Massage & Bodywork

November/December 2009

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contributors IN THIS ISSUE A Colorado freelance writer with a deep passion for Rebecca Jones Disappointed with your website traffic? Check out Esther's feature, "Massage Your Website." page 22 Patricia Whalen-Shaw A licensed massage therapist for 16 years, Patricia is the founder of Integrated Touch Therapy in Circleville, Ohio, where she teaches equine, canine, and feline massage. She maintains a private practice for humans and animals, and enjoys riding her horse in her spare time. social justice and public policy, "Becky" is also an animal lover whose policy is always to pet as many animals as possible every day. An Episcopal deacon, Becky's primary ministry is among the homeless of Denver. Linda G. Means Linda is an Esalen Massage therapist based in Pittsburgh. A former corporate research scientist, Linda changed her profession after healing herself from cancer. She travels frequently to Abadiania, Brazil, to participate in the healing work of John of God at the Casa de Dom Inacio. Esther is a Minnesota native who loves the change of Esther Pearson seasons, chocolate Labradors, and running in the rain. She is a poet and writer who finds her inspiration in children's books, startling art, and quirky people. Anne has been involved in alternative healing for more than a decade as an aromatherapist, bodyworker, counselor, educator, and esthetician. She's happiest when she's giving massage, writing about massage, developing resources for massage therapists, or longing for a massage after a fantastic day of rock climbing. Anne Williams 10 massage & bodywork november/december 2009

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