1. The Anatomy of Exercise & Movement: for the study of dance, pilates, sport and yoga

    (Jo Ann Staugaard-Jones) Reviewed by: Kent Fyrth

  2. The Anatomy of Pilates

    (Paul Massey) Reviewed by: Mario-Paul Cassar

  3. The Anatomy of Stretching

    (Brad Walker) Reviewed by: Sandra Goodman PhD

  4. The Art Of HVT DVD

    (by David Lintonbon DO PG Cert (Clin Ed)) Reviewed by: Jonathan Lawrence

  5. The Atlas of Musculo-Skeletal Anatomy

    (by Chris Jarmey) Reviewed by: Mario-Paul Cassar

  6. The Concise Book of Muscles

    (Chris Jarmey) Reviewed by: Joel Carbonnel

  7. The Concise Book of Trigger Points 3rd edition

    (Simeon Niel-Asher B Phil BSc (Ost)) Reviewed by: David Lintonbon

  8. The Concise Book of Trigger Points: 2nd Edition

    (Simeon Niel-Asher) Reviewed by: Mario-Paul Cassar

  9. The Pocket Atlas of Human Anatomy

    (The Late Chris Jarmey MCSP DS MRSS) Reviewed by: Darien Pritchard

  10. The Secret Language of Anatomy

    (Cecilia Brassett, Emily Evans, Isla Fay. Forward by Alice Roberts) Reviewed by: John R Cross

  11. The Vital Shoulder Complex - An Illustrated Guide to Assessment, Treatment and Rehabilitation

    (John Gibbons) Reviewed by: Jonathan Lawrence

  12. Trail Guide to the Body

    (Andrew Biel. Illustrations by Robin Dorn.) Reviewed by: Jackie Pietroni

  13. Understanding the Human Foot – An Illustrated Guide to Form and Function for Practitioners

    (James Earls MSc with Contribution from Lucy Wintle) Reviewed by: Jonathan Lawrence

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