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SHINNEMAN, Amy
URBANCZIK, Aleš
Don St. John
BAILEY, Greer
Lu Mueller-Kaul
SCHWIND, Peter
SKILLMAN, MaryAnn
WANG, Tina J.
MULLER-KAUL, Lu
CHAITOW, Leon
KINNUNEN, Jeffrey
MUELLER-KAUL, Lu
Pages: 22-42
As I read it, rolfing’s main counterpoint just now in many people’s minds is bioenergetics (Alexander Lowen, John Pierrakos, et al. Because their work derives from his, and also because it’s such a fertile source of ideas, Wilhelm Reich’s work is well worth a good deal of study. Unfortunately, it’s scattered over a large number of hooks and a couple of languages. The best introduction to/synopsis of much of that work I’ve run across is the following lecture, which was given for an MIT class called “Forum on Human Ecology” in March, 1970. I don’t know anything about Dr. Sharaf beyond what he says himself.(K.H.)
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