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IAHE is a coalition of healthcare curriculum developers and institutes united to advance innovative therapies through high-quality continuing-education programs. IAHE provides an extensive array of information for patient education and wellness. Extended and intensive treatment programs are available from IAHE trained therapists.



EBOOK-Anatomy of Yoga

EBOOK-for your computer or digital device Anatomy of Yoga is a guide to the different roles played by muscles in yoga practice. Through helpful examples that illustrate individual poses and how each one engages one or more muscles, the reader is able to distinguish and understand their various roles. This in turn, leads to a more enlightened and beneficial yoga experience. 

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EBOOK-A Touch Better; Two Therapists’ Journeys and Lessons Learned

EBOOK-for your computer or digital device A Touch Better describes how Dr. John E. Upledger’s work of CranioSacral Therapy (CST) inspired a shared journey of two therapists who put his work into practice. This book offers a promise of guidance for newer students to embrace the work, as well as for the sage therapist who is interested in learning about how the Upledger Institute International came into being. Embedded are personal observations of “Dr. John’s” philosophy and character, and his eventual rise to become one of Time magazine’s Top 100 Healthcare Innovators of the 21st Century.

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Fascial Decoding; Fascia: At the Heart of Manual Therapy

BOOK - Fascial Decoding; Fascia: At the Heart of Manual Therapy  
Numerous studies have shown the importance of fascia in the organization and functioning of the body: its mechanical role is essential, as well as its interrelation with physiological and biochemical phenomena.
Fascia connects all the structures of the body. Inside the cell, it extends into the nucleus by way of microfilaments and microtubules and, through them and via the mechanoconduction phenomena, fascia manages the organization of the cell. We emerge from a single cell possessing a hereditary memory, which then creates billions of cells. This indicates that each cell is capable of memory and that this memory is omnipresent, even at the peripheral levels of the body. Fascia is a privileged support of memory and a vector of psychosomatics and the psyche.

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