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Growing Ageless: The Simple Art of Health and Longevity (MIPA and Next Generation Indie Awards Finalist) Paperback – March 1, 2011
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"Growing Ageless is a great resource...a fountain of wisdom that distills for the reader an enormous amount of information and life experience...permeated with insight, humor and practical tools." --Henry Emmons, MD, author of The Chemistry of Joy and The Chemistry of Calm
"I adore Growing Ageless. It is...immanently readable. Bush's personal style and humane approach make this indispensable information accessible to the novice and veteran alike. And I appreciate its brevity--no easy task when there is so much material to include. It concludes with a simple five-week program for straightforward, doable change. This book is terrific!" --Tom Glaser, Psychologist and Wellness Promoter
From the Publisher
Born in 1967, Richard E. Bush began studying holistic medicine in his mid-20s in search of relief from many persistent ailments. He is now a Certified Instructor for Grandmaster Mantak Chia's Universal Healing Tao in Thailand. He obtained his Shiatsu Practitioner Certification at CenterPoint Massage and Shiatsu Therapy School, studying the Shiatsu Anma and Namikoshi styles. He is also an Usui Reiki Master and a 17-year Tai Chi player. Since 1998 he has been practicing Hatha Yoga. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing from Metropolitan State University in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Best tracked down via his website, he attempts to maintain a balanced schedule as a speaker,writer and longevity coach.
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I haven't regretted that decision. "Growing Ageless" is not only an amazingly informative read but delightfully well written. It doesn't surprise me that Bush has a degree in creative writing. His narrative proves it with one fascinating true-life story after another, intermingled with age-old wisdom and mind-jolting new health discoveries. I actually found myself de-stressing as I read the book, as well as laughing out loud at times. Bush's belief that a smile is a healing force is evident throughout this polished tome.
I'd like to also add that my husband read "Growing Ageless" and enjoyed it immensely. He was very impressed by Bush's explanation of relaxing techniques. I think that's pretty impressive, considering my husband is a retired air traffic controller. As for me, at 62, I am feeling younger already after having read "Growing Ageless". If only I'd had this book when I was in my twenties, I'd probably still be there.
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