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Intention and Non-Doing in Therapeutic Bodywork

«This deeply inquiring work invites the therapist to value not only the acutely subtle world of touch, but to self-inquire into the unseen yet palpable inner presence needed to bring an underlying truth and wholeness to the work between therapist and client. Practical exercises throughout help one embody the ultimate elegant simplicity of this approach. A beautiful, insightful masterpiece and guide for anyone working in a body-based therapeutic environment.»

Janet McGeever, Co-author of Tantric Sex and Menopause, Practices for Spiritual and Sexual Renewal

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Exploring the role of intention and safe touch in bodywork

Detaljer

Forlag
Singing Dragon
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
272
ISBN
9781787758988
Utgivelsesår
2021
Format
23 x 15 cm

Om forfatteren

Andy Pike is a registered physiotherapist (physical therapist), yoga therapist, breathwork teacher and biodynamic craniosacral therapist specialising in the treatment and management of clients affected by post traumatic stress. He has worked in various settings including hospitals, yoga schools, neurological care units, military outpatients, university clinics and private practices. Andy currently runs a health clinic in Queensland, Australia and teaches craniosacral and yoga therapy classes, workshops and seminars internationally. He is a senior tutor for Body Intelligence trainings where he tutors both undergraduate and postgraduate courses internationally (www.bodyintelligence.com). He created the postgraduate seminar called "Use of Intention & Non-Doing" for Body Intelligence. Andy also facilitates 1-3 day Cranioga workshop retreats in Australia and New Zealand (www.cranioga.com).
He has a YouTube channel called "Cranioga by Barefoot Physio", and his website is www.cranioga.com
You can listen to him being interviewed on the craniosacral podcast by Ryan Hallford (www.craniosacralpodcast.com)

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«This deeply inquiring work invites the therapist to value not only the acutely subtle world of touch, but to self-inquire into the unseen yet palpable inner presence needed to bring an underlying truth and wholeness to the work between therapist and client. Practical exercises throughout help one embody the ultimate elegant simplicity of this approach. A beautiful, insightful masterpiece and guide for anyone working in a body-based therapeutic environment.»

Janet McGeever, Co-author of Tantric Sex and Menopause, Practices for Spiritual and Sexual Renewal

«Another book worthy of reading. Andrew Pike condenses, in a brilliant manner, complex and often confusing subjects of intention and sensations. Promoting slowing down, being aware and noticing are very difficult and under-appreciated practices in our fast-paced global society. He explains how these human experiences should be considered an essential practice and not a simple luxury. Best of all he guides the reader through the simple process of accessing a quiet, deeper, inner sense of self that assists us to deal with a culture of rampant speed and unrelenting bombardment of external noise and disturbances.»

David Berceli, Ph.D., CEO of Trauma Recovery Services and Creator of Tension and Trauma Releasing Ex

«Although Andy Pike's new book is entitled, "Intention & Non-Doing in Therapeutic Bodywork", I believe the work deserves a much wider, more general audience. For 'Intention and Non-doing in Therapeutic Bodywork' is a blueprint, complete with a large number of immediately practical exercises, for how to be a better human being, more present, more often, and less reactive in the process. Recommended.»

Kit Laughlin, M. Litt., Founder of Stretch Therapy and author of Overcome neck & back pain.

«It is unusual to come across a mind that can delve so deeply into such an ethereal subject while simultaneously insisting on the embodiment of the truths discovered. You will feel Andy's insight throughout this book...his inspiring words, delicate descriptions and creative metaphors...they are alive, as is the essence they carry.»

Dr Graham Mead, MD, Creator of the InnerSense Program

«In this book Andy skilfully takes us into the detailed and nuanced world of sensation-based awareness, leading readers to greater richness, clarity, and efficacy in their work. This text is a tremendous gift to astute bodyworkers who recognize the limitations of technique-based work and are ready to explore deeper states of therapeutic insight.»

Ryan Hallford, RCST. Host of The Craniosacral Podcast and Internationally Accredited BCST Instructor

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