Massage & Bodywork

March/April 2010

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contributors IN THIS ISSUE As long as she can remember, Shari has been interested in, and devoted to, helping others. She Shari Auth lives in New York City in an attempt to satisfy her insatiable love of art, dance, and cultural diversity. Sean Eads A reference librarian, Sean serves as Massage & Bodywork's research expert, in addition to contributing random acts of writing. He has developed the utmost respect for massage practitioners. In his spare time, he enjoys golf, keeping aquariums, and working on his house. Enjoy Loolwa's interview with Dr. David Simon of the Chopra Center for Wellbeing, on page 64. Loolwa Khazzoom is a firm believer in releasing our Loolwa Khazzoom thoughts and emotions to the universe through authentic and creative expression. Her preferred methods include blogging, writing music, being a goofball, smashing bottles, and dancing like a wild woman in her living room. Karrie Osborn Since Karrie started covering the massage profession nearly 12 years ago, she's been thrilled to be witness to society's greater acceptance of touch therapies. Today, writing, parenting, volunteering, and gardening are the passions that continue to fill her cup. Marc has been giving massages for nearly 20 years and Marc Zollicoffer teaching for the past 15. He enjoys traveling the world, spending time with his wife Reidun, and teaching their 18-month-old son, Finn Oskar, about his chakras. 10 massage & bodywork march/april 2010

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