Anatomy in Black, released 1 October 2015, is a sophisticated coffee table book for anatomy lovers and casual observers alike. It illustrates the beauty of human anatomy reflected in a contemporary hardback book, created entirely in black and gold. Traditional anatomical imagery is given a new lease of life through modern interpretation in this stylish publication. The book comprehensively leads the reader through the human body in seven chapt...

Author Julian Baker, a leading teacher of The Bowen Technique, paves the way in Bowen Unravelled: A Journey Into the Facial Understanding of the Bowen Technique. After many years’ experience working with other Bowen Technique practitioners, Baker set out to write this comprehensive, groundbreaking work that bridges the gap between alternative therapy, anatomical reasoning and scientific understanding of the Bowen Technique, one of the fastest-...

When you’re a massage therapist, the more information you have about a patient’s condition the better as you will be able to work with increased confidence and effectiveness. If you know the pathology behind an aliment, you can make a more informed decision on how best to treat the patient and this is where Su Fox’s new book The Massage Therapist’s Pocketbook of Pathology comes in. Written for massage therapists, the book features many common ...

For anyone wanting to improve his or her health and general wellbeing, Better Health through Natural Healing: How to Get Well without Drugs and Surgery, is the perfect read. Nowadays, more and more people are seeking alternative ways to treat themselves and their families and this book provides practical advice for treating over 100 common diseases and ailments including acne, digestive disorders and depression. Better Health through Natural H...

In the forward to Joanne Avison’s beautifully produced book, Thomas Myers, fascia ‘guru’ and proponent of kinaesthetic intelligence, sums up how fascial awareness and yoga can inform each other and lead to a deeper understanding of the body, mind and spirit.  This comprehensive and engaging guide will not only inform yoga teachers and practitioners, but also body workers in general (particularly in regards to recommending yoga as part of homec...

Leon Chaitow has gathered contributions from twenty leading experts for this helpful guide to the latest research and therapy approaches to fascial dysfunction.  An authority on fascia, Chaitow begins with an outline of current definitions and explanations of this important, multi-purpose tissue, which over the past decade has been the topic of exciting scientific research.  At present, there is a variety of therapeutic approaches claiming to ...

The Vital Glutes is written by author and respected bodywork specialist John Gibbons and looks at one of the most neglected areas of the body: the gluteal muscles.  The book takes you on a fascinating journey of enlightenment, teaching the reader to recognize pain and dysfunctional patterns that arise from the gluteal muscles.   Questions answered in the book include: Why are the glutes potentially causing pain and dysfunction to distant sites...

Luxury Anatomy Book: Anatomy in Black
Reviews / 10th February 2016

Anatomy in Black, released 1 October 2015, is a sophisticated coffee table book for anatomy lovers and casual observers alike. It illustrates the beauty of human anatomy reflected in a contemporary hardback book, created entirely in black and gold. Traditional anatomical imagery is given a new lease of life through modern interpretation in this stylish publication. The book comprehensively leads the reader through the human body in s...

Bowen Unravelled: A Journey Into the Fascial Understanding of the Bowen Technique
Reviews / 16th March 2015

Author Julian Baker, a leading teacher of The Bowen Technique, paves the way in Bowen Unravelled: A Journey Into the Facial Understanding of the Bowen Technique. After many years’ experience working with other Bowen Technique practitioners, Baker set out to write this comprehensive, groundbreaking work that bridges the gap between alternative therapy, anatomical reasoning and scientific understanding of the Bowen Technique, one of th...

The Massage Therapist’s Pocketbook of Pathology
Reviews / 9th March 2015

When you’re a massage therapist, the more information you have about a patient’s condition the better as you will be able to work with increased confidence and effectiveness. If you know the pathology behind an aliment, you can make a more informed decision on how best to treat the patient and this is where Su Fox’s new book The Massage Therapist’s Pocketbook of Pathology comes in. Written for massage therapists, the book features ma...

Better Health through Natural Healing: How to Get Well without Drugs and Surgery
Reviews / 9th March 2015

For anyone wanting to improve his or her health and general wellbeing, Better Health through Natural Healing: How to Get Well without Drugs and Surgery, is the perfect read. Nowadays, more and more people are seeking alternative ways to treat themselves and their families and this book provides practical advice for treating over 100 common diseases and ailments including acne, digestive disorders and depression. Better Health through...

Yoga: Fascia, Anatomy and Movement
Reviews / 9th March 2015

In the forward to Joanne Avison’s beautifully produced book, Thomas Myers, fascia ‘guru’ and proponent of kinaesthetic intelligence, sums up how fascial awareness and yoga can inform each other and lead to a deeper understanding of the body, mind and spirit.  This comprehensive and engaging guide will not only inform yoga teachers and practitioners, but also body workers in general (particularly in regards to recommending yoga as par...

Fascial Dysfunction: Manual Therapy Approaches
Reviews / 9th March 2015

Leon Chaitow has gathered contributions from twenty leading experts for this helpful guide to the latest research and therapy approaches to fascial dysfunction.  An authority on fascia, Chaitow begins with an outline of current definitions and explanations of this important, multi-purpose tissue, which over the past decade has been the topic of exciting scientific research.  At present, there is a variety of therapeutic approaches cl...

The Vital Glutes: Connecting the Gait Cycle to Pain and Dysfunction
Reviews / 9th March 2015

The Vital Glutes is written by author and respected bodywork specialist John Gibbons and looks at one of the most neglected areas of the body: the gluteal muscles.  The book takes you on a fascinating journey of enlightenment, teaching the reader to recognize pain and dysfunctional patterns that arise from the gluteal muscles.   Questions answered in the book include: Why are the glutes potentially causing pain and dysfunction to dis...