The Chinese Kama Sutra is a compendium of Chinese classics on lovemaking. These texts are among the earliest treatises on the topic known to humanity, and are the only ones known to address the fundamental role of sexuality in promoting health and healing. Deeply rooted in the Chinese perception of the universe, they complement and supplement the treatises on acupuncture, Oriental medicine and Taoism and are at the pristine origin of what will become Taoist sexuality. The Chinese Kama Sutra invites the reader in a journey towards health promotion. At the same time, it invites scholars such as cross-cultural specialists, and Oriental medicine practitioners to engage in further dialogs and research in their respective fields. Introducing the energetic concepts of prelude and of health and healing through 55 positions and 20 prescriptions, the Chinese Kama Sutra represents an indispensable adjunct in the world literature on sexuality and health promotion.