Scars, Adhesions and the Biotensegral Body


The book is a fascinating read. f you have ever had an injury that resulted in a scar (or known anyone who has), if you’ve ever had your appendix or tonsils removed (or know someone else who has) — in other words, if you are human— this book stands to open your eyes to a massively under-attended and misunderstood area of research that has teeming potential for all of us. Those looking for down-to-earth practical information about how the fingers should engage with the client’s tissues, and how lightly to touch, will not be disappointed either.
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