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A movement therapy based on mind-body integration that can involve gentle movement of a client's limbs to induce deep relaxation is A. the Alexander Technique. B. the Trager® Approach. C. Rolfing® Structural Integration. D. the Feldenkrais Method®.
A movement therapy based on mind-body integration that can involve gentle movement of a client's limbs to induce deep relaxation is the Trager® Approach.
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A movement therapy based on mind-body integration that can involve gentle movement of a client's limbs to induce deep relaxation is the Trager® Approach.
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