Getting Clear: Body Work for Women

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Random House Incorporated, 1973 - Social Science - 290 pages
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Explains various exercises designed to help women achieve physical and mental self-awareness

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User Review  - Tiffani - Goodreads

I bought this book at Gravel & Gold (http://gravelandgold.com/) because of it's purple and red cover. Turns out the inside's awesome too! It's filled with lots hyper-Californian, uber-1970's advice about being well. Read full review

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User Review  - Paige - Goodreads

Found this at the library and was pleasantly surprised. It has a lot of interesting takes and views on a wide variety of subjects. Read full review

Contents

Starting With Myself
3
Starting With Yourself
11
Body Awareness Exercises for Yourself
17
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About the author (1973)

Anne Kent Rush has written more than a dozen books on preventive health care, including the Dell trilogy, "The Modern Book of Massage," T"he Modern Book of Yoga," and "The Modern Book of Stretching." In addition, she cocreated the pioneering two-million-copy selling manual, "The Massage Book" by George Downing, as well as authored bestselling titles, "Getting Clear: Bodywork for Women, The Back Rub Book," and" Romantic Massage." Rush has served on the teaching staff as Esalen Institute in San Francisco and Big Sur, where she helped found the women's studies program. After conducting a ten-year private practice in body therapy in California, Rush moved to the shore of the Gulf of Mexico, where she continue her work in preventive health care.
Victoria Rauhofer is a New York-based photographer who specializes in fashion and music. Her studies on the human form have appeared in such magazine as "Cosmopolitan" and "Bikini."

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