True Wellness Bundle | YMAA
FREE Shipping $70 Over. (US Only, Conditions apply)    |   50% Off* Books, eBooks, & Videos. Exclusions apply.

Home >> Publishing >> Bundle

True Wellness Bundle

by Catherine Kurosu, MD, L.Ac., Dr. Aihan Kuhn, CMD, OBT

The True Wellness bundle is for people who are ready for a change in their health and wellness. With this collection you will be able to understand how to combine the best of Western and Eastern health care. Learn about Chinese medicine, and get started with simple tai chi movements and simple qigong movements. This collection is the easiest and our best way to take that first step toward True Wellness. A perfect gift for those you care about.


$46.90Save: $46.90 (50%)

This item is eligible for free shipping (Conditions apply).

Your rating: None Average: 4 (1 vote)

Skill Level: 1 2 3

Book: True Wellness: How to Combine the Best of Western and Eastern Medicine for Optimal Health

True Wellness is a step-by-step guide to optimal health, blending the best of Western and Eastern medical traditions.

The authors have realized the conventional way of managing disease is unsustainable. They recognize that even as the high-tech accomplishments of Western medicine increase, the overall health of the nation continues to decline. In their own practices, however, they have discovered a path to optimal health, even in complicated Western health-care systems.

The secret is combining the strengths of both Western and Eastern medicine to achieve the unique health goals of each patient.

With this book you will

  • Discover the strengths and benefits of both Eastern and Western medicine
  • Journaling topics, questions, worksheets, checklists, and practical advice to prepare for and begin new, healthy behaviors
  • Learn to create a multidisciplinary care team for a strong alliance between your Western health-care providers and Eastern practitioners

True Wellness encourages individual responsibility and prepares you to take the first step on your healing journey. By combining ancient wisdom, cutting-edge scientific discoveries, and practical advice, this book will lead you through a transformation to true well-being in body, mind, and spirit.



Book: Simple Chinese Medicine—A Beginner's Guide to Natural Healing and Well-Being

Written for those new to natural healing, Simple Chinese Medicine gives you tools that you can use today to improve your quality of life and begin your healing journey. Based upon centuries old practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), readers are provided simple-to-do exercises for stress relief, health maintenance, and cancer prevention. Additional sections include guidance on using food for healing and for weight control. Careful attention is given to explaining the differences between Eastern healing methods and Western treatment methods, as well as an insightful discussion of TCM's concept of 'prevention' for health maintenance. A final section shares the personal experiences of some of Dr. Kuhn's patients.

Contents include:

  • Healing in Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • Differences in Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine
  • TCM Diagnostic Method
  • Seeking the Right Medical Care
  • Food Healing in Chinese Medicine
  • Food Balance
  • Healthy Balanced Diet and Weight Reduction
  • Weight Control Program—Food and Exercise Log
  • Exercises for Healing, Disease Prevention, and Good Health
  • Cancer Prevention and Healing
  • Exercise Routines for Healing Cancer
  • Chinese Medicine's Secrets of Good Health and Longevity
  • Trends in Longevity



DVD:Tai Chi Fit - FLOW

Feel the Flow of Tai Chi

In Tai Chi Fit – FLOW, David-Dorian gently guides you through a simple Tai Chi workout with an emphasis on continuity, connection, and your feeling of FLOW. The moves are shown in mirror-view, repeated to the left and right before a simple transition takes you to the next step.

The FLOW workout meets the needs of a variety of different students. First, this is the absolute best starting place for tai chi beginners who just want to experience the moves and the deep feeling of tai chi for the first time. Tai Chi Fit - FLOW is also an excellent form of tai chi for seniors, as well as those with common medical conditions such as Parkinson’s, fibromyalgia, peripheral neuropathy, hemophilia, diabetes, or obesity.

Tai Chi Fit – FLOW includes:

  • Mirror-view tai chi moves to the left and right.
  • Low-impact, whole body exercise.
  • A beginner-friendly follow-along workout.

The FLOW workout is a perfect way to begin a tai chi practice without the stress of memorizing a form. Just follow along! It is also a great way for experienced tai chi practitioners to drill on the movements, and practice the often-overlooked tai chi principle of "continuity without interruption”.



DVD: Introduction to Qi Gong

Qi Gong is a time-honored practice that focuses on health, relaxation, energy, and vitality.

Described as the art of effortless power, Qi Gong is easy to follow and effective for improving your health. Combining gentle stretching, energy-activating exercise, simple movements for strength, and flowing movements, Qi Gong gives a complete body/mind workout.

As part of an ancient medicine that focused on prevention, Qi Gong was often used to treat our most common ailments, like stress, pain, fatigue, depression, insomnia, and much more.

Qi means energy. Every system in your body needs energy. Your nervous system and spine conduct a tremendous amount of energy communicating mind to body and body to mind. When the Qi in your body is blocked, the systems don’t run smoothly. This practice will help to insure that all parts of your body have a fresh supply of energy.

Practice these routines and see for yourself how wonderful and enlivened you can truly feel. You will learn:

  • Simple stretches for improved flexibility
  • Release stress, tension, and tightness
  • Activate internal energy
  • Flowing movements for deep relaxation and a calm clear mind


No content.

No content.

About the Authors

Catherine Kurosu, MD, L.Ac.

Born, raised, and trained in Canada, I graduated from the University of Toronto School of Medicine in 1990.  I completed my internship and residency at the same institution and qualified as a specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 1995.  My first position as an OB/Gyn was on Guam where I learned to sail and scuba dive.  There, I met and married my husband, Rob, who was serving in the Navy as a helicopter pilot.   Next, we were stationed in Pensacola, where our … More »

Dr. Aihan Kuhn, CMD, OBT

Aihan Kuhn, C.M.D., is a Chinese medical doctor trained in both Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is a graduate of the Hunan Medical University, Changsha China. In China, Dr. Kuhn practiced OB/GYN in Chinese hospitals (1983-1988), studied Tai Chi and Chi Kung (since 1978) and returns each year to advance her training in both Traditional Chinese Medicine and martial arts.Dr. Kuhn is the director and owner of the Chinese Medicine for Health Clinic in Holliston Massachusetts. President … More »