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Summer 2008 Newsletter
E-news will come out once a season. We've made
discoveries and have ideas for feeling better and being healthier
and more vibrant; we'll be sending those
out as well.
Welcome current clients,
previous clients, potentially new clients, interested parties
and professionals. There are a
few topics we’ll
cover today. The first regards an exciting new
2 disc DVD of techniques
developed by Ann Watkins that is oriented toward professionals
in practice and instructors (perhaps someone like yourself or someone
you know). Reactive Triads gives the viewer a comprehensive introduction
to concepts not seen elsewhere in the world of bodywork. At the
there are directives for further study and information. Ann Watkins,
through continued study and application in an evolving practice,
has put together what constitutes a Chronic Pain Breakthrough!
She and Randy Shepherd integrate Reactive Triads with other techniques
to bring you lasting bodywork. Our mission is to improve the quality
of life on the planet, one person at a time. Our massage therapy
is a terrific adjunct to many other effective therapies for the
or the practitioner. Check out our Store for further information
and reviews on the DVD.
Also announcing the
completion of our Green Studio. Beautiful airy cathedral ceilings with radiant floor
heat and hot water powered
by our solar collectors. This keeps costs down and lightens our
footprint on the planet. See pictures at Green Studio.
E-news: Tip of the Season: Why
S-T-R-E-E-E-T-C-H? Cats and dogs take a good stretch every time
they get up. We should too, according to “The Fuzz” clip
from a cadaver class video shown to us in Florida at an Upledger
Neuromuscular Therapy Seminar that was held in November 2007. Apparently
cotton-like filaments between our fascia as we sleep. They are
in our structure and easily break apart when we yawn and stretch;
breaking them apart encourages optimum mobility. But in areas of
our body that remain relatively immobile they layer up and become
thick and difficult to break apart. So informal stretching that
just feels good is paramount to good health, especially in those
areas where we tend to seize up. So S-T-R-E-E-E-T-C-H and optimize
your health. The best part? It’s free! ?
If anyone knows
the name of “The Fuzz” man please remind
me; I’d love to pass it along.
collecting testimonials and they'll be posted on the website.
Send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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