Massage & Bodywork

September/October 2011

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contributors IN THIS ISSUE Fibromyalgia affects millions of Americans. Check out Charlotte's and Rita's article on page 34, and Cara's on page 42, to learn how massage and bodywork can help. Christy lives, teaches, and practices in Tacoma, Washington. She is passionate about educating and empowering her clients and students to rediscover creativity and playfulness while revealing individual expressions of Christy Cael health. She synthesizes various bodywork and movement strategies to reawaken the healthy wisdom within. David Lauterstein In his youth, David immersed himself in music—classical, folk, Indian, and rock—and social activism. Social change led to personal change through psychotherapy and bodywork. Since 1977, he has concentrated on the practice of the art and science of bodywork, and has taught since 1982 throughout the United States and the United Kingdom. Cara has become a master of time juggling and multitasking thanks to her 2-year-old helper Owen. She has practiced in Ontario for almost a decade and is always on the lookout for a challenge, both in and out of the treatment room. Cara McGuinness Charlotte Versagi A practicing massage therapist, speaker, journalist, and author, Charlotte lives in Arizona where blue skies and mountains heal the spirit. Rita is a modern-day philosopher specializing in homespun wisdom and common sense. Openly curious about Rita Wood all things great and small, she embraces involvement with projects, people, and events and is often heard saying, "I am only here to be truly helpful." 10 massage & bodywork september/october 2011

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