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Even after 19 years as an editor at Massage & Bodywork, Karrie Osborn continues to be inspired by her colleagues and the field of massage and bodywork. "I learn something new every day," she says. Her greatest joy comes in helping her two teens find their own inspirations. 10 m a s s a g e & b o d y w o r k j u l y / a u g u s t 2 0 1 7 contributors Jennifer Friedman is a freelance health writer and poet who loves all healing modalities. She is a licensed massage therapist in South Florida specializing in craniosacral therapy. She thrives in the outdoors and is the mother of a beautiful, feisty girl and an adorable boy. Ruth Werner is living her dream life, working mostly from home on the beautiful Oregon coast, where she has a love/hate relationship with the rain. She spends her free time with her fluffy walking companion, Woody, on the beach, dyeing and painting silk, and making quilts for loved ones. Performing on percussion in a local band has fulfilled Scott Zamurut's long-held ambition to be a professional musician. The CBDs—naturally they're a Colorado band playing medicinal music— allow Scott to maintain congruence between his work as a healer and his musical explorations. music inspires you 914-312-1686

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