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This book describes and illustrates the basic anatomy of more than 70 muscles and their use in playing specific musical instruments. It identifies corrective massage points for these muscles, holding points, and appropriate nutrition. It also depicts the many postural and emotional reasons for muscular problems with reference to the Alexander Technique.
More free books The Balanced Musician : Integrating Mind and Body for Peak Performance – Lesley Sisterhen Mcallister
Organized into four main parts, this book first explores the mind-body connection and then separately discusses the mind, body, and soul of musicians, scholars, performers, and teachers of all voices and instruments. With terms, questions for reflection, and assignments at the end of each chapter, this book may be used as a textbook for a course or as a supplement to music lessons. […] The Athletic Musician : A Guide to Playing Without Pain – Christine Harrison
The Athletic Musician is an innovative approach that teaches musicians how to prevent and manage injuries, presented in a unique format that combines sound medical protocol with a musician's point of view. Harrison, a musician, discusses the magnitude of the problem of musicians' injuries with reference to statistical surveys and discusses the emotional and psychological impact of […] The Massage Connection : Anatomy and Physiology – Kalyani Premkumar
This is the anatomy and physiology text written especially for students and practitioners of massage therapy. This edition integrates massage therapy concepts within the anatomy and physiology content, including sections that discuss how massage interacts with the body systems. The book covers all of the major body systems - integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems - […] Myofascial Release – Ruth Duncan
"Myofascial Release" provides comprehensive training for hands-on therapists of all disciplines and at all levels to expand their practice. From technique descriptions and their applications to client interactions and the preservation of practitioner strength and functionality, this guide teaches therapists every crucial aspect of employing myofascial release to its fullest benefit. […] Basic Clinical Massage Therapy : Integrating Anatomy and Treatment – James H. Clay
This superbly illustrated text familiarizes students with individual muscles and muscle systems and demonstrates basic clinical massage therapy techniques. More than 550 full-color illustrations of internal structures are embedded into photographs of live models to show each muscle or muscle group, surrounding structures, surface landmarks, and the therapist's hands. Students see […] Anatomy & Massage : Detailed & Illustrated Techniques, Including New Insights into Massaging Myofascial Tissue ” – Josep Mármol Myology and Kinesiology for Massage Therapists – Cindy Moorcroft
Myology and Kinesiology for Massage Therapists presents the anatomy and function of the muscular system using an innovative applied learning technique designed to help today's massage student learn and understand this subject. As this is a subject that many massage students struggle with, this integrated workbook approach helps students apply their knowledge to massage-specific […] Massage Anatomy – Ellsworth, Abby Dr.
Two new titles in this ground-breaking series, each featuring amazing computer-generated 3D anatomical images highlighting key muscle groups.Massage Anatomy takes you on a journey of relaxation and wellness that progresses from mastering the basic movements to learning how to put together a complete massage plan.Pilates Anatomy takes you into a new dimension of this world-renowned […]
Best diet books of all time