The Role of the Fascial System in Moving From Pain to Performance

by Sue Hitzmann, Debbie Karch |  Date Released : 16 Aug 2011
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Sue Hitzmann

About the author: Sue Hitzmann

Sue Hitzmann, MS, CST, NMT, is a nationally recognized longevity fitness expert and manual therapist. Her decades of practice, research, and study of anatomical science and alternative therapies have culminated in the creation of the MELT Method® (MELT), a revolutionary approach to pain-free fitness and longevity. Drawing on cutting-edge, neurofascial science and proven manual therapy practices, Sue created MELT. This groundbreaking self-treatment program utilizes Hands-off Bodywork™ techniques to support the health, fitness, and quality of life of any person, at any age or activity level. Sue’s primary goal is to empower people to take charge of their aging process through self-care and healthy living.

For over a decade, Sue has been bringing her education, experience, and insight back to the health and fitness arena. She is a leading figure in the fitness industry, serving as a presenter for organizations such as IDEA, ECA, Planeta Barcelona, ISMETA (International Somatic Movement Education & Therapy Association), and PMA, as well as an accredited continuing education provider for ACE, AFAA, and NASM. Her 1999 video Boot Camp Training has sold more than half a million copies worldwide and remains one of the best-selling fitness videos today. The MELT Method has a dedicated audience of more than 50,000 trainers, fans, students, fitness club members, and other practitioners of the method. Her first book, The MELT Method, The 10-Minute Solution to Feeling Younger, Healthier, and Pain-Free Now!, will be released by Harper Collins in spring 2012.

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