Fokin full course of massage

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Fokin VN
Full course massage: Study posobie.- 2 ed.,
Corr. and add. / V. Fokin. - M .: FAIR PRESS
2004. - 512 p: ill.

A new book by VN Fokin, who created his own school
wellness and therapeutic massage has become a generalization
tion of his many years of work in this system. Tracing
the author's work in a short period of time, you can
I say with certainty that he inherits and develops
the best traditions of Russian and foreign schools
massage, and its concerns about the spread of this knowledge
They deserve recognition and gratitude. The book contains
a detailed description of classical techniques and copyright
methodologies for different parts of the massage master
the body cope with the consequences of injuries, relieve sosto-
yanie in many diseases.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER I. HISTORY OF MASSAGE 3
CHAPTER II. IMPACT massage on the body 9
EFFECTS OF MASSAGE ON SKIN 9
The impact of massage on muscle 12
The impact of massage on the articular ligament
UNIT 14
Impact of massage on cardiovascular
And Lymphatic System 15
The impact of massage on the nervous system. . . . 17
The impact of massage on the internal organs
And metabolism 19
CHAPTER III. Hygienic bases MASSAGE 22
Requirements for premises and equipment 22
REQUIREMENTS masseur 23
Hand Care masseur 25
Exercise Hand '26
REQUIREMENTS massaged 26
Indications and contraindications
Hygienic massage 28
CHAPTER IV. Massage system and its classification. 30
Massage system 30
Massages 35
Hygienic massage 35
Massage Therapy 35
Sports Massage 47
Cosmetic massage 49
Massage techniques. . 50
53 forms of massage
CHAPTER V. SOME NOTES ON massages and description
Saniye his admission 58
BASIC CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS 58
Basic rules and sequence of massage 60
61 massage techniques
Stroking 62
Squeezing 67
Kneading 71
Rubbing 88
Vibration 100
Movement of the joints 109
CHAPTER VI. MASSAGE BODY 118
MASSAGE BACK body surface 118
Back massage 118
Massage the neck 129
Massage the back of the neck 129
Massage around the 7 th cervical vertebra 132
Massage the front of the neck 132
Massage larynx 133
Massage pelvis 134
Massage the gluteal mashts 134
Massage sacrum (the far side) 136
Massage iliac crest 136
Massage the hip 138
Massage the lower extremities 139
Massage hips 139
Massage knee 142
Massage the back of the leg 143
Massage the Achilles tendon 146
Massage heel 148
Massage the soles of 150
Massage of the upper limbs 152
Massage the front of the shoulder (flexor) 152
Massage the inside of the elbow joint 154
Massage the front surface of the forearm (flexor) 155
Massage the palm of the hand 157
Massage shoulder joint 158
Massage deltoid (arm of the same name). . . 161
Massage the back surface (triceps), shoulder
(Opposite hand, standing at the head, the face of the feet). 162
Massage the outer surface of the elbow joint (single
noun hand at the position before the hands massaged
a) 163
Massage the back surface (extensors) forearm
(Opposite hand, if the position the hands massaged
in front of) 165
Massage wrist (opposite hand). . 166
Massage the back of the brush 168
Massage fingers 169
Massage of the shoulder joint (second position) 169
Massage deltoid (second position). . . . 170
Massage the back of the (triceps), shoulder (second
position) 170
Massage the elbow (second position) 170
MASSAGE front of the body 170
Breast massage 171
Massage pectoralis major 172
Massage breast 173
Massage intercostal spaces 174
Massage sternum (in the attachment of the pectoralis major
muscle) 174
Massage the lower extremities 176
Massage hips 176
Massage knee 180
Massage tibia 181
Massage ankle 186
Massage the back of the foot 188
Small upper extremities 189
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