FRANKLIN, Eric (2002) Relax Your Neck, Liberate Your Shoulders: The Ultimate Exercise Program for Tension Relief. Princeton Book Company





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Transfer pain permanently into well-being.
We're stressed out and have no time. And, once again, our necks are sore and our shoulders are tense.
What can we do to become more permanently flexible, and to face daily challenges more calmly-without the usual tension that gives us headaches and makes us sore all over?
The exercises developed by Eric Franklin make it possible to become loose and relaxed in a playful way, and to discover increased lightness in both body and soul.
These exercises can be used to target specific problems, but are also very effective in transforming pain into well-being.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
PREFACE:
KEEPING THE NOODLES ON THE FORK

INTRODUCTION
ideokinesis: exercising with internal imagery
thinking patterns
structure of this book

1. TENSION
tension as misinterpreted movement
protection from tension
time pressures and time robbers
time abundance

2. RELAXATION FOR BEGINNERS
organs create flexibility
the balance between being and doing
regeneration-a full-time job
relaxing the shoulders
arm shaking
70% water
discrimination and discernment
shaking the diaphragm
stretching the diaphragm
collarbone massage
the swing of the pendulum
feet and shoulders
friend tension


3. REFRESH YOUR JOINTS
the nature of joints
the shoulder girdle
the shoulder blade
movement of the shoulder blade
humeroscapular rhytm (H-rhythm)
the coracoid process
finger to shoulder vlade connections (after Bonnie Cohen)
the shoulder joint


4. MUSCLE HARMONY
muscle sliding 
the trapezius
active muscle elongation
the rhomboids
the serratus anterior muscle
the levator scapulae
the triangular of deltoid muscle
arm rotators
the major and minor pectorals 
the latissimus dorsi

5. ORGAN RELAXATION
heart or brain
soft axes

6. PARTNERING: THE RELAXATION DUET
the wrist joints
roll up and roll down with the spinous processes
letting go
hand on the table

7. RELAXED AT YOUR DESK, WITHOUT A CARE ON YOUR CHAIR
active pelvic floor- relaxed shoulders
bringing space to the armpits
bringing space to the shoulders
standing and sitting
shopping bags for posture exercises

8. HELP FOR THE NECK
neck freedom
the neck starts in the back
four joints
te muscles of the atlas and the axis
the sternomastoid muscle
loosening the jaw muscles
relaxing the tongue 

9. GIVING ONESELF UP TO PLAY
devotion in daily life

Other books by Eric Franklin
Workshops
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