The new edition of this hugely successful book continues to present a unique understanding of the role of fascia in healthy movement and postural distortion. The Anatomy Trains store has the latest in bodywork-related DVDs, books, webinars, and product packages. Our products are designed to help movement. Anatomy Trains 3rd Edition Book and Posters package by Tom Myers. Learn myofascial meridians and the anatomy of connection with 8 posters for visual.
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Anatomy Trains books for sale online. Find literature on fascia and human anatomy written by Thomas Myers, Ann Frederick, James Earls and other authorities. download Anatomy Trains - 3rd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Anatomy Trains book. Read 31 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. An accessible and comprehensive approach to the anatomy and function.
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Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other: Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Anatomy Trains by Thomas W. Anatomy Trains: Myers ,. Deane Juhan. Leon Chaitow. An accessible and comprehensive approach to the anatomy and function of the fascial system in the body combined with a holistic overview of myofascial therapy.
Many different therapists now use myofascial techniques to influence postural change and pain relief. This book demonstrates exactly how the muscles connect within the connect tissue to affect posture, compensatory An accessible and comprehensive approach to the anatomy and function of the fascial system in the body combined with a holistic overview of myofascial therapy.
This book demonstrates exactly how the muscles connect within the connect tissue to affect posture, compensatory strain, and pain patterns. The aim is to present scientifically sound and often complicated material in a way which can be easily learned, understood, and applied by those who do not necessarily have a scientific background.
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To ask other readers questions about Anatomy Trains , please sign up. Is there enough of a difference between the and the edition to warrant downloading the newer edition? I know there's been a lot of new research. Wondering if it's made it into the newer editions. I prefer to download older editions whenever I it makes sense.
Kind of similar to adopting the old one-eyed dog at the pound. Is there a place I can go to get quotes from this book? I came to goodreads in an attempt to find them. See 2 questions about Anatomy Trains…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Nov 30, Divya rated it it was amazing. Awesome place to start in terms of structural integration.
Moreover, shows how the body moves in integration versus isolation, and specific sports specific examples for example, knowing a judo roll utilizes the deep back ar Awesome place to start in terms of structural integration.
Moreover, shows how the body moves in integration versus isolation, and specific sports specific examples for example, knowing a judo roll utilizes the deep back arm line really helped the knowledge sink in.
What this book really helped me with is which specific cluster of muscles affect whole body dysfunctions, helping me get rid of restrictions to foster more efficient movements.
I do wish the CD ROM provided with this book had more info on it though, I assumed it would since the book was kind of pricey: May 07, Janel rated it really liked it. I used this book when I was working, but never actually read it cover to cover, so I am doing that now. So far it is actually amazing, and has helped add to my must reads.
There are some great "before their time" German scientists that were right on even back in the 30's! Feb 07, Brenda rated it really liked it Recommended to Brenda by: A must if you working with muscles. Tells you how to follow the paths the muscles and myofascial takes.
Superficail Back Line 1. Plantar sufrace of toe phalanges 2. Plantar fascia and short toe flexors 3.
Calcaneus 4. Condyles of femur 6. Hamstrings 7. Ischial tubersoity 8. Sacrotuberous ligament 9. Sacrum Occipital ridge Front brow ridge. As a therapist, I think the concept of individual muscle work is already exhausted and not working much for me anymore.
This book gives me a new perspective on how muscle work as a functional unit by analyzing the myofascial meridian.
Chapter 1 was rather technical but the rest of the chapters were interesting read. May 06, Kathy is currently reading it.
View 1 comment. Jun 03, Yusuf rated it it was amazing. I'm not a clinician nor a coach, but as an amateur athlete, the book opened my eyes to a whole new way of looking at the body for me at least. Now obviously an expert or practitioner is going to get a lot more out of this than I using their experience to connect the dots of their education but I feel a sense of awareness.
For which I am very glad.
If anyone would like, I also wrote what I learned as part of a blog post: Jan 13, Heather Fryling rated it it was amazing. Anatomy Trains.
It's a classic.
The book concludes with a thorough tour on BodyReading visual assessment and applications to movement such as gait, yoga, martial arts, and athletics. Includes glossary, bibliography, and several appendices on acupuncture and fascia, structural integration seen through the Anatomy Trains lens, and the pioneering work of Louis Schultz.
Jast Aubin verified owner — May 4, I absolutely love this book! Cynthia verified owner — July 2, Joel verified owner — December 7, I have been eager to get this book Anatomy Trains.
Fairly new the the world of Physical Therapy Rehab, many professionals recommended this book. A fellow coworker also had the posters in his office which I thought would be useful for my clients to see the fascial system. I highly recommend the book and the posters are great to have as well! Alandra Shaffer verified owner — January 18, Love, love, love my posters. My clients love them too.