BOOK - This lovely limited-edition book combines two of Dr. John E, Upledger's most popular volumes into one Collector's Edition ideal for display in your waiting room or as an elegant gift: CranioSacral Therapy: Touchstone for Natural Healing and SomatoEmotional Release: Deciphering the Language of Life. Includes 30 pages of never-before-seen photos documenting Dr. John's life.
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BOOK - Life in the Bones; Get the story behind the story of Dr. Fritz Smith and Zero Balancing. Life in the Bones, by fellow ZB instructor David Lauterstein, offers insights into Dr. Smith’s heart and passions, sharing his journey not only in words but through a significant collection of photos and art.
BOOK - After a clear and concise theoretical description of stress and its consequences for health, the author presents cardiac coherence, a state of physiological well-being that is gaining popularity in France today. He lays out a collection of exercises and practices that lead the reader step by step towards physiological, emotional, and psychological balance.
DIGITAL BOOK- Lee Nugan, author of The Song, has written a children’s book on grief titled: Gee Bear and the Journey through Sadness. Lee Nugan, a psychotherapist for over 30 years, wrote the book after working with many children and adults through the grieving process.
DIGITAL BOOK- The Song is a book that goes beyond theorizing about grief. It deals with steps that help to support and comfort someone immediately after a loved one dies, as well as providing guidance through the months and years that follow. The book offers a different perception of grief and of what the death of a loved one can bring into your life. In spite of the immense pain of the loss, the transformational power of grief can take one beyond what one could imagine.
BOOK - The Croissant Inside the Brain; The Legendary Manual Therapy of Jean-Pierre Barral, D.O., MRO(F): Peter Schwind presents an exciting story which includes case studies by Jean-Pierre Barral that seem almost too incredible. He tells about the exciting paths that Barral has gone down to finally end with the question of whether healing with hands is at all possible. And is it even possible to touch the brain through the cranium so sensitively that it finds a new life? A new life made possible by that which experts call the neuroplasticity of the brain.