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Pelvic Power: Mind/ Body Exercises for Strength, Flexibility, Posture, and Balance for Men and Women (Anglais) Broché – 1 novembre 2003

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"By far the most stimulating and visually articulate book on the subject. A must read for everyone." -- Marika Molnar; P.T. Director, Physical Therapy Services; member, New York City Ballet; director, West Side Dance Physical Therapy

"Eric Franklin has once again written a phenomenal book—useful for practitioners, and exercise specialists." -- Jenn Dunn, M.S. Board of Directors

"[D]irect, clear, and congenial. Pelvic power can be yours with this simply sound approach of sensing, visualizing, and moving!" --Glenna Batson, M.A., P.T. Director, Wellness Partners in the Arts

--Glenna Batson, M.A., P.T. Director, Wellness Partners in the Arts

This book is amazing, and the author Eric Franklin shatters our preconceptions of the often-taboo subject 'the pelvic floor', as well as quashing the assumption that only females need to focus on the exercises required to maintain the body through holistic movement. This shows how we can strengthen, flex, and balance our pelvic floors, leading to positive changes in the body and our posture. A fantastic book for fitness professionals, holistic professionals, and for anyone who wants to improve their understanding of their body. --Holistic Therapist Magazine

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Combining scientific principles with movement and imagery exercises that are both effective and fun, this book demonstrates how to create a stronger body by toning the pelvic floor. Focusing on the biomechanics of the pelvic floor, which acts as a support for the inner organs and contains a passage for the urethra, the sex organs, and the rectum, this guide shows how the pelvic floor plays an important role in almost all movements, balance, and body posture. The exercises train the muscles and joints and improve the tone of the organs, thereby increasing energy flow, eliminating incontinence, and keeping sexual organs healthy. The mind-body techniques are used to increase awareness of this part of the body and to improve sexual stamina.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good book for therapists and aware people 24 janvier 2014
Par Soundtouch - Publié sur
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This book explains the pelvis better than any person, class, book I have ever known. As a body-worker I am always looking to improve my skills, find easy ways to teach my clients how to maintain changes made with manual tasks, and strengthen and stabilize my own systemically hyper-mobile self. This book helps on all accounts.

Good pictures, Clear writing.

This book goes way beyond instructions to "do your Kegals exercises" explaining in great detail the anatomy and synergistic functions of the pelvis and why imbalances here affect posture, headaches, strength, and pain. I could not voluntarily control my coccyx but now I can Thanks to Eric Franklin and Pelvic Power
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 worth it's weight in gold! 12 avril 2013
Par Ruby - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
full of wonderful images, exercises, etc. to deepen understanding and heal of this inner part of our body that has so much impact on quality of life, esp. when not working correctly. helps me understand why most exercises do not help this area of our body. and what to do to improve health and wellness of pelvis. Invaluable guidance, highly recommend. more effective and much more fun than kegel type exercises. partly because exercises are more fun. is rewarding to explore this neglected area through the helpful, healing, enjoyable exercises.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Pelvic Power from a trumpeter's perspective 5 juillet 2011
Par Bart Noorman - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I bought this book because as a horn player I more and learned that contact with my pelvic floor during playing the trumpet is affecting my sound quality. The author has a great pen, making difficult material accessible for people outside the medical world. The illustrations are simple but crystal clear. I do combine it with an anatomy book for extra insight, but standalone the book does a pretty good job. I'd change the cover though, looks too much like soft porn to me for this subject. But good stuff. I certainly will quote it in the next product for my Virtual Music School which is about physical aspects of making music.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Highly recommend! 29 octobre 2016
Par Douglas McHart - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Excellent resource, great mental imagery for pelvic floor. Covers broad topics, including vocal connections to pelvic floor. I recommend this book to any woman pre or post partum!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Unique topic; precision exersizes and illustrations. 27 septembre 2007
Par Taiji Dreamer - Publié sur
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This book is a gem, though I agree with several reviewers that the cover illustration is a poor choice. Luckily, it was one of the few poor choices that the author allowed into this book. The sequence of exercises, the illustrations and the well constructed mental imagery make a topic that is very difficult to "wrap you head around", feel accessible. This is a difficult task because few persons that have any grasp of the material covered in this book would even attempt to teach it without a hands-on face-to-face access to a student. Teaching this material is made even more difficult since our culture imparts many social difficulties in even speaking about this portion of the anatomy.
I teach taiji and various moving meditations and have some knowledge of numerous martial arts and meditative body works that all consider subtle control of the pelvic floor muscles to be a critical step in internal energy work. Teaching or coaching a person to mentally discover, and then actively work with these muscles can be very difficult, for all the reasons Eric Franklin outlines in this book. If the only thing that I got from this book was improving my repertoire of images for working with students it would have been a great find. However, the most important aspect of this book was that I found his exercises helped me to improve my own connection with, and sensation into, these important integrators of my internal somantic space. I wish to express my sincere gratitude to the author for this book, the gratitude that a student feels towards a teacher when new learning blossoms. Thank you
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