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Martial and Healing Arts

Martial and Healing Arts

by Steve Amoia
Martial and Healing Arts

Martial and Healing Arts

by Steve Amoia


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This book represents a part of my portfolio at "World Dragon Kenpo Slayer News" between 2005 to 2010.

There are 10 articles and eight interviews, respectively.


Acupuncture from a Patient's Perspective
Alternative Therapies to Treat Sport Injuries
Benefits of Martial Arts Training for Other Sports
Review: "Bruce Lee's Fighting Method: Skill in Techniques" by Bruce Lee and M. Uyehara
Review: "Spirit of Shaolin": A Kung Fu Philosophy by David Carradine
Review: "Tai Chi" with David-Dorian Ross
Review: "The Spirit of Qi Gong" by Deborah Davis
SAMBO: The Russian Martial Art
Summary of Dragon Kenpo Karate
The Lost Art of Showing Respect


Interview with Gareth Callister-Bischof, Shiatsu Practitioner
Interview with WDK Instructor and Law Enforcement Officer Ed DellaCroce: The Law and Self-Defense
Interview with Andrew T. Durham: How to Deal with Toxic People
Interview with Sooyong Kim, Licensed Shiatsu Therapist, Energy Therapist, and Aikido Instructor
Interview with Coach Ron Pfeiffer: Tai Chi for Back Pain and Other Modules
Interview with Coach Ron Pfeiffer: Tai Chi and Qi Gong Seminar
Interview with Dr. Alfred C. Thompson, Clinical Psychologist: A Former Student from Virginia Tech Discusses the Tragedy
Interview with A Student at the Tai Sophia Institute, Dr. Xiao-Ning Zhang

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781078793698
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 05/22/2020
Pages: 80
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.19(d)

About the Author

Steve Amoia is an Italian-American freelance writer and translator based in Washington, D.C. His writing career began as a technical writer for a software company. Amoia’s focal areas have been career-related themes, Chinese martial arts, historical figures, and international soccer journalism, respectively.

He was an editor and contributor at World Dragon Kenpo from 2005 to 2010. To learn more, please visit his writing portfolio site:

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