Massage & Bodywork

MAY | JUNE 2019

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Lauren Cates is a sucker for humans. Well, and dogs. Good food is one of the driving forces in Lauren's decision to get out of bed every day, as well as a personal credo that "a day without puns is a day wasted." Lauren's deepest wish is that massage therapists would stop fi ghting with each other on Facebook. contributors 10 m a s s a g e & b o d y w o r k m a y / j u n e 2 0 1 9 ABMP Business Personal Property Insurance Contents Coverage For Your Business Exclusive Member Benefi t Ask about our a ordable Business Personal Property contents coverage, which insures personal property that's a necessary part of your practice, like tables, computers, desks, and more. Go to or call us at 800-458-2267. With his passion for dancing between wind and water, Thomas Myers compares a sailboat's rigging with the tensile structures that balance the human body. He lives, writes, teaches, and when he can, sails the coast of Maine. Teaching and writing about manual therapy and all things concerning the myofascial system are second nature to Joseph E. Muscolino; he fears it may be fi rst nature. At day's end, he enjoys relaxing with his wife and watching Modern Family or an old episode of Friends. Allissa Haines thrives on ukulele jam sessions, strong coffee, and questions from massage therapists across the country. Also, naps. Her current favorite client brings in his own Metallica playlist, and she usually fi nds her massage groove in the middle of "Enter Sandman."

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