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Direct Release Myofascial Technique: An Illustrated Guide for Practitioners (Anglais) Relié – 9 juillet 2004


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Excellent resource for Deep Tissue Massage 28 décembre 2004
Par Alfred Hatermink - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
The foreword suggested that this is 'not just another book' & and is one of the first to 'spill the beans' on Rolfing techniques. However much of the techniques are covered in Art Riggs' book & video, although Riggs acknowledge that his book is based on Stanborough's manual.
It is written in a philosophical way, and aim to only present the techniques without the details of anatomy. Comprises of 2 sections: The Basics, and Techniques. The basics describe the philosophy of muscle dysfunction & the effect of myofascial release. The techniques covered muscles of different parts of body, with an attempt to give a clear & detailed instructions.
Stanborough demonstrates his communication skill on how to ask the client to perform movement: 'Take your tailbone away towards the wall behind you'.
My wishlist: Videos will be superb to accompany this manual. My wish has come true, the author has released a set of DVD on the techniques. Great resource
Excellent resource to add to your deep tissue book & video collection.
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Valuable and well presented material 13 août 2006
Par Victoria - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This is a good book for anyone seeking to expand their understanding of fascia. By examining the relationship between the nervous system and the fascial network, it brings a new appreciation to just what happens under our hands when we touch someone. It's also rich with techniques, presented in a manner that makes them immediately repeatable in the practitioner's clinic. I'd recommend this book to the beginner as well as the experienced practitioner - it has material that will be of interest to massage and phsyiotherapists, OTs, osteopaths and chiropractors.
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Best book I have ever read on myofascial release 18 septembre 2006
Par D. Koplen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I have been a deep tissue massage therapist for over 20 years. This is by far the best manual on theory and practical technique that I have ever used. If you want results as well as understanding, this is the book to get. I've also bought the author's 8 DVD set, which is almost as good as a one-on-one hands-on course with him.
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Not the best of Myofascial Release technique 7 janvier 2008
Par Svetlana Shubina - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Author showed a lot of techniques of Myofascial release with detailed description of each. It is hard to get complete understanding when trying to position client with active participation from their side.
Book is very technical and not to easy to use.
Not recommended for beginners, this book would be helpful for LMT who had been practicing for a while.
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