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Learning and writing about new bodywork modalities keeps every day interesting for Brandon Twyford. He loves to travel, and lived in Japan for three years teaching English. When traveling, his motto is "always talk to strangers," because you never know where you'll end up. As a massage therapist, educator, and ABMP's manager of professional education, Kristin Coverly absolutely loves giving practitioners the tools they need to succeed and cheering them on to envision and create fulfilling practices. She doubled her spending on ice packs and massage this summer after skydiving and navigating obstacle mud runs to keep up with her niece and nephew in Colorado. contributors Marc Zollicoffer has been practicing and teaching massage and ayurvedic philosophy since 1991. He is a southern boy from North Carolina who has been living in Minneapolis for 24 years. In his spare time, he enjoys a little P and P—pickleball and Pokémon (which he plays with his 10-year-old son). music inspires you 914-312-1686 10 m a s s a g e & b o d y w o r k n o v e m b e r / d e c e m b e r 2 0 1 8 Carrie Jones received her associate's degree in human anatomy and physiology in 1993 and worked as a surgical assistant for eight years before starting her career as a massage therapist. She teaches anatomy and physiology, along with massage technique, and has been in private practice since 2002 specializing in pain management. She received her certification as a life coach in 2013, which gives her the opportunity to spend more time with every client in order to serve the body–mind connection.

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