Corpo vivo: Reeducação do movimento (Portuguese Edition) by Ivaldo Bertazzo

By Ivaldo Bertazzo

Corpo vivo contém uma síntese do método Bertazzo, fruto da miscigenação de estudos do movimento, de técnicas de dança e da percepção corporal das diversas culturas que o autor vivenciou. Redigido de forma leve e bem-humorada, em linguagem acessível tanto a leigos quanto a profissionais, e composto por numerosas fotografias e ilustrações com sugestões de sequências de exercícios, o livro conta com a colaboração das fisioterapeutas Ana Marta Nunes, Geni Castro, Juliana Storto e Liza Ostermayer.

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