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by Elaine Stillerman

Download The Encyclopedia of Bodywork: From Acupressure to Zone Therapy ePub
  • ISBN 0816036462
  • ISBN13 978-0816036462
  • Language English
  • Author Elaine Stillerman
  • Publisher Checkmark Books (June 1997)
  • Pages 336
  • Formats mobi doc txt rtf
  • Category Nutrition and Health
  • Subcategory Alternative Medicine
  • Size ePub 1954 kb
  • Size Fb2 1295 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 361

In one easy-to-use volume, author and massage therapist Elaine Stillerman provided detailed information on more than 200 alternative therapies, from acupressure and cranioSacral Therapy to Jin Shin Jyutsu and shiatsu.

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by Elaine Stillerman. An alphabetical guide to unconventional therapeutics covers such topics as acupressure, cranioSacral Therapy, Jin Shin Jyutsu, shiatsu, and yoga. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780816036462. Release Date: March 1997.

She is also the author of The Encyclopedia of Bodywork (1996).

She has written many articles on massage therapy and teaches the nationally certified course Mother Massage: Massage During Pregnancy at massage schools all over the country. She is also the author of The Encyclopedia of Bodywork (1996). Diana Kurz is a painter who has exhibited her work nationally and internationally.

Useful for practitioners, clients, students, and general readers, The Encyclopedia of Bodywork features

Useful for practitioners, clients, students, and general readers, The Encyclopedia of Bodywork features: Where bodywork techniques come from, how they are performed, and what benefits they yield A comprehensive, up-to-date resource list of holistic health in the United States.

Useful for practitioners, clients, students, and general readers, The Encyclopedia of Bodywork features: Where bodywork techniques come from, how they are performed, and what benefits they yield A comprehensive, up-to-date resource list of holistic health in the United States and Canada A brief bibliography for each therapy and appendixes that cover state licensing requirements Clear line drawings that illustrate important concepts. The Complete Motorcycle Book: A Consumer"s Guide EAN 9780816031818.

Acupressure is a body-based therapy similar to acupuncture that .

Acupressure is a body-based therapy similar to acupuncture that involves the application of pressure (from the hands or from various implements) to the same points on the body stimulated by needles in acupuncture. Reflexology is not included, most likely because it is not considered an Asian therapy.

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It includes over 2000 entries, covering phenomena, people, events, topics, places and associations. Williams describes the criteria for inclusion: Entries in the Encyclopedia do not necessarily note to which criteria an entry belongs.

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Grarana
The word "comprehensive" may have been invented to describe this book - it definitely is an encyclopedia, not just in its alphabetic listing and cross-references, but also in its breadth of knowledge. Unless you are a bodywork specialist, this book probably has much more than you would ever want to know about what seem to be some very esoteric practices. However, it is a fabulous resource to use to find out about alternative therapies (the section on acupuncture was the most comprehensive and easy to read I have come across in all my research) and Stillerman has a wonderful bibliography and resource listing (many resources have been transcribed into my Complementary Medicine Resources list). Reading it from cover to cover as I did was an interesting experience in that it showed the interrelated qualities and history of many types of bodywork (some individuals had the same teachers or came out of the same schools of thought and developed in their own direction). Stillerman does not judge any of the bodywork methods she reviews so it is up to the reader to decide whether or not a particular method would be right for their condition (this is where the bibliography and resource list is invaluable for further investigation). An excellent resource but unless you're a massage/bodywork professional, you probably won't want to purchase this book - just borrow it from the library.