Rolfing: Reestablishing the Natural Alignment and Structural Integration of the Human Body for Vitality and Well-Being
Simon and Schuster, 01.10.1989 - 304 Seiten
This seminal work made its debut in 1977, and it has since remained the most important reference for Rolfers around the world. In this new edition, the late Dr. Rolf illustrates her theory and practice of Structural Integration, which brings the body into alignment and balance by manipulation of the connective tissue. Rolfing has helped thousands of people to stand taller, look better, move with greater ease, and have a greater sense of vitality and well-being. This is the original and classic text, with more than 600 illustrations and photographs. An indispensible reference for the hundreds of Rolfers in this country, it will also appeal to other professional bodyworkers and the interested lay person.
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The Pelvis Has Many Facets
The Joint that Determines Symmetry
Function Is Movement
The Function of a Normal Erect Spine Is to Distribute Weight
Function as a Relationship
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aberrated adductors adjustment ANATOMY ankle apparent appropriate attached balance basic becomes bones brain called cartilage cartilaginous cervical spine cervical vertebrae chronic clavicle coccyx collagen compensations complex contour deterioration disc displaced distortion dorsal ectoderm elastic emotional energy equipoise erector spinae extensors fascia femur fibers flex flexion flexors foot function gluteus maximus gravity hamstrings head hip joint horizontal human individual ischial tuberosity knee Lateral view lengthen ligaments lower lumbar spine lumbar vertebrae man’s mechanism medial mesoderm movement muscles muscular neck nerve nervous system normal organ overlying pain pattern pelvis photographs physical physiological picture piriformis plane position problem processes psoas psychological random body recti rectus abdominis rectus femoris relation resilience result rhomboids ribcage ribs rotation sacrum scapulae schema segments shortening shoulder girdle shows skull spinal structure spinous spinous processes strain Structural Integration superficial surface tendon thigh tone transmitted transverse processes units upper vertical walking weight