Bodywork: What Type of Massage to Get, and how to Make the Most of it

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W. Morrow, 1995 - 440 pages
Not a how-to book, Bodywork is a guide for the 20 million Americans who receive massage therapy each year. Claire takes readers through a typical session of more than fifteen different massage therapies from around the world--including Swedish massage, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, the Rolfing Method, and Shiatsu/Acupuncture--and highlights other therapies, giving the history and theory behind each.

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How to benefit from every different kind of massage and bodywork including Swedish massage, Shiatsu, myofascial release, trager, reflexology, aromatherapy and reiki. Read full review

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Claire, a licensed massage therapist, has written a complete guide to assessing a wide range of therapeutic practices, from deep muscle to gentle touch. He demystifies massage by explaining how to ... Read full review


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Claire is a writer, body/mind teacher, and personal development facilitator. He brings more than 30 years of experience with personal yoga practice.

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