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Ayurvedic Massage and Bodywork Training asheville North carolina by anitha m. Posted Fri 12 Mar 2010 4:41pm Ayurveda Massage and Bodywork hands on training   - 3 Day class, Asheville , North carolina Date : April 9th,10th,11th 2010.   Cost - $ 350.00 per class Class includes - 24 CE hours pending approval Certificate of completion , Instructional booklet on how to on the treatments. Contact Phone number : 408-982-9113 Email :   mookshaus ... Read on »
Ayurveda Massage and Bodywork hands on training by Hotdishes Posted Fri 16 Apr 2010 3:10am Event 1: Phoenix, Sedona - Arizona Ayurveda Massage and Bodywork hands on training - ASIS massage school - 5 Day class, Date: July 3 - 7th 2010. Cost - $ 650.00 per class Class includes - 35 CE hours pending approval   Event 2: Denver Colorado Ayurveda Massage and Bodywork hands on training - 3 day class Date: July – 9, 10 11th ... Read on »
Ayurveda Massage and Bodywork hands on training by Hotdishes Posted Tue 20 Apr 2010 4:57am Event 1: Phoenix, Sedona - Arizona Ayurveda Massage and Bodywork hands on training - ASIS massage school - 5 Day class, Date: July 3 - 7th 2010. Cost - $ 650.00 per class Class includes - 35 CE hours pending approval   Event 2: Denver Colorado Ayurveda Massage and Bodywork hands on training - 3 day class Date: July – 9, 10 11th ... Read on »
couponclipper.com - ACADEMY OF MASSAGE & BODYWORKS by Barbara K. Posted Tue 08 Dec 2009 5:35am Print a Coupon from the Clipper Magazine for a free yoga class at Pottstown's High Street Yoga and Wellness Read on »
Bodyflow, Bodywork and Pumping Up Japan by halinagold Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Apr 2011 10:04pm Hello there! If you are new here Get the free "Universal Key To A Thriving Spiritual Business" audio, worksheet and newsletter Email: If you’re one of the many people that struggle with either finding, feeling or manifesting their passion, their pur ... Read on »
Women, Body Image, and Bodywork by Courtney P. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:05pm This afternoon, without quite knowing why, I picked up a book I haven't looked at in a long time: Minding the Body: Women Writers on Body and Soul (Ed. Patricia Foster). I randomly opened to an essay by Pam Houston called "Out of Habit, I Start Apologizing." I was drawn in for clear massage-related reasons; her first line is "I am lying, ... Read on »
PTSD Professional Perspective: How to find a bodywork practitioner (and nourish your boundaries) by Michele Rosenthal Posted Fri 16 Apr 2010 12:00am If you want to try bodywork to progress your PTSD healing, how do you choose the right practitioner? Today’s geust post professional, Sonia Connolly , specializes in compassionate bodywork to help sensitive people heal from trauma. She’s agreed to give us a crash course in how to find the right person for you. My body’s feeling better al ... Read on »
Guilty Pleasures & Self-bodywork by lovely rita Posted Sun 23 Dec 2012 4:17pm I’ve been treating myself to a new evening ritual. It starts with my latest guilty pleasure – my pandora Christmas jazz station. I know I know — super cheesy. I won’t make any excuses. What’s next in the ritual is self-bodywork with my Yoga Tune Up® balls. If you haven’t tried bodywork with balls, I highly recommend it. Self-bodywo ... Read on »
The Bodywork Difference by Diane C. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Jul 2013 6:13pm If you know me, then you know the story of how my mom used to rub my back as a baby to calm me down (read: shut my crying yap). Yeah, how lucky am I that I got a mom and a massage therapist all in one? To this day, I love bodywork of all kinds. Touch my back and I'm a gooey puddle of bliss (gasp, I've just let slip my secret -- it's like Supe ... Read on »
Why Bodywork May Not Always Work by Matt M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 31 Aug 2009 10:33pm I have been reading more on earthing today and found another interesting article.  The author links all types of bodywork into a common thread, effectively saying that all these therapies have some effect because you have one person touching another.  During this touch, there is a transfer of electrons into the inflamed area which promotes heal ... Read on »