Summary: An integration of the traditional energetic concepts and techniques of shiatsu with Western osteopathic and therapeutic massage. In this book, an expert in the Asian art of finger-pressure massage shifts the practice of shiatsu from the floor to the massage table-increasing the comfort of the patient, conserving the energy of the therapist, and augmenting the effects of treatment. Skillfully integrating current Western scientific research with traditional energetic c
oncepts and techniques of shiatsu, Carl Dubitsky provides a new perspective on this ancient healing art. His analysis of the muscular anatomy of the points and pathways makes shiatsu techniques more accessible to health professionals and bodyworkers of all schools.
Summary: An integration of the traditional energetic concepts and techniques of shiatsu with Western osteopathic and therapeutic massage. In this book, an expert in the Asian art of finger-pressure massage shifts the practice of shiatsu from the floor to the massage table-increasing the comfort of the patient, conserving the energy of the therapist, and augmenting the effects of treatment. Skillfully integrating current Western scientific research with traditional energetic concepts and techniques of shiatsu, Carl Dubitsky provides a new perspective on this ancient healing art. His analysis of the muscular anatomy of the points and pathways makes shiatsu techniques more accessible to health professionals and bodyworkers of all schools. ...show less
Edition/Copyright:97 Cover: Paperback Publisher:Healing Arts Press Published: 05/28/1997 International: No
"A well-reseached and thoughtful bridge between bodywork and modern medicine...its thoroughness and precision provide the depth of concrete information that is missing from virtualy all other works."
--Dean Juhan, author of Job's Body
"Carl Dubitsky brings compassion and expertise to his therapeutic and educational endeavors. His work is powerful and effective."
--Robert K. King, Past President, American Massage Therapy Assoc.
"A monumental effort and a 'must read' text for professional practitioners of Oriental bodywork therapy or massage therapists interested in Oriental bodywork therapy. The book is meticulously researched, and very well-written in fabulous detail with cited sources."
"Packed with valuable information presented in a clear, concise, and useful manner, Bodywork Shiatsu takes the mystery out of energy work. A well-researched and thoughtful bridge between body work and modern medicine and between the mutually supportive truths of ancient and modern sciences. It is a significant exploration into the concrete anatomical, physiological, and neurological reasons why shiatsu in particular--and bodywork in general--can be such effective therapeutic tools."
--Yolanda Ahser, Massage Therapy Journal
Inner Traditions International, Limited Web Site, August, 2002
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BodyWork Shiatsu Bringing the Art of Finger Pressure to the Massage Table
Foreword by Deane Juhan Preface Part 1: View From the East 1. Origins and Objectives of BodyWork Shiatsu 2. Oriental Cosmology 3. Oriental Physiology: The Essential Substances and Internal Organs 4. Oriental Anatomy: Meridian and Acupoint Theory 5. Oriental Assessment and Diagnosis Part 2: View From The West 6. The Effects of BodyWork Shiatsu: A Western Perspective Part 3: Preparation for the Practice of BodyWork Shiatsu 7. Finger and Hand Techniques 8. Road Signs 9. At Your Table Part 4: Full Body Treatment 10. Back Warm-up 11. Treatment of the Back 12. Treatment of the Hip and Buttocks 13. Treatment of the Posterior Legs 14. Treatment of the Ankles and Feet 15. Treatment of the Scapulae and Upper Arms 16. Treatment of the Upper Back 17. Treatment of the Neck 18. Treatment of the Face 19. Treatment of the Head 20. Treatment of the Abdomen 21. Treatment of the Chest and Arms 22. Treatment of the Hands 23. Treatment of the Anterior Legs 24. Seated Shiatsu Appendix 1 Appendix 2 Appendix 3 Notes Bibliography Index
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