Massage & Bodywork

July/August 2013

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WHAt's inside? july/august 2013 FEATuREs 66 PiCK siX How can you expect clients to care for themselves if you're not doing the same? By Mary Beth Braun 74 being sAFe bodyworkers can sometimes be too trusting, but heeding this advice will help ensure your safety. By Kathy Gruver 82 iMPingeMenT synDrOMe Free yOur FOCus 58 Finding a balance between too much and too little focus is key to your self-preservation as an MT. Hear how one practitioner has cultivated his own perspective on giving massage. By David M. Lobenstine Having difficulty helping clients suffering from shoulder pain? Try these tips to address impingement syndrome. By Peggy Lamb 90 sOMeTHing TO TALK AbOuT your clients are your best marketing tools. Learn to use them more effectively. By Jed Heneberry 96 FOur-LeggeD CLienTs Touch is a language that crosses cultures, and even species. Learn how animals benefit from bodywork. By rebecca Jones WHAT's yOur nuMber? 127

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