Massage: A Practical Introduction

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Element, 1997 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 138 pages
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Massage is one of the most popular forms of natural therapy. This book explains the principles of movement, the muscles of the body, what massage is and where it comes from, and how it can help. The techniques of massage are explained and clearly illustrated.

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The Author is a well known and extraordinarily gifted man.
He has helped the reader to learn and importantly become responsible for their own health.
Stewart Mitchell has been a teacher and this book is a useful compendium and reference. 

Contents

Foreword by Dr Gordon Latto MB ChB
1
Massage for Pleasure Exercise and Health
5
The Anatomy of Movement
11
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About the author (1997)

Mitchell studied naturopathy in Edinburgh, India & the USA. He has a health practice & ITEC registered massage training school in Exeter, Devon & conducts in-service training for NHS staff. He combines this with running The Cafe, an outdoor restaurant.

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