DID YOU KNOW? ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS from the three Volumes of the Massage and Health Series.
Q What is this chapter called?
A A duct.
Q The definition of a Therapeutic Massage as done by a Health Club Massage Therapist differs from that of an Aro-health Massage Therapist. Can you pinpoint the difference?
A The definition of a THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE AS done by a HEALTH CLUB Massage Therapist is A combination of Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release and Trigger Point Massage. Aro-healing’s definition of a Therapeutic Massage as done by an Aro-health Massage Therapist is a combination of Aro-healing’s thumb-pressure Technique, Aro—Reflex Stimulation and Aro-healing’s Touch Therapy.
Q What does deep tissue massage require?
A Deep tissue massage requires an understanding of anatomy and physiology.
Q What is Fitness Kickboxing?
A Fitness Kickboxing is a combination of Martial Arts, Kickboxing and Aerobics. It is a workout that can improve strength, co-ordination and balance.
Q What is a digon?
A A digon is a closed polygon with two corners and two sides.
Q Name 5 characteristics of diagonal lines.
A Diagonal lines are more dramatic than horizontal or vertical lines, unbalanced and filled with restless and uncontrolled energy, rise or fall and convey action and motion. Their kinetic energy and movement creates tension and excitement.
Q Name four references to ‘diagonal’
A 1. Connecting two non-adjacent angles or vertices of a polygon or polyhedron, as a straight line.
2. Extending from one edge of a solid figure to an opposite edge, as a plane; having an oblique direction.
3. Manège. (Of a horse at a trot) the foreleg and the hind leg, diagonally opposite, which move forward simultaneously.
4. Chess—one of the oblique lines of squares on a chessboard: He advanced his bishop along the open diagonal.
Q What are primitive reflexes?
A Primitive (infantile or newborn) reflexes are reflex actions of normal infants but not neurologically intact adults—in response to particular stimuli.
Did you know?
A non-self-intersecting polygon is a simple polygon.
The area of a polygon is the measurement of the 2-dimensional region of the polygon.
The sides of a polygon do not necessarily determine the area. However, if the polygon is cyclic the sides do determine the area.
In the same paper that he described the four regular star polyhedra, Poinsot first studied the interior angles of regular star polygons.
A circuit of sides and corners on the surface of a sphere is called a spherical polygon.
A figure analogous to an ordinary polygon, which exists in the complex Hilbert plane is a complex polygon.
A polygon which has an infinite sequence of sides and angles, which is not closed and has no ends, because it extends infinitely, is called an apeirogon.
A skew polygon zigzags in three or more dimensions and does not lie in a flat plane. Classic examples are the petrie polygons of the regular polyhedra.
A polygon whose sides meet at right angles, i.e. all its interior angles are 90 or 270 degrees, is called a rectilinear polygon.
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