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WHAT'S INSIDE? NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2017 FEATURES 60 THE BRACHIAL PLEXUS AND THORACIC OUTLET SYNDROME Understanding the complex relationship between the brachial plexus and TOS can sharpen your anatomy skills, boost your critical thinking skills, and benefi t your clients. By Joseph E. Muscolino, DC 70 THE UNION OF YOGA AND MASSAGE From integrated health to growing your practice, read lessons from a massage educator and yoga instructor about the potential symbiotic benefi ts of yoga and bodywork. By Cindy Williams 74 THE LESSONS OF COMPASSION Massage & Bodywork sits down with Therapeutic Touch developer Dolores Krieger, a trailblazer in introducing complementary health to traditional medicine practitioners. By Karrie Osborn 80 HOW ON-DEMAND MASSAGE FIRMS CAN WORK FOR YOU Consumer demand for massage is at an all-time high—and that's good news for you. Learn how you can partner with these fi rms and enjoy the career fl exibility you deserve. By Brandon Twyford 112 52 ABMP MEMBER PROFILE: Ashley Allday Cover photo at Esalen by Doug Ellis Photography. BROADEN YOUR TOUCH REPERTOIRE How often do you bring your assumptions about a client's condition to the table? What difference would it make if you let the client's body guide you instead? These authors suggest fl ipping your predispositions and observing the outcomes. By Robyn Scherr and Kate Mackinnon

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