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Transformation Through Bodywork : Using Touch Therapies for Inner Peace

By Menkin, Dan

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Book Id: WPLBN0100002846
Format Type: PDF (eBook)
File Size: 29.28 MB.
Reproduction Date: 6/1/1966

Title: Transformation Through Bodywork : Using Touch Therapies for Inner Peace  
Author: Menkin, Dan
Volume:
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Psychology, Inner Peace Facilitation for Bodyworkers
Collections: Authors Community, New Age
Historic
Publication Date:
1966
Publisher: Bear and Company
Member Page: dan menkin

Description
This book was originally written and self-published for bodyworkers, descriptively titled, “Facilitating Inner Peace: Exploring the Integration of Inner Peace Counseling and Transformation-Oriented Bodywork.” In 1996 Bear & Company published an expanded and revised edition for general readers. If you open the book, you can read the descriptive and introductory material, reviews on the back cover, and About the Author on page 227. There are also 13 additional chapters available in the companion e-book, Transformation Through Bodywork Continued, also available here.

Summary
Three years of articles written for Massage Magazine for bodywork practitioners on integrating inner peace facilitation with transformation-oriented bodywork.

 

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