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978-1-912085-79-8
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100 full color drawings and 80 full color photographs
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27 July 2021
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£32.00 GBP / $42.00 USD

Yoga, Anatomy, Movement, Pilates

The Myofascial System in Motion

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This book is intended to help the reader be part of the rich movement dialogue in the rapidly changing field of myofascial science. Traditional anatomy has focused on the individual parts of the body usually through muscle specific actions, while Anatomy Trains® looks at the connections via myofascial lines. Tom Myers outlined his concept of the myofascial meridians in his landmark book, Anatomy Trains, which has brought attention to the relevance of understanding distribution and strain via connected areas of anatomy. This new guide, written by Anatomy Trains® faculty and workshop teacher, Lauri Nemetz, makes this concept accessible to all movement professionals and gives new insight for applications in movement disciplines such as yoga, Pilates and personal training as well as applications in somatic and movement therapies. The author also explores our wider relationship with the ageing process and environmental space. Throughout the book there are ‘movement labs’ which give the reader applications and experimental movement. There are also highlighted break out boxes. which give a window into the ideas and work of other leaders in the field of myofascial movement, in their own words.

Preface
1) Introduction to Anatomy Trains® concept and history in the timeline of movement disciplines
2) Overview of fascia and the tensegral body
3) The shape of movement/human evolution in motion
3) Game rules and game plans
4) The Cardinal Lines (superficial back line, superficial front line, lateral lines)
5) The Spiral Line (the Parasite line)
6) Our concept of Core- Deep Front Line
7) Arms and functional lines
8) Yoga specific applications
9) Pilates and Gyrotonic®
10) Training, weight work and sports specifics
11) Anatomy Trains for psychotherapeutic groups (dance/movement therapy, somatic, etc)
12) Anatomy Trains® through the ageing process
13) Environmental matters

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Lauri NEMETZ

Lauri Nemetz is an adjunct associate professor at Pace University, a licensed Creative Arts Therapist, a member of the American Association for Anatomy, a board-certified member of the Academy of Dance/Movement Therapists, a certified yoga teacher at the experienced 500-hour level, a Stott Pilates instructor, a certified yoga therapist and an occasional kayak guide.

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The Myofascial System in Motion

£32.00 GBP / $42.00 USD Free delivery in the UK and USA

This book is intended to help the reader be part of the rich movement dialogue in the rapidly changing field of myofascial science. Traditional anatomy has focused on the individual parts of the body usually through muscle specific actions, while Anatomy Trains® looks at the connections via myofascial lines. Tom Myers outlined his concept of the myofascial meridians in his landmark book, Anatomy Trains, which has brought attention to the relevance of understanding distribution and strain via connected areas of anatomy. This new guide, written by Anatomy Trains® faculty and workshop teacher, Lauri Nemetz, makes this concept accessible to all movement professionals and gives new insight for applications in movement disciplines such as yoga, Pilates and personal training as well as applications in somatic and movement therapies. The author also explores our wider relationship with the ageing process and environmental space. Throughout the book there are ‘movement labs’ which give the reader applications and experimental movement. There are also highlighted break out boxes. which give a window into the ideas and work of other leaders in the field of myofascial movement, in their own words.

Preface
1) Introduction to Anatomy Trains® concept and history in the timeline of movement disciplines
2) Overview of fascia and the tensegral body
3) The shape of movement/human evolution in motion
3) Game rules and game plans
4) The Cardinal Lines (superficial back line, superficial front line, lateral lines)
5) The Spiral Line (the Parasite line)
6) Our concept of Core- Deep Front Line
7) Arms and functional lines
8) Yoga specific applications
9) Pilates and Gyrotonic®
10) Training, weight work and sports specifics
11) Anatomy Trains for psychotherapeutic groups (dance/movement therapy, somatic, etc)
12) Anatomy Trains® through the ageing process
13) Environmental matters

Paperback, eBook
978-1-912085-79-8
1
208
100 full color drawings and 80 full color photographs
246x189
Not yet published
27 July 2021
Handspring Publishing

£32.00 GBP / $42.00 USD

Yoga, Anatomy, Movement, Pilates

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Lauri NEMETZ

Lauri Nemetz is an adjunct associate professor at Pace University, a licensed Creative Arts Therapist, a member of the American Association for Anatomy, a board-certified member of the Academy of Dance/Movement Therapists, a certified yoga teacher at the experienced 500-hour level, a Stott Pilates instructor, a certified yoga therapist and an occasional kayak guide.

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