Massage Therapy: Principles and Practice
Massage Therapy: Principles and Practice, 3rd Edition gives you everything you need to learn and apply the basic principles of massage therapy with ease! This new edition is more straightforward and easy-to-use than ever, with a new DVD that brings techniques and procedures to life, complete coverage of the latest emerging therapy options and target groups, and new practice materials to help you prepare for certification exams and therapeutic practice. Heavily illustrated and thoroughly revised to cover the widest range of modalities and massage topics in one book, it's the foundation for massage therapy success!
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UNIT ONE C 12 Integumentary System 293
UNIT TWO 20 Respiratory System 589
The Science of Body and Table Mechanics 107 24 Hydrotherapy and Spa Applications 665
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