Massage & Bodywork

May/June 2011

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contributors IN THIS ISSUE Robert has been standing beside a massage table, reaching clients with conscious bodywork in eloquent silence for Robert Chute 18 years. He's reaching out loudly in his work as a writer and editor. His back-page column (pithy, witty, and caffeine-free) appears in every issue of this magazine. Barb Frye From California beach bum to politically correct Seattleite, Barb is now living a blissful, politically neutral, and multicultural life in Switzerland. Through her massage and Feldenkrais practice, she is forever discovering the rich and endless landscape of the body, mind, and spirit. Join Gayle MacDonald and Tracy Walton June 14 for a free webinar on oncology massage. Preregister at Jim is the author of two books and more than 50 articles on energy healing. He is a creative bodywork Jim Gilkeson therapist, a teacher of meditation and energy-oriented healing, and an amateur musician. He lives with his partner, Diane Tegtmeier, in Northern California. Gayle MacDonald How did Gayle get started working with cancer patients? "Oncology massage came and got me!" she says. "I just keep doing the things that energize me. Following this principle has led to greater health and a more open heart. It's not only a career, it is a way of life." First and foremost a massage therapist, Tracy also Tracy Walton teaches, writes, and does research in massage and cancer care. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, which she navigates on her family's cargo bicycle. She studies motherhood, childhood, nature, drama, and singing under the patient tutelage of her young daughter. 10 massage & bodywork may/june 2011

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