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112 m a s s a g e & b o d y w o r k n o v e m b e r / d e c e m b e r 2 0 1 5 NEW PRODUCTS compiled by Hannah Levy Sedona Stones This rechargeable, battery-operated massage tool is ideal for providing the therapeutic benefi ts of heat in a massage session. Handcrafted from nonporous stoneware, one side heats to between 125 and 130 degrees, while the other side remains cool for the therapist to hold. The Sedona Stone takes two minutes to charge, lasts for up to two hours per charge, can be used over clothing or with a variety of massage lubricants, and is easy to clean. One stone and battery charger costs $79.95; a set of two is available for $149.95 at 623-565-3906 or The Emergence of the Massage Therapy Profession in North America Patricia Benjamin, PhD, LMT, presents this historical text recounting the emergence of massage therapists from colonial times to the turn of the 21st century. The book contains chapters that discuss the progression of the massage therapy profession through the years, as well as more than 700 illustrations and images that add to the historical record. The 628-page book is available in print form for $64.95 or as an ebook for $24.95 at 888-649-5411 or Patricia Benjamin, PhD, LMT, presents this historical text Zero Balancing Expanded: The Attitude of Awaiting a Fish Written by Judith Sullivan, this book addresses the technique of Zero Balancing, a mind-body therapy that addresses the relationship between energy and structures. The book is organized into the six cavities of the body and contains detailed descriptions about how Zero Balancing can integrate with other modalities to improve client results. This 176-page book, with illustrations and photos, is available for $49.95 at 866-522-7725 or

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