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Direct Release Myofascial Technique: An Illustrated Guide for Practitioners, 1e

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Direct Release Myofascial Technique: An Illustrated Guide for Practitioners, 1e

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    Available in PDF Format | Direct Release Myofascial Technique: An Illustrated Guide for Practitioners, 1e.pdf | English
    Michael Stanborough(Author)
A highly illustrated manual demonstrating how to undertake direct release myofascial techniques. Suitable for use by all manual therapists and bodyworkers.
  • Outlines the principles and practice of a group of bodywork techniques that are particularly effective for the treatment of painful or restricted movement due to muscle stiffness or imbalance
  • Provides guidelines on the most effective and efficient use of the techniques based on movement theory
  • Highly illustrated with detailed photographs and line drawings
  • Presents a hypothetical model to explain why the technique works based on the latest research in the field of neuro-fascial physiology
  • Includes approaches to the use of the techniques with children
  • Written by an experienced practitioner and teacher
  • Draws on the teachings of Ida Rolf but makes them applicable to other groups of therapists
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Book details

  • PDF | 232 pages
  • Michael Stanborough(Author)
  • Churchill Livingstone; Spi edition (9 July 2004)
  • English
  • 2
  • Health, Family & Lifestyle

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  • By starrysky on 16 April 2011

    I have since bought Fascial Release for Structural Balance by James Earls, Thomas Myers and Amanda Williams, which is easier to read and flows better with Anatomy Trains: Myofascial Meridians for Manual and Movement Therapists by Thomas W. Myers.

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