Massage & Bodywork

July/August 2011

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REFLEXOLOGY Using a mapping system, these experts detail how directed touch can address a wealth of health challenges, from arthritis and back pain to carpal tunnel syndrome and stress. BY BARBARA AND KEVIN KUNZ 42 APPLICATIONS OF HAND 52 MASSAGE AFTER HURRICANE KATRINA Communities, and bodies, are still being rebuilt, six years after Katrina. This New Orleans practitioner shares her personal and professional journey through it all. BY DIANA PANARA 60 UNDERSTANDING GRIEF & LOSS The founder of Comfort Touch massage for the frail and elderly shares her insights about the grieving process and how knowledge can help clients deal with death and loss. BY MARY KATHLEEN ROSE 68 MEDIA COVERAGE Put your practice in the spotlight by establishing a relationship with local media. Follow these tips for effective ways to spread the word about your bodywork practice. BY YAEL HALPERN THE SUPERFICIAL FRONT LINE Following a discussion of postural assessment, the founder of Anatomy Trains begins his analysis of the meridians, starting with the configuration of fascial and muscular tissues. BY THOMAS MYERS 74 BODYREADING THE MERIDIANS:

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