The authors

Please meet the authors of the Movement Integration book. Linus Johansson and Martin Lundgren are the lead authors and together with the contributing authors they have created the Movement Integration book.

Here you can find all the ways you can connect to the authors to learn more about what they do and what they have to offer you.

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Linus Johansson

Linus is a physiotherapist, movement practitioner, and movement integrator. Linus works with patients in his clinic, presents workshops, and educates other therapists and trainers.

Linus is the author of several books and has developed the movement concept SOMA MOVE® together with Cecilia Gustafsson.

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Martin Lungdren

Martin is a Board Certified Structural Integrator (ATSI/KMI) and Movement Practitioner. With roots in Structural Integration and Anatomy in Motion he has been developing new treatment systems and treatment methods in recent years.

Through his way of working with treatments and movement, he develops people's kinesthetic ability, performance, and well being.

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Cecilia Gustafsson

Cecilia is a yogi, dancer, and entrepreneur. Cecilia has worked in the movement business for many years and is a well renowned teacher and presenter. Cecilia has developed several movement concepts, in which SOMA MOVE is one of them.

Cecilia works with a holistic perspective in everything she does and is always searching to deepen her understanding and connect the dots.

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Gary Carter

Gary Carter has been a myofascial manual therapist, personal trainer, shiatsu, and craniosacral practitioner, anatomy and fascial anatomy lecturer, and also a yoga teacher for over 30 years. Gary created a method of training, moving and health, blending a lifetime’s work of martial arts study, bodybuilding training, athletics, qi gong, and yoga. 

Gary has participated in many dissection studies and created different myofascial continuum’s in the human body that are applied to human function.

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Gary Ward

Gary is the author of What The Foot? and creator of Anatomy in Motion. Gary has spent years observing the human gait cycle and mapping the movement journey of each bone and joint in all three dimensions through a single stride. Each movement is described in his Flow Motion Model®. 

Gary teaches his Finding Centre course, a six day immersive experience in the closed chain biomechanics of the human body.

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Jerry Hesch, MHS, PT, DPT

Jerry Hesch is the founder of the Hesch Institute. He presents workshops and treats chronic pain. He is an innovative orthopedic manual therapy PT who demystifies restoration of micromotion in complex joints throughout the body as this is important to pain-free macromotion.

He teaches very gentle joint interaction and believes this skill should be accessible to soft tissue and movement therapists.

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Julian Baker

Julian Baker has been a Bowen Therapist for 25 years and a teacher of Bowen since 1994. The author of two books on Bowen, The Bowen Technique and Bowen Unravelled; A Journey into the Fascial Understanding of the Bowen Technique. He is one of the world’s leading experts on Bowen.

After studying with Gil Hedley, he has been studying fascial anatomy to better explain Bowen and, from this, has led fascial dissection courses at Medical Schools throughout the UK.

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Lena Björnsdotter

Lena Björnsdotter is a personal trainer, movement integrator, educator and fitness instructor. Lena has a BA in sports science and is a certified Anatomy in Motion Practitioner. She works with integrating movement to create a clients feel of owning their own space, to investigate and broaden the movement experience.

Lena produces workshops, events and grouptraining to inspire and presents education via .aspera education to other therapists and trainers. Lena is one of the founders of the movement concept Three Planes of Motion, 3PM®.

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Lucas Henriksson

Lucas is a Certified Somatic Educator in the tradition of Thomas Hanna. He is also a Facilitator and program and curriculum developer for Tergar International, conducting meditation courses online and onsite throughout Europe. He also holds a BA in Buddhist Philosophy and Himalayan Languages.

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Åsa Åhman

Åsa is a certified Rolfer™, Rolf Movement practitioner™ and yoga teacher. She works with these modalities to help people improve health and wellbeing by bringing awareness to habits of movement that unconsciously create tension in the body.

By breaking these habits and replacing old repetitive unconscious patterns with new more conscious ways to move that lets the body hold its inner space as it moves and interacts in the space outside the body.

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