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10 m a s s a g e & b o d y w o r k j a n u a r y / f e b r u a r y 2 0 2 0 Professional multitasker Sasha Chaitow is never happier than when painting. She reads voraciously, relishes challenging projects, and doesn't suffer fools gladly. She mothers a growing menagerie of dogs, cats, and forest creatures, and is a fan of heavy metal, tattoos, and big motorcycles. Lisa Bakewell lives her life with passion and a never-ending quest for knowledge, adventure, and personal challenge. Lisa loves traveling, parenting (two boys, 30 and 21), being a wife (of 30-plus years), and making this world a better place by offering support, encouragement, positive vibes, and— most of all—love. 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. Peggy Lamb is a dancer, massage therapist, writer, poet, and avowed self- expression junkie. Being part of Austin's Body Shift community, writing poetry, creating fused art glass works, and writing books for massage therapists bring her deep joy. Her favorite day of the month is when she teaches creative movement to women in prison. A native New Yorker, she lives in Austin, Texas, enjoying the wonders of the Southwest. David M. Lobenstine really likes breathing— when he's massaging and the rest of the time, too. And he loves that his clients, and especially his 10-year-old, remind him every day that a slow, easy breath makes pretty much everything better. 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. CONTRIBUTORS 56 44 43 64 80 70

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