Massage & Bodywork

May | June 2014

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WHAT'S INSIDE? MAY/JUNE 2014 CRANIOSACRAL WORK Whether you practice craniosacral work as a stand-alone therapy or integrate it with other forms of bodywork, it's crucial to understand the difference between techniques and therapy. By Robyn Scherr FEATURES 66 CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY & INFANTS Learn how this modality can help ease restrictions in the tiniest of clients and give them a healthy start in life. By Dominic Anaya 74 ESSENCE AND FORM There's a synergy happening between polarity therapy and biodynamic craniosacral therapy. Learn how your work can beneļ¬ t. By Roger Gilchrist 82 6 SHORT STORIES ABOUT CONNECTIVE TISSUE The author of Trail Guide to the Body shares insights in this excerpt from his upcoming book. By Andrew Biel 94 10 RULES TO WORK BY Following these rules can help strengthen your practice and hone your management skills. By William J. Lynott ! HOW DO YOU SELF-CARE? 58 127 Cover Photo by Elena Ray. Photo by Elena Ray.

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