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6 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 5 800-458-2267 expectmore@abmp.com Massage & Bodywork (ISSN 1544-8827; USPS 005-245) is a bimonthly magazine published by Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals Inc., 25188 Genesee Trail Road, Suite 200, Golden CO 80401. Periodicals rate postage paid at Golden, Colorado, and additional offi ces. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to ABMP, 25188 Genesee Trail Road, Suite 200, Golden CO 80401. Vol. #30, Issue #1 January/February 2015. All rights reserved © 2014. SUBSCRIPTIONS Annual subscription rate in the United States and Canada is $26 for one year, $45 for two years (US funds). To subscribe, call 800-458-2267. Websites: www.massageandbodywork.com, www.abmp.com, www.massagetherapy.com, www.massageprofessionals.com No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without specifi c written permission from ABMP. The views expressed herein are those of the authors, and not necessarily of the publisher or its advertisers. Publisher cannot be responsible for any unsolicited articles or materials, or the return of such items. The editorial and advertising content in Massage & Bodywork is for educational purposes only and is not intended as comprehensive modality training or medical advice. Massage & Bodywork encourages practitioners and massage therapy clients to consult a qualifi ed professional for individual diagnostic and health-care needs. Massage & Bodywork promotes professionalism among practitioners, stimulates healthy dialogue, and expands the knowledge of those in the fi eld to advance their success—while remaining mindful of the breadth of bodywork backgrounds, beliefs, and modalities. Printed in the U.S.A. on recycled stock containing at least 10% postconsumer fi ber. Enviro/Tech inks, which Massage & Bodywork has printed with since 2002, have a renewable resource content of 27.3%, which is much higher than the published 7% minimum soy content required for soy inks. Enviro/Tech inks include cottonseed, vernonia, sunfl ower, tung, linseed, and canola oils, in addition to soy. Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals EDITORIAL LESLIE A. YOUNG, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF leslie@abmp.com DARREN BUFORD, MANAGING EDITOR darren@abmp.com KARRIE OSBORN, SENIOR EDITOR karrie@abmp.com CARRIE PATRICK, CONTRIBUTING EDITOR carrie@abmp.com BRANDON TWYFORD, ASSISTANT EDITOR brandon@abmp.com ADVERTISING ANGIE PARRIS-RANEY, MANAGER angie@abmp.com HANNAH LEVY, COORDINATOR hannah@abmp.com DESIGN & PRODUCTION AMY KLEIN, ART DIRECTOR amy@abmp.com JAMES SUTHERLIN, SENIOR DESIGNER james@abmp.com TAMRA MCILVAIN, DESIGNER tamra@abmp.com http://abmp.us/LinkedInMT @ABMPmassage www.facebook.com/ABMPpage http://abmp.us/ABMPgplus @ABMPmassage www.massageprofessionals.com mp David Lobenstine has stumbled into a life of many paths that bring many joys. When he is not massaging, teaching CE classes, or editing manuscripts, he is likely wandering Brooklyn and devising spells with his almost 6-year-old son (who is currently a magic owl). ABMP Director of Education Anne Williams's two passions are developing education materials for members and hanging off rocks in Colorado's canyons. Education, like rock climbing, requires a solid anchor, technique, and a willingness to keep moving upward even when the route feels uncertain. contributors Overcome with curiosity while working as a computer programmer, Barry Hatfi eld hit the escape key and wound up in the massage world. He loves to read—especially historical fi ction—and spend time with his family. He is still curious, in more ways than one.

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