"Anatomy of Movement and Anatomy of Movement: Exercises describe the bones, muscles and joints, how they move, how to exercise specific and coordinated parts--with illustrations, photos and text that make it comprehensible even to someone like me, who's taken nary a class in anatomy, physiology or kinesiology."
—Molly Martin, Pacific Magazine
"For the client who asks for stretches or exercises to do, there is sure to be something appropriate [here], and the photographs simplify explanation. The practice pages and coordination exercises offer plenty of inspiration for movement sessions as well."
· Preface & Introduction
· The Trunk & Neck
· The Shoulder
· The Elbow & Forearm
· The Wrist & Hand
· The Hip
· The Knee
· The Ankle & Foot
· Coordination of Hip, Knee & Foot
|Author||Blandine Calais-Germain Andrée Lamotte|
|Number Of Pages||282|