I'm a professional, licensed, certified massage therapist with expertise in Swedish, Sports, Deep Tissue, Hot Stone, Prenatal, and Thai massage.
I've not read this book, but I noticed the title and could not help commenting. I think this book will fail to give accurate info, because the author lumps non-massage modalities in under the general term 'massage.' I have been exposed to many 'body-mind' modalities. Many massage practitioners like to explore and expand their horizons, and often name their style of massage after their inspiration: for example, Thai Yoga Massage. But this can be confusing.
Yoga is not massage. Tai Chi is not massage (this is obvious!). Feldenkrais, Alexander Technique, Rolfing, and Craniosacral Technique should NOT be described as 'massage.' These are unique body-mind modalities that are more sophisticated than 'mere' massage (not to denigrate my profession). As an MT, I should think a book intending to educate people about massage techniques would get it right, especially in the title!