Best diet books of all time
Charles Ridley is known for having refined a version of biodynamic craniosacral work that is nonmedical and nonmechanical. In Stillness, he clarifies the three fundamental types of this work — biomechanical, functional, and biodynamic. He explains the requirements and pitfalls of each model, and how to discern the differences and similarities between them. He guides the practitioner experientially to explore what he is describing, and offers exercises drawn from his own practice to help therapists access directly the whole felt-body sense that connects each individual with the Breath of Life.
More free books Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy Practice – Annalynn Skipper
In most health professions, there is a clear progression from beginning practitioner to seasoned expert. While such a progression may exist in dietetics, it is not clearly articulated. This ground-breaking reference is designed for clinical dietitians with an interest in elevating their level of practice. Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy Practice describes a model of advanced […] Professional Esteem : Ethical Energy – Natalie Millan
A practical approach to ethics for the natural therapist working within an intimate client/therapist relationship and how care, dependency and sexual energy can be misunderstood. It examines the difficult and more sensitive issues that create the most complex ethical dilemmas. The approach explores how sexual energy is experienced and how it can be combated with ethical energy that […] Guia Practica del Metodo Feldenkrais : La Espontaneidad Consciente – Ruthy Alon
Ruthy Alon's description of Feldenkrais work in Mindful Spontaneity is a favored text of a generation of Feldenkrais enthusiasts. Alon weaves experiential and theoretical information in a poetic yet pragmatic language. These simple and unexpected suggestions will help everyone who suffers from restricted movement or pain to find a new sense of freedom.
Author: Ruthy Alon
ISBN: […] Shiatsu – Chris Jarmey
This fully up-to-date, revised edition of the definitive guide to Shiatsu is suitable for beginners through to students and practitioners. Shiatsu is illustrated throughout and covers a broad range of issues and information about the mental, physical, spiritual and historical elements of Shiatsu practice.
Author: Chris Jarmey
Size: 18.51 Mb A Chair for Yoga : A Complete Guide to Iyengar Yoga Practice with a Chair – Dr Eyal Shifroni
This practical guide will show you how to improve and enrich your practice of Iyengar Yoga using a chair. - Beginning practitioners will learn how to do the poses with less effort and better alignment. - Intermediate practitioners will learn to extend the range and duration of the poses safely - Advanced practitioners will deepen and develop their practice of advanced poses - […] Craniosacral Biodynamics, Volume One: The Breath of Life, Biodynamics, and Fundamental Skills – Franklyn Sills
Author: Franklyn Sills
Size: 27.11 Mb BodyMindCORE Work for the Movement Therapist : Leading Clients to CORE Breath and Awareness – Noah Karrasch
The principles of Noah Karrasch's CORE (R) model focus on whole body, breath, and movement awareness in order to determine where restrictions and blockages in the body may occur. Based on a lifetime of fine-tuning CORE (R) theory and practice, this comprehensive text not only explains in detail how and why this model works, but will also help movement therapists get better results […] Reflexology: A Practical Approach – Vicki Pitman
This title features a new full-colour fold-out chart of the feet for further practical learning. It is written by experienced teachers and practitioners. It contains a range of updated charts, diagrams and interactive exercises throughout to enhance the learning process. It is comprehensive, whilst remaining very student friendly.
Author: Vicki Pitman
Pages: 304 […]
Best diet books of all time