Massage & Bodywork

September/October 2010

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44 THE BODY REMEMBERS As you work to understand and improve your clients' somatic patterns, consider that the challenges may trace back to forgotten childhood traumas. BY MARYBETTS SINCLAIR 56 HOW TO MAINTAIN AN ENERGIZED PRACTICE The ebb and flow of your bodywork practice can be stressful. Here are tips about how to maintain perspective, cultivate and nurture support, and redefine success. BY LEE PICCIUTO 62 MASSAGE FOR THE CESAREAN SECTION CLIENT The body heals surface scars, but deeper wounds—both physical and emotional—can benefit from informed, conscious teamwork between you and your client. BY MELODY COOK 72 TATTOO SCAR TISSUE RELEASE Tattoos may lead to mixtures of scar tissue and adhesions. This bodyworker talks about how she now charts body art and works to release the underlying tissues. BY DIANE HOVEY YOUR EMARKETING EFFORTS JUST GOT EASIER! THE DIGITAL EDITION OF BODY SENSE MAGAZINE IS AVAILABLE TO EMAIL TO YOUR CLIENTS AND PROSPECTS. CHECK IT OUT AT ABMP.COM.

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