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Issues in Your Tissues is a practical, easy-to read guide to exploring the emotional holding that creates physical stress, pain and dis-ease. Full of stories, cartoons, exercises and clear descriptions, this book gives you the insight and tools you need to go into your body and get the healing answers you've been looking for. "Our bodies continue to experience physical symp Issues in Your Tissues is a practical, easy-to read guide to exploring the emotional holding that creates physical stress, pain and dis-ease. Full of stories, cartoons, exercises and clear descriptions, this book gives you the insight and tools you need to go into your body and get the healing answers you've been looking for. "Our bodies continue to experience physical symptoms as long as we carry the emotional “charge” or vibration associated with them. Your bones may have knitted back together and you may have regained physical function, but if you have not also released the sadness or anger or fear in those tissues, your body will continue to let you know there are still issues to work on. The trick is recognizing your symptoms as an indication that there may be something non-physical to heal and then letting your body guide you to a solution."


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Issues in Your Tissues is a practical, easy-to read guide to exploring the emotional holding that creates physical stress, pain and dis-ease. Full of stories, cartoons, exercises and clear descriptions, this book gives you the insight and tools you need to go into your body and get the healing answers you've been looking for. "Our bodies continue to experience physical symp Issues in Your Tissues is a practical, easy-to read guide to exploring the emotional holding that creates physical stress, pain and dis-ease. Full of stories, cartoons, exercises and clear descriptions, this book gives you the insight and tools you need to go into your body and get the healing answers you've been looking for. "Our bodies continue to experience physical symptoms as long as we carry the emotional “charge” or vibration associated with them. Your bones may have knitted back together and you may have regained physical function, but if you have not also released the sadness or anger or fear in those tissues, your body will continue to let you know there are still issues to work on. The trick is recognizing your symptoms as an indication that there may be something non-physical to heal and then letting your body guide you to a solution."

42 review for Issues in Your tissues: Heal Body and Emotion from the Inside Out

  1. 4 out of 5

    Doug Spaeth

    Denise LaBarre's book, Issues in Your Tissues, is a must read for professional massage therapists, counselors, social workers, and clients of all of these professionals, as it gives us a deeper understanding of what most of us are working to improve in our lives and in our professions. As a massage professional myself for over a decade, I can attest to the usefulness and effectiveness of the skills we can acquire and enhance as discussed in this unique and wonderful book, filled with humor and c Denise LaBarre's book, Issues in Your Tissues, is a must read for professional massage therapists, counselors, social workers, and clients of all of these professionals, as it gives us a deeper understanding of what most of us are working to improve in our lives and in our professions. As a massage professional myself for over a decade, I can attest to the usefulness and effectiveness of the skills we can acquire and enhance as discussed in this unique and wonderful book, filled with humor and compassionate anecdotes of actual case studies and client experiences. Denise gives us a way to grasp our intuitions and keep them active and useful in our daily work as human beings and healing professionals. The greatest gift we can give our clients and ourselves is this awareness of our truth found within ourselves and facilitated by others who tap into it for us; Denise will help you seize that skill with a read of this excellent book. Thank you, Doug Spaeth, LMT, MEd

  2. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl Olson

    It’s a fast paced life, isn’t it? Filled with demands, stress, past mistakes and regrets, and all these things can show up ,of course ,in your body and your spirit and mental health and emotions as well. The idea of the mind-body-soul connection is not a new one, I think we can all attest that they are all linked together. For example, we know that too much stress shows up in our body with high blood pressure, tension in our muscles, etc. We know that, but the question is, how do we practically It’s a fast paced life, isn’t it? Filled with demands, stress, past mistakes and regrets, and all these things can show up ,of course ,in your body and your spirit and mental health and emotions as well. The idea of the mind-body-soul connection is not a new one, I think we can all attest that they are all linked together. For example, we know that too much stress shows up in our body with high blood pressure, tension in our muscles, etc. We know that, but the question is, how do we practically handle it, and what are some positive steps we can take to help ourselves to live in a truly healthy, balanced way? A great answer to this problem is the insightful book Issues in Your Tissues by Denise La Barre. As I picked up this book to read, I’ll be honest, I battled to read it. Was the writing poor? Nope, that wasn’t it, it’s great, easy to read, filled with wonderful stories of all the people she has helped over the years, illustrations, and even a cartoon or two thrown in. Was it my inability to connect with the information ? Wrong again, I found the deep breathing exercises and other interesting information on my mind throughout the day. I realized that my battle was my own. That battle we all face ,in taking the time to really be honest with yourself and deal with some things that need to change for some healing and growth to take place. So why do I drag you into my battles? I do because they might be yours as well. The pace of life, the needs of others and all the things on your plate may be holding you back, but I urge you to take the time to read this book and truly implement even just a little bit of what Denise shared as it will benefit you, your own body- mind, soul , emotions and spirit and the people who love you as well. A healthier you will benefit all those around you. In this book Denise uses her expertise as a licensed massage therapist and her fascination with people and their stories and got to the point in her career where she grew “adept at intuitively feeling emotional energy held in muscle tissue and translating that into concepts her clients could understand and use to release their pent up energy.” You will find these concepts outlined in this book - from learning how to release long held emotion and truly receive healing to learning full-breathing techniques that truly help heal the body as well. She explores this by showing the reader how we have learned to breathe shallowly and how we walk around breath-less and under-oxygenated. Wonderful exercises are outlined in this chapter- be sure to do them!! Another aspect of this book is that Denise really urges you to follow your intuition with regards to reading this book as certain aspects of it might be more pertinent to you now and others will be later. We all have different stages we are dealing with in regards to our healing process, so we can tackle a little bit at a time as your intuition guides you. She also explores how stress, unresolved emotions and learning to love yourself and your body are all parts that are necessary to the ongoing journey to good health and healing. I found it particularly fascinating how the different parts of the body were linked to different traumas/emotions and how she could discern what was going on according to the tightness and knots there and lovingly guide her client to truly helping them get to the bottom of their physical pain by seeing it linked to some emotional pain and then find a way through it. I did enjoy the journey of reading this book and urge others to pick this one up, but don’t let it sit on the shelf, read it and implement those exercises and look to love yourself enough to pursue good health, healing from old wounds, and truly taking care of yourself and your body. 4 stars I received a complimentary digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Paige Baldwin

    It's rare to find a book that approaches the body in a way that's as practical as it is insightful, but Issues in Your Tissues does just that. Ms. LaBarre writes in a way that draws the reader in and allows us to see through her eyes as a bodyworker with years of practical experience and a very keen sense of intuition. She interweaves stories from her own life and practice with ideas about the mind-body-spirit connection, practical and easy-to-implement exercises, and fascinating perspectives on It's rare to find a book that approaches the body in a way that's as practical as it is insightful, but Issues in Your Tissues does just that. Ms. LaBarre writes in a way that draws the reader in and allows us to see through her eyes as a bodyworker with years of practical experience and a very keen sense of intuition. She interweaves stories from her own life and practice with ideas about the mind-body-spirit connection, practical and easy-to-implement exercises, and fascinating perspectives on the way our bodies hold emotions. Some of the most valuable and effective information I got from this book was about the breath and how we can use it to inhabit our bodies more fully in every moment of our lives. Here in particular Ms. LaBarre's detailed and accessible exercises prove themselves to be engaging and helpful. As a bodyworker, many of the stories from this book also resonated with me, and I found myself thinking of my own experiences as a practitioner with a slightly different perspective. But this book is really for anyone who is curious about the body and about how to live more fully and vibrantly in it. Highly recommended!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Maryanne Grabo

    This is not a book I can say that I have read and just leave it at that. I am rather considering it a reference guide, something I can and will return to from time to time. The first thing I learned is that there are so often times I really don't breath. One would think, well, how can you not breath and be living. It is not that I am not breathing, I am just not taking full breaths that relieve stress and anxiety and bring focus. What a difference one simple correction in life can make. It did ta This is not a book I can say that I have read and just leave it at that. I am rather considering it a reference guide, something I can and will return to from time to time. The first thing I learned is that there are so often times I really don't breath. One would think, well, how can you not breath and be living. It is not that I am not breathing, I am just not taking full breaths that relieve stress and anxiety and bring focus. What a difference one simple correction in life can make. It did take me a long time to read the book, but not because it was not a good book. On top of the fact that I am relatively a slow reader, it took me time because while I was reading it I was learning from it. This book helps each reader with their own personal issues,which I am not so ready to share with you all, but I can say that I have benefited and believe others can to.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Morgan

    If you'd like a how to on interacting inappropriately with your clients, this is a great book. Reading accounts of this therapist asking questions way outside the scope of a massage therapist made me very uncomfortable, especially combined with views too "New Age" for me. Borrowed from a friend, happy to return it! If you'd like a how to on interacting inappropriately with your clients, this is a great book. Reading accounts of this therapist asking questions way outside the scope of a massage therapist made me very uncomfortable, especially combined with views too "New Age" for me. Borrowed from a friend, happy to return it!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Junichiro

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  8. 4 out of 5

    Emily Grass

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  10. 5 out of 5

    Sachi

  11. 4 out of 5

    Denise LaBarre

  12. 4 out of 5

    Brooke Hart

  13. 5 out of 5

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    Denise LaBarre ΦBK, University of California-Santa Barbara, 1986 Author From the publisher: Issues in Your Tissues is a practical, easy-to read guide to exploring the emotional holding that creates physical stress, pain and dis-ease. Full of stories, cartoons, exercises and clear descriptions, this book gives you the insight and tools you need to go into your body and get the healing answers you've been looking for. "Our bodies continue to experience physical symptoms as long as we carry the emotion Denise LaBarre ΦBK, University of California-Santa Barbara, 1986 Author From the publisher: Issues in Your Tissues is a practical, easy-to read guide to exploring the emotional holding that creates physical stress, pain and dis-ease. Full of stories, cartoons, exercises and clear descriptions, this book gives you the insight and tools you need to go into your body and get the healing answers you've been looking for. "Our bodies continue to experience physical symptoms as long as we carry the emotional “charge” or vibration associated with them. Your bones may have knitted back together and you may have regained physical function, but if you have not also released the sadness or anger or fear in those tissues, your body will continue to let you know there are still issues to work on. The trick is recognizing your symptoms as an indication that there may be something non-physical to heal and then letting your body guide you to a solution."

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