Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Review Opp 5-Change Your Body,Change the World
Introducing "Big Health": The connection between individual, social, and environmental
health in today's world
Seattle, WA - August 12, 2010 - Frank Forencich releases his latest book, Change Your Body,Change the World, in September 2010. The timely release explores the innovative
idea that individual, social, and environmental health are complementary reflections of one another.
He's coined this theory "Big Health".
"We've been looking at the body in isolation for far too long," commented rank. "What we need now more than ever is a sense of integration, integration not only of mind, body and spirit, but also of land, habitat and community."
Change Your Body, Change the World is a collection of essays, each reflecting one
aspect of the contemporary human predicament and the state of the body. Frank shared
with us a few sentences from the first chapter:
The body is set to make a comeback, and not a moment too soon..We've medicalized every dimension of physical living: birth, exercise, food and death.But there's a change in the air and on the ground..It's time for the body to get back into the act.
This is just the start. Change Your Body, Change the World is ahead of its time and digs farther into this place of full integration more than any other book or concept before.
About the book:
Change Your Body,Change the World by Frank Forencich
Publisher: Exuberant Animal
Date of publish: September 2010
About the author:
Frank Forencich is an internationally-recognized leader in health education, fitness and performance training. His diverse studies drive his philosophy, vision and commitment to change the way people live and work. Most recently, he founded the innovative health organization, Exuberant Animal. In addition to Change Your Body, Change the World, he has authored three books, Play as if Your Life Depends on It, Exuberant Animal, and The Exuberant Animal Play Book.
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