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Book by Juhan Deane

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  • Broché: 480 pages
  • Editeur : Barrytown Ltd ,U.S.; Édition : 3rd Revised edition (1 janvier 2002)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1581770995
  • ISBN-13: 978-1581770995
  • Dimensions du produit: 17,8 x 2,4 x 25,4 cm
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Par wjt le 1 janvier 2014
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
(Evaluation en anglais parce que le livre est en anglais).

This reference is popular in the bodywork (physiotherapy, massage, etc) communities but personally I have mixed feelings about it. In essence it provides a medical-textbook-style introduction to muscle, bone, nerve, etc, physiology aimed at bodywork students, interspersed with the authors' general reflections on how these properties may interact to produce bodily wellbeing or problems. As a basic physiology textbook for bodyworkers it is a valuable resource, albeit a little dated in places. The author has a long experience with wholistic bodywork (notably the Trager method) and his reflections are consistently thought-provoking but (in keeping with their wholistic viewpoint?) they rarely go beyond plausible generalities to produce actionable techniques. The main problem with the book is its complete failure to discuss the interaction of physiology with concrete bodywork techniques. There is simply no information here on how physiotherapy, massage, stretching, yoga/pilates, sports training, etc, should or should not be practised in the light of modern physiology. In fact, none of these basic techniques are even mentioned in the index. Hence, although its physiological summaries and its wholistic reflections make this an interesting read, it falls short of being a practically useful textbook on physiology for scientific bodywork students, let alone a "Handbook for Bodywork".
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In english mais conseillé dans ma formation de massage faite en Angleterre.
Deane Juhan est une référence dans le monde du bodywork et du massage, beaucoup de physiologie et d'anatomie mais une approche différente, et qui se la pète pas comme la médecine allopathique. Un chapitre sur le tissus du corps telle les fascias en temps que cristaux liquides, le rôle de la conscience en relation avec le corps. Pas pour le néophytes c sur! Pour des thérapeutes confirmes ou masseur cherchant a apprendre et augmenter ses connaissances du corps, de l'anatomie et de la physiologie en relation avec la conscience, l'esprit, enfin une approche holistique et non pas mecanistique.

I've just read through the book again, especially to look into the liquid crystal structure of the body again! amazing! what makes this book amazing is indeed this new approach of the body, the last chapters, especially the Mae Wan Ho, still relevant especially Chapter 3 and the explanation of collagen fibers and their possible role...because of their structure and genesis!.

so yes, indeed maybe not a classic physiology book, nor related to bodywork although it is in the psychological and philosophical point of view, with linking to physiology and the way we sense or experience feelings...the author explores all of that, and it's fascinating! i would need a small update probably in the view of all the progress that have been made in the last few decades, but Oschman books will probably update that.

anyway, i'm reading it every few years! and it's still inspiring and amazing!
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Complex, Eye Opening, Vital 15 juin 2006
Par Anora McGaha - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
If you are a doctor, physical therapist, massage or bodywork therapist of any kind with an appetite for in-depth analysis and understanding of the human response to touch, this book is a MUST HAVE for you. It's technical and detailed, and it is also ground-breaking, eye-opening and exciting.

Juhan covers the topic of the human response to touch from the micro-cellular level through to system responses all the way to the origins of the body/mind split in western philosophy and the consequences of pharmaceutical dominance in health care on touch therapies. He introduces many new perspectives that bring a rich vitality to anatomy. He shows the interactivity - the interconnectedness - the interdependence of all aspects of the human body, mind and being. He presents some of the latest theories about how the body mind are integrated and communicate - Candace Pert's molecules of emotion.

Not only is Juhan's research fascinating and valuable to body workers, but also his method of inquiry, the questions he asks, and how he asks and seeks to answer them, are very educational - modeling ways we can pursue the investigation ourselves.

Here are a few examples of the kind of insight that Juhan offers in the Third Edition for you to see for yourself:

Page 17

"This personal, sensory engagement with the self does not spring from a rebellion against scientific authority, but rather from a realization of the present inadequacy of that authority's conception of reality, a realization that is not contrived for the purpose of debate, but which is forced upon [us] by [our] own painful circumstances."

"When the conceptions of reality that we maintain do not square with the things we are experiencing, it is not because we are flawed or because our experiences are wrong, but because our conceptions cannot contain all of the facts as we perceive them. And there is no constructive way out of this crisis but to enlarge our sense of reality to include our actual experiences."

Page 142

"The goal of bodywork should not be to impose universalized standards of posture and movement upon an individual, but rather to help the individual to cultivate the mental awareness and the physical flexibility to continually adapt to the changing needs of the moment."

Page 184

"Muscles that have fallen into disuse and flaccidity just don't provide enough pumping action for these intercellular fluids to adequately feed and bathe the nerve cells, and so the general strength of their functions is diminished."

Page 412

"Subjective and objective are not two distinct ways I have of viewing reality; they are two sides of a continuous feedback loop which together make up that reality. How completely I sense my body and how I feel about it has everything to do with the particular course of events going on within it."
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Fascinating and Enlightening! 8 juillet 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I had bought this for a friend about to start massage school--but I'm KEEPING IT! The writing communicates a deep love and interest in the body and how it works, and how we respond to touch as healing. This is a wonderful way to learn about the anatomy and physiology of our living, working bodies.
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awesome 6 juin 2001
Par C. Caret - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Great overview of human anatomy and physiology from an integrative perspective. Brings together a lot of scientific information in an easily understood and relevant fashion that particularly explains many aspects of physiology as they apply to massage and bodywork.
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A Beautiful, Informational Text - If somewhat 'fluffy'... 13 mai 2009
Par Christina - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book was part of my massage school curriculum. I tried to really get into it like my teachers, but I had a hard time with the 'fluffy' stuff weaved in and out of this book.
However - the theories and ideas presented are WONDERFUL. The book itself is written in a very thoughtful manner, and I can appreciate that. As a massage therapist, I can appreciate this volume.

While I wouldn't say this is a must read, I think if you have the time, give it a go.
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Managing plasticity, improving outcome 20 mai 2013
Par Celeste Cooper - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
As an author of self help books, registered nurse, and advocate for chronic pain issues, I am always looking for information to broaden my own knowledge base, but that's not the only reason I read books like Job's Body. I happen to be a chronic pain patient. The greatest pain generator for me is a condition we don't hear much about, but we should, myofascial pain syndrome. I am reviewing from a professional and patient perspective.

Deane Juhan does a marvelous job explaining exactly what the skin, connective tissue, bone, muscles, nerve and myofascia are, and why we need them. He methodically and meticulously defines why it is important to know exactly what they do, how everything is connected and how neglect can lead to plasticity of the brain.

Many have written on this, but few explain how neglecting the body's needs create plasticity affecting and rewiring the brains' perception and response. Seldom, if ever, do physicians get training on connective tissue even though it has the greatest effect on chronic pain conditions.

Deane Juhan holds tight to same mantras I use in my own writing "self-awareness, self-control and active participation of the will to the process of growth and development are major themes to this education." Keep the fluid moving, it is the oil for the body, and the dump truck for the toxins we accumulate when we live a stagnant life.

If you are a pain management professional, physical therapist, chiropractor, body worker, or a patient with chronic pain, you must read this book. You will have a better understanding of the myofascia, plasticity, and the feedback our brain receives from the body.
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