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C h e c k o u t A B M P 's l a t e s t n e w s a n d b l o g p o s t s . Av a i l a b l e a t w w w. a b m p . c o m . 113 Balancing the Pelvis DVD Anatomy Trains author Thomas Myers takes viewers on a tour of the 20 myofascial units (muscles) surrounding the pelvis, explaining the anatomy, the approach, and the techniques. This three-DVD set includes various strategies for common positional problems of the pelvis, as well as pre- and postnatal issues. Approved for six NCBTMB CEs, the set is available for $119.95 at or 888-546-3747. The Manduka Pro This limited-edition mat by artist Ryan McGinness outperforms others with its dense cushioning, strong grip, and lifetime guarantee. This inaugural artistic collaboration celebrates the practice of yoga by giving two children a free yoga class with each purchase. The elegant design will inspire yogis of all ages. Available for $150 from GRID STK Foam Roller The GRID STK and GRID STK-X are innovations in handheld foam rollers as they're specifi cally designed with a three- dimensional surface to allow the user to roll, release, and relieve minor aches and pains. Available in two densities—regular and extra- fi rm X—the rollers are water-resistant, simple to clean, and are backed by a one-year warranty. Available for $34.99 at Embodied Being Jeffrey Maitland's text looks at the philosophical side of bodywork. Grounded in his decades of practice as a Rolfer and Zen meditator, the 176-page book offers a method for training practitioners how to see holistically, acknowledging the crucial role perception plays in assessing clients. The full scope of body- mind healing is illuminated from the point of view of both practitioner and client. Available for $21.95 in print or digital at

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