Massage & Bodywork

January/February 2010

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contributors IN THIS ISSUE Barb is a massage therapist and Feldenkrais teacher working in Switzerland and the United States, living with her German Barb Frye Check out new columnists Barb, Terrie, and Diana on pages 100, 102, and 114. partner and Scottish highland terrier, speaking Swiss German, drinking Italian coffee, and keeping a Welsh sense of humor. She is forever dedicated to the universal language of touch. Thomas Myers Tom has a lifelong fascination with the art of changing human shape and movement, an inquiry that plays out through his practice, his company Kinesis, and in his writings. Tom lives, writes, and sails on the coast of Maine with his partner Quan. Mary's early ambition to be a sculptor was modifi ed during the back-to-the-land days of 1970s when she emerged with Mary Kathleen Rose an enduring interest in holistic health. A longtime massage therapist, Mary has a passion for creativity and healing. She loves music, dance, canoeing, fl owers, and snow. Diana Thompson Raised in Arizona, Diana built her life in Seattle, returning often to shed her moss under the desert sun. An archeologist at heart, she is nonetheless happy with life as a massage therapist, writer, and research advocate. Find her walking her dogs in the rain or snuggling with her partner while watching Mariner's baseball. Terrie has been a massage therapist for 18 years, working in a private practice and in medical settings. A published author who lives in St. Louis, she began teaching massage Terrie Yardley-Nohr techniques and ethics 12 years ago. Terrie says her students inspire her: "They teach me new lessons every day." 10 massage & bodywork january/february 2010

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