Friday, December 11

Body Encyclopedia A Guide to the Psychological Functions of the Muscular System by Sonja Fich, and Lisbeth Marcher

The book, Body Encyclopedia by Sonja Fich, and Lisbeth Marcher is a terrific guide for those looking to take any field dealing with the human body or just an interest in the body's design.
The book is packed with details on 154 different muscles and related tissues, as well as development of the body. You get over 200 detailed illustrations in this book and some history of the development of Bodynamic Analysis. 
I think this is the most complete book about the body and changes that occur as we develop through puberty or even while giving birth. This book is packed with great guidance to certain parts of the body that many wouldn't even know we had. The body is a wonderful thing, it does so much and is a machine that we all program in some way. I always was curious to try and understand each part of the body, as it's a good idea for work in Physical Therapy, Massage and so many other professions. I love that this detailed encyclopedia really describes and explains each part from the front of the body to the back and everything inbetween. 
The book may be hard to understand for those not into the profession that deals with the body, but if you're interested in learning and want to understand the body and every part, I think it's a perfect choice and very informative book to own. At Least, instead of not understanding the doctors or wondering what they are telling you with the words of lumbar, Sacrum, Quadratus Lumborum and others, you'll be able to respond back or just know what they are talking about when they mention these words. I know my mom was always into finding out what each problem the doctor was trying to mention on the reports of her back, as she has a a bad back. So after a few years, she actually has an understanding of each word for her lower back and even the different parts of the back that the doctor refers to, by looking it up. However, with this book I have it all in front of me. I can refer to the Body Encyclopedia for all my body and anatomy questions. It really does come in handy in so many ways! Finally, this is an excellent book, very informative and I love the helpful illustrations inside!
Information About The Author:
Lisbeth Marcher and Sonja Fich are two of the cofounders of the Bodynamic Institute, a worldwide organization that offers Bodynamic Analysis training and services. Marcher is president of the European Association for Body-Psychotherapy. Fich is a psychotherapist, bodynamic analyst, and relaxation educator. Both live in Denmark.

Book Information:
Paperback: 568 pages
Publisher: North Atlantic Books; 1 edition (November 30, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1556439407
ISBN-13: 978-1556439407

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