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It is well written and easy to understand.
Specifically, his book reinforces us to think of ways to help our clients become more aware - kinesthetically - of their bodies and habitual movement patterns.
I have seen great improvement in my own lower back pain and would recommend this book to anyone who struggles with muscular pain.
Really informative book! Learned a lot! I wish there was a DVD to go with the book though. It would be much easier to do the exercises if I can visualize them!Published 2 months ago by Sammy
I checked got this book from the library and liked it so much I bought my own so I could have it to do the exercises that are in here.Published 5 months ago by Julie M.
Great book for everybody who suffers with chronic pain. Must read.Published 5 months ago by Alexandra Novotny
The book is very helpful and full of useful information about how our muscles and joints work. I agree with the author that the text should be read before the exercises are... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Pangloss One
Very easy to read and understand for anyone with a background in physiology, body/mind work, or any physical art, be it yoga, dance, or physical therapy. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Rima C Sala
I am enjoying the book, have put some of the exercises to use and been relieved of some of my painful muscles. Would like to have the pictures clearer. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Ruth Fenton
This book was a total revelation. It woke me up to my lifelong condition of chronic tension and the reasons for my current pain. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jean
Craig has developed a series of wonderful exercises that really help with back and body aches and pains.
Great illustrations in helping to do the exercises correctly. Read more