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Bodywise: An Introduction to Hellerwork for Regaining Flexibility & Well-Being

HELLER Joseph & HENKIN William A. [Other titles by this author]

ISBN: 9781556435249

North Atlantic Books 2004 1st Edition

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'The purpose of this book is to explain something of the way all human bodies funciton in order to give you a greater ability to feel alive in your own body; to have more pleasure and fewer problems with it; and to explore its interconnecting with other parts of the universe, beginning with your own multi-faceted self ... Hellerwork assumes that we are responsible for our bodies; that we have a choice; that life can be better from now on. Anyone can experience him/herself as a full manifestation of spirit in the simple acts of daily life...'

As the first president of the Rolf Institute - founded to perpetuate Ida Rolf’s work - Joseph Heller developed ways to expand what Rolf had accomplished by adding movement education to the system she had originated. His own brand of deep-tissue bodywork, known as 'Hellerwork', embodies that adaptation. It is a physiological approach to mind-body integration that enables people to regain their natural flexibility and vitality, and consequently to expand their emotional and cognitive horizons. Hellerwork offers a broadly-based approach to mind-body integration.

'As someone who has experienced Hellerwork - and Joseph Heller - I can say that for me, the name is synonymous with quality. Given the standards Josheph has set for his practitioners and his life, it's no surprise to find a book that is a classic in its field - one of the few I'd keep on my shelf as a reference work' - Dan Millman, author of Way of the Peaceful Warrior & The Warrior Athlete.

230 x 180mm

275pp

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