Relax Your Neck, Liberate Your Shoulders: The Ultimate Exercise Program for Tension Relief

Relax Your Neck, Liberate Your Shoulders: The Ultimate Exercise Program for Tension Relief


By (author) Eric Franklin

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  • Publisher: Princeton Book Company
  • Format: Paperback | 151 pages
  • Dimensions: 188mm x 231mm x 8mm | 272g
  • Publication date: 30 July 2003
  • Publication City/Country: Pennington
  • ISBN 10: 0871272482
  • ISBN 13: 9780871272485
  • Illustrations note: b/w photos & illus
  • Sales rank: 55,761

Product description

This work, based on an established technique already used by athletes and teachers of dance called ideokinesis, is about how to transfer pain permanently into well-being. our shoulders are tense. What can we do to become more permanently flexible, and to face daily challenges more calmly and without tension. become loose and relaxed in a playful way, and to discover increased lightness in both body and soul. effective in transforming pain into well-being. Imagery and touch are the keys to this unique approach to eliminating stiffness and pain in the neck and shoulders, with simple and effective exercises that can be done at home, on the job, or while travelling. Experiment with the variety of techniques presented and choose those that work the best. signs of tension. Understand the connection between emotional states and tension. Survive stressful situations calmly and without tensing a muscle. Discover how improving the alignment of the head, neck and shoulders will ease the strain on muscles and joints and promote an aura of confidence and health.

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Author information

Eric Franklin is the founder and director of the Institute for Movement Imagery Education in Lucerne, Switzerland. He is the author of "Breakdance," "Dynamic Alignment Through Imagery," and "Dance Imagery for Technique and Performance."

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