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Our hope is to share problems and solutions as they relate to Polarity Therapy.

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Comment by Tina Holt on February 20, 2012 at 7:20pm

Would love to have an article about Polarity Therapy for my website, if anyone on here is interested in writing.http://www.massage-education.com

Thanks and let me know!

Comment by Rebecca M Jones on February 28, 2011 at 11:14am
I just graduated and am certified in Holistic & Therapeutic Massage Therapy and continuing on with Advanced Polarity for my RPP. I am awaiting for my massage license to start my practice, finding a space, creating a website, always practicing and constantly educating clients to the benefits of Polarity and Massage. Polarity is my passion and am enjoying the advanced work.
Comment by Peter Adams on February 28, 2011 at 11:02am
Thanks for mentioning Amadea's name and book.  I look forward to reading it.  Will you share your experiences/thoughts about those two sessions?  Be well!
Comment by Kevin Clark on February 28, 2011 at 6:01am
Hi Peter, I joined mainly out of curiosity.  I don't know much about Polarity, I don't practice it, and I've only had a couple of sessions.  As a student and practitioner of Ayurveda, Polarity periodically shows up on my "radar."  Amadea Morningstar teaches a continuing education course on Polarity with a strong emphasis on Ayurveda (in fact, I believe she wrote a book on the subject).  Someday I hope to be able to take her course.
Comment by Peter Adams on February 25, 2011 at 4:20pm

I'm kind of new to this type of site but what better way to find out than to jump into the deep end.

I've joined MBP recently and the first thing I did was to set up a Polarity group.  Didn't really expect much, this being a Massage oriented site.  But as mama said, "that's what you get for thinking".

I'm a recent graduate of SWIHA in Tempe Arizona.  I change my major to Polarity after my first session to see what it was like.  I love it!  I've been blessed to be a participant in some remarkable sessions as a student practitioner as well as a client.

I've come to believe, and I embrace the benefit of therapeutic massage, Polarity offers something deeper for the client.  It is a way to reach the source of chronic conditions when massage might only be addressing the symptom offering temporary relief.

Any comments?  Would love to hear why you've joined this group.

To all, be well.

 

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