Massage & Bodywork

JANUARY | FEBRUARY 2019

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With his passion for dancing between wind and water, Thomas Myers compares a sailboat's rigging with the tensile structures that balance the human body. He lives, writes, teaches, and when he can, sails the coast of Maine. contributors music inspires you www.sightunes.com 914-312-1686 10 m a s s a g e & b o d y w o r k j a n u a r y / f e b r u a r y 2 0 1 9 Ivy Hultquist has been a massage therapist for 18 years, with licenses in Iowa and Florida. She shares her experience by helping other massage therapists move, re- enter the profession, and renew their licenses at www.advancedmassagetechniques.com. Liz Koch is a conceptual artist exploring core integrity and dynamic expression in order to truly flourish and awaken our human potential. Through the portal of core awareness, she reconceptualizes human beings as biologically intelligent, self-organizing, and self-healing. Engaging in a living inquiry with life's creative processes, she invites us to redefine the psoas as smart, expressive tissue that is both elemental and universal. Teaching and writing about manual therapy and all things concerning the myofascial system are second nature to Joseph E. Muscolino; he fears it may be first nature. At day's end, he enjoys relaxing with his wife and watching Modern Family or an old episode of Friends.

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