BOOK - Never
Saying GoodbyeAfter the suicide of her son, Forrest, Mary Jean
wanted to change the rhythm of her life. With guidance from Dr. John E. Upledger
and Dr. George Goodheart, she started exploring alternative choices. She began
meditating and then she met Renata Moore, an intuitive counselor. These three
individuals helped her on a spiritual path that ultimately led to peace and
BOOK - This delightful and thoroughly readable book expands on concepts originally presented in Your Inner Physician and You to offer new insights into the promise of CranioSacral Therapy. CranioSacral Therapy: Touchstone for Natural Healing is packed with fresh information, and uses poignant case stories of restored health: a five-year old autistic boy, a man with Erb's palsy, a woman with a 15-year history of headaches, and many more.
BOOK - The Inner Power of Stillness is not just another book about therapeutic presence, mindfulness and meditation. It explores and highlights the next evolutionary step, leading us beyond the already well-researched teachings of these topics, by looking at the multidimensional scale of stillness from an entirely different point of view.
The focal point is the inner development by therapists, practitioners and teachers of the mainly dormant potential of stillness and the storage capacity of stillness-stimulus and imprints in our tissue/fascia, as well as their benefits, use and application in a treatment or teaching environment.
The Inner Power of Stillness endeavours to illuminate the lost value of stillness for the therapist and practitioner both as a person and as a professional. The authors anchor the possibility of this inner evolution of the power of stillness to the latest research into tissue and cell memory.
DIGITAL BOOK - The author, Tad Wanveer, is also the illustrator of this book. He uses an abundance of images along with words to convey the essential interworking of neurons, glia, vasculature, and the craniosacral system (CSS).
DIGITAL BOOK-Naturopathic Approach to Visceral Manipulation, Volume 1: The Abdomen provides the health care field with a compelling synthesis of Jean-Pierre Barral's Visceral Manipulation and naturopathic treatment. The result of 18 years of clinical experience, it was created as a resource that clinicians can take with them "into the trenches" of everyday practice and has been formatted both for ease of access and for assisting practitioners with further study.
BOOK - "SomaCentric Dialoguing" offers therapists simple yet effective techniques for improving communication with their clients. Author Julie McKay outlines the core techniques and shows how they can be applied to make therapeutic sessions more effective.