and beauty in all its forms.
Style icon Norma Kamali, having felt deeply and noticeably rested and rejuvenated by Dr. Jingduan Yang’s unique acupuncture treatments, encouraged her remarkable physician to share his mastery of both traditional Chinese and Modern medicines with the world. The result is Facing East, a book filled with practical day-to-day health, beauty, wellness and lifestyle practices that can radically enhance the way you look, feel, and interact with everything and everyone around you!
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How your favorite colors affect your mood, digestion, and appearance
Your relationship to color, and why you’re drawn to deep turquoise blue or brilliant yellow or your signature red lipstick, plays a mega role in this. “Chinese medicine teaches that various colors reflect the energies of light that correlate with different human organs, supporting the organs’ function,” explains Dr. Yang. “The color red stimulates the energy of the heart, which helps facilitates blood circulation and improve facial complexion,” amping up those (good) nerves and giving your face a glow, he says.READ MORE
Chinese Health and Beauty Secrets Brought to Light in East West Collaboration
Classical Chinese doctor Jingduan Yang and fashion designer Norma Kamali co-authors of new book By Kati Vereshaka, Epoch Times | April 13, 2016
Norma Kamali shares her top 8 beauty secrets, from wooden combs to green teahttp://www.today.com/health/norma-kamali-shares-her-top-8-beauty-secrets-wooden-combs-t77456