Getting Clear: Body Work for Women
A quintessential text of the 1970s women's liberation movement, Getting Clear is, in the author's words, 'a book about female energy and how to use it'. With exercises ranging from the more physical, such as 'walking with the ground' and 'the stone squat', to the more mental, emotional, or spiritual, from analyzing the origins of one's jealousies to boundary setting, Rush seeks to empower her readers, leaving them with a more clear, comfortable, and defined sense of self.
Soft cover with black and white photographs throughout.
Edition: 1973, first printing.
Condition: Generally excellent for its age, with the binding weakening in some spots.
Measures ~8.5"x11". 290 pages.