Massage & Bodywork

May/June 2009

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contributors IN THIS ISSUE Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa K.P. was mentored in therapeutic bodywork by ayurvedic adept Yogi Bhajan for 32 years. He is an active industry consultant and formulating chemist for several massage product companies. He makes his home amid the moss and showers in Eugene, Oregon. Sculpting tissue, like sculpting clay, can create art on the massage table. page 60 David Lauterstein As a young man, David was a musician and social activist. He jammed with Otis Spann and Mike Bloomfi eld, marched with Martin Luther King, Jr., and studied Indian and Western classical composition. Now, through bodywork and teaching, he continues working for peace through his school, workshops, and writings. Carole's passion for the "right livelihood" of the somatic arts and sciences has fueled her practice, teaching, and writing career since 1975. She explores movement, Carole Osborne balance, and communication in her pre- and perinatal and deep-tissue bodywork, and in dance and tai chi. Dennis Walker Dennis is an attorney in middle Georgia with 27 years of practice. His experience with massage therapy is entirely as a client, and all favorable. He has found that the mindset issues discussed in his personal protection feature are by no means limited to massage professionals. A Maryland poet and photographer, MiMi (Rosemary) shares her love of the creative arts through writing MiMi Zannino workshops and her camera lens. She is inspired and renewed when walking along the Atlantic Ocean's shores. By blending her artistic endeavors with her massage therapy practice, MiMi fi nds balance in mind, body, and spirit. 10 massage & bodywork may/june 2009

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