Advanced Myofascial Techniques, Volume 1, by Til Luchau, is the first of two beautiful, information-packed guides to highly effective manual therapy techniques. Focusing on conditions of the shoulder, wrist, pelvis, sacrum, leg, and foot, Volume 1 provides a variety of tools for addressing some of the most commonly encountered complaints.
With clear step-by-step instructions and spectacular illustrations, each volume is a valuable collection of hands-on approaches for restoring function, refining proprioception, and decreasing pain. Invaluable for practitioners, teachers, and students of hands-on manual therapies.
Includes links to free videos and online supplemental materials.
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Til Luchau is a Certified Advanced Rolfer® and former Faculty Coordinator of the Rolf Institute’s Foundations of Rolfing Structural Integration program, where in the early 1990’s he originated Skillful Touch Bodywork (the Rolf Institute’s own training and practice modality), his company (Advanced-Trainings.com) offers in-person and at-a-distance professional continuing education worldwide. Formerly a resident practitioner at the Esalen Institute, Chair of the Rolf Institute’s Teacher Training Committee, and Adjunct Faculty member of Naropa University’s Somatic Psychology Department, and originally trained as a psychotherapist, Til’s ability to connect interdisciplinary, big-picture ideas to practical, real-world applications has made his trainings popular at conferences, schools and centers in over a dozen countries on six continents. Til is going to present workshops on Advanced Myofascial techniques in Sydney, September 2016.
“Five-stars for this captivating book from Til Luchau. Til Luchau has blended many years of personal practice and study into this handsome, research-based guide for treating common client complaints. This amazing resource should be part of any serious practitioner, teacher or school’s library.” Erik Dalton, PhD
“Til’s book is an excellent contribution to the practical art of Structural Integration. It should be a standard textbook for any professional interested in direct manual therapy, and takes it’s place among the growing body of work to support the application of the work.” Jan Henry Sultan