Job's Body / Edition 1by Deane Juhan, Ken Dychtwald
Pub. Date: 04/01/2003
Publisher: Barrytown/Station Hill Press, Inc.
Possibly the most famous and widely used resource in therapeutic bodywork, this beautifully written, detailed and reader-friendly picture of how and why the body responds to touch is both scientifically reliable and inspiring. Furthering the presentation of recent research in biochemistry, cell biology and energy medicine in the Second Edition, this new and greatly expanded edition includes advances in neurophysiology and physics, reconfiguring knowledge of mind and body, from microgenesis to quantum consciousness. A rare book, required reading for national massage therapy certification, that also serves the general reader.
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Job's Body gives a straight forward explanation of what a bodyworker effects. It give information without over loading you. The reader will be able to use this book for reference and client education. If you had difficulty with bringing together all the materials presented in your anatomy and physiology courses, Job's Body will make things very clear.