Massage & Bodywork

September/October 2009

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M assage therapy and energy medicine should not be separated, says Niko Burkhardt, co-owner of the former Lotus Blooms Massage Institute in Hawaii. "Historically, they have always belonged together," she says. In fact, massage and energy medicine are each aspects of the same healing vocation, and together they create internal space. Burkhardt says it's akin to what motivates people to travel all the way to Hawaii to go to spas: the compelling need to find more space in their lives and in their bodies. "This space is experienced much more readily through the combination of massage and energy medicine." 36 massage & bodywork september/october 2009

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