Massage & Bodywork

MARCH | APRIL 2017

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WHAT'S INSIDE? MARCH/APRIL 2017 FEATURES 58 THE SOLUTION IS THE SIDES When a client lies down on a massage table, their three-dimensional bodies are fl at. Consider the effect of integrating bodywork to the often-overlooked sides. By David M. Lobenstine 66 THE TRANSGENDER CLIENT All bodies deserve your respect. But a basic understanding of the path transgender clients have followed can add to your knowledge base and help you include them in your circle of care. By Ellen M. Santistevan 76 IMPROVE YOUR POSTURE WHILE DOING MASSAGE Integrating these moves and focusing on maintaining a neutral back can help you work on self-care while delivering an effective massage. By Mark Liskey 84 NAIL CARE FOR MTs As a massage therapist, your hands and nails are crucial to your success. Here are tips on how to keep your nails and cuticles healthy. By Silva Hagopian 112 PIN AND STRETCH TECHNIQUE This bodywork expert and educator offers an in-depth look at the powerful technique. This segment of his clinical orthopedic manual therapy insights can help you target specifi c muscle regions. By Joseph E. Muscolino, DC 50 ABMP MEMBER PROFILE: Shannon Ulewicz

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