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Fascia Release and Balance: Franklin Method Ball and Imagery Exercises

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Discover how to release your tension and improve your balance using Eric Franklin’s movement therapy and his popular Franklin Method®.

Fascia is involved with every movement, but can become restricted and immobile, limiting movement and causing tension.
 
In this book, Eric Franklin teaches his Franklin Method ball and imagery exercises to train your body in a new way and learn to release fascia.
 
Wash away tension, improve balance and experience better fundamental movement.
 
Illustrated. Softcover; 52 pages.

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October 14, 2014 / Tammy - Maple Grove, MN

Another great Franklin Method book

It seems like the word fascia is everywhere these days. It can be a really in depth subject, but it doesn't have to be, and that's what this book does perfectly. Roughly half the book talks about fascia and other connective tissues that hold your body together. The author, Eric Franklin, explains the makeup of connective tissues (how they're built, how they interact with muscle, bone, etc.) but it's done using metaphors and mental imagery that really makes it easy to absorb. The second half of the book is all ball rolling exercises. Some of them are more massage based, some of them are meant to strengthen, and all of them are aimed at helping you move better. All together, it's a great way to start or end the day. You end up working everything from your jaw to your feet. I'm a fan of the Franklin Method and this is a wonderful addition to his books.
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It seems like the word fascia is everywhere these days. It can be a really in depth subject, but it doesn't have to be, and that's what this book does perfectly. Roughly half the book talks about fascia and other connective tissues that hold your body together. The author, Eric Franklin, explains the makeup of connective tissues (how they're built, how they interact with muscle, bone, etc.) but it's done using metaphors and mental imagery that really makes it easy to absorb. The second half of the book is all ball rolling exercises. Some of them are more massage based, some of them are meant to strengthen, and all of them are aimed at helping you move better. All together, it's a great way to start or end the day. You end up working everything from your jaw to your feet. I'm a fan of the Franklin Method and this is a wonderful addition to his books.

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