Into the Feeling Body
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  • Published: September 2011
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 84
  • Size: 6x9
  • ISBN: 9781462027804
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Eliminate pain, alter embodied physical and emotional patterns.

This body-mind book details how to change habitual physical and emotional patterns by the way you experience motion through the musculature..

For dancers, dance teachers, physical therapist, psychotherapists, psychoanalysts, anyone interested in how the musculature expresses our unconscious. artists, \


“The Way of the 4th Toe” is a work of genius. There is no one who cannot benefit from its wisdom and experience. It is exactly what we need to help re-connect to our physical being. Wiener prescribes the antidote to the many pains and disabilities experienced through ignorance of the natural self.”
~Bernard Berkowitz, Ph. D. Psychologist-Psychoanalyst, Co-author “How To be your own Best Friend”, etc.

A book filled with wisdom coupled with directions for working with body tensions. Wiener opens contact and flow of feeling and thought locked in actual body life. So often I would read, try out suggestions and say - beautiful! A lifetime of practical experience and know-how richly condensed. I like your cogent, nourishing remarks. An invaluable book you’ll want to share with family and friends.
~Michael Eigen, Ph.D., Author, Contact With the Depths, The Sensitive Self, and Feeling Matters.


The Way of the Fourth Toe is a distinctive treatment of the relationships among dance, pedagogy, psychotherapy, and creative movement. Absorbing as a model of dance-as-therapy, and as a narrative of deepening self-insight.
~Meg Chang, Ed.D. BC-DMT, Somatic Psychology Program Chair, California Institute of Integral Studies.


I did the standing stretching exercise we do at the start of your classes twice every day while away in Tanzania this past winter. It made a terrific difference in my physical state and I’m dedicated to continuing that discipline here at home.
~Jim Morgan, Adjunct Professor, Architectural Studies, New York University.

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