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Published February, 2016
By Bob Chisholm and Jeff Harrison
Publisher: Triarchy Press
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Published September, 2015
By Mary Booker
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A remarkable collection of poetry, prose, photographs and personal experience on the experience of vulnerability.

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Published December, 2014
By Margaret Hannah
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A practical strategy for transforming the UK and other healthcare systems... offering an affordable, sustainable and compassionate alternative to the present mess.

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Published June, 2014
By Sandra Reeve, Katya Bloom and Margit Galanter
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Prapto's Amerta Movement has inspired thousands of people. But what is Amerta Movement? And what is it about Prapto's work that so touches therapists, artists, musicians, dancers, teachers, performers and laypeople? 30 movement practitioners from around the world (who all trained with him) describe the impact of Prapto's Amerta Movement on them.

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Published June, 2011
By Sandra Reeve
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People in different cultures and at different times in history, have held radically different ideas about the body. Understanding these differences is an essential step for anyone trying to understand different approaches to medicine, dance, theatre, psychotherapy, sex and ecology. This book presents nine lenses through which the body is viewed.

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Published May, 2010
By Bill Sharpe
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Bill Sharpe opens this delightfully fresh collection of essays by wondering how we can talk about, evaluate and compare things that matter, without immediately putting a monetary value on them. Sharpe's answer draws on the principles of ecological thinking to redefine our hitherto narrow understanding of terms like economy and value.

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