Anatomy Trains: Myofascial Meridians for Manual and Movement
Therapies by Thomas W. Myers, Leon Chaitow,
Deane Juhan. Churchill Livingstone; (October
9, 2001); ISBN: 0443063516. In
depth look at how fascial lines pull us into patterns.
Myers is one of the best thinkers and communicators
in the structural integration community. Great pictures,
interesting discussion, and superb organization.
Core Program : Fifteen Minutes a Day That Can Change
Your Life by Peggy Brill, Gerald
Secor Couzens. Bantam; (January 1, 2003); ISBN:
0553380842. Phenomenal resource
— a program you can do to maintain myofascial strength
and balance for the rest of your life. Written for women
but works for men as well. If you travel a lot, I recommend
this program, which can be done anywhere.
The Endless Web: Fascial Anatomy and Physical Reality
by Louis R. Schultz, Rosemary Feitis. North Atlantic Books; (November
1996); ISBN: 1556432283. Want to learn even
more about fascia? This is an oldie but a goodie.
Multifidus Back Pain Solution: Simple Exercises That
Target the Muscles That Count by Jim Johnson,
Scott D. Boden. New Harbinger Pubns; 1st edition
(June 15, 2002); ISBN: 1572242787. Compilation
absolute latest in back pain research. Everybody
needs to know about the information and exercises presented.
No woo-woo; just hard science.
Free : A Revolutionary Method for Stopping Chronic Pain
by Pete Egoscue. Bantam; (February 29, 2000);
ISBN: 0553379887. Another solid
resource for exercises that change alignment. Look for
other books by this author specifically for women and
Reestablishing the Natural Alignment and Structural Integration
of the Human Body for Vitality and Well-Being by
Ida P. Rolf, Ron Thompson. Inner Traditions Intl Ltd;
Revised edition (November 1990); ISBN: 0892813350. The
tome. I haven't read this edition. The editing was
very poor in the earlier versions (what do you expect
from a bunch of hippies...). But if you can look past
the surface, the material is profound.
If you want to learn about Rolfing from the
master, this is the source.
for Scoliosis (Booklet or Video) by Elise
Browning Miller. Presents poses for scoliosis,
information on scoliosis, describes benefits of yoga
for scoliosis. Visit www.yogaforscoliosis.com Finally,
somebody put it all in one place. If you have scoliosis — Rolfing,
the Core Program (above), and yoga need to be in your toolbox.