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Massage anatomy : a comprehensive guide / Abby Ellsworth and Peggy Altman
Bib ID 7762671
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Ellsworth, Abby, author
 
Description Heatherton, Victoria : Hinkler Books, [2009] 
©2009 
160 pages : colour illustrations ; 26 cm 
ISBN 9781741852912
Summary

Massage Anatomy takes you on a journey of relaxation and wellness that progresses from mastering the basic movements to learning how to put together a complete massage plan.

Massage.

Human body.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (page 159)

Subjects Therapeutics.  |  Human anatomy.  |  Massage.  |  Massage therapy.  |  Human anatomy.  |  Human anatomy.  |  Massage therapy.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Altman, Peggy, author

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