Massage & Bodywork

March/April 2013

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what's inside? march/april 2013 features 56 64 Let's Talk about ... um ... erections Yes, they happen. Here's wisdom on how to respond appropriately and professionally. By Sarah A. Ryan-Knox 70 PTSD & REflexology Posttraumatic stress is common in our society, but this expert has solutions for your clients. By Paula S. Stone 82 After Hurricane Sandy The grassroots effort Massage Without Borders was launched by MTs for MTs. By Jed Heneberry 86 Body-Mind Mechanics farm to (massage) table Just as restaurants are learning the benefits of growing their own produce or buying locally, practitioners and spas are also embracing this trend. Set your sessions apart, save money, and enjoy growing your own herbs with these easy tips. By Angela England This alternative paradigm blends a variety of factors into ergonomics to help sustain your practice. By Marty Morales 92 referring out When your clients' needs are outside your scope of practice, here's advice on where to turn and partner. By Charlotte Michael Versagi 127 A horse of a different color

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