Understanding the role of fascia in healthy movement and postural distortion is of vital importance to bodyworkers and movement therapists.
I bought this book many years ago but when I was completing my Sports Massage Qualification. Despite the first couple of chapters being a little technical to read at the time, I found it to be an excellent book with great illustrations, that provided an awesome place to start in terms of structural integration.
Although the book is based around theories of the Trainlines, many of which can be questioned, the book itself does make you think about the connections within the body in terms of movement. It's definitely a great book to flick through with the diagrams enabling you to pick up so much from just them alone.
The more I learn the more I question the theories of the lines. That being said, it's well worth a read.