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~Do you use energy medicine? Are you a healer? How do you view healing and energy work? Do you see energy as a medium for healing? Please assist a good friend of mine with this project and…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Bronk Aug 17, 2012.
~ I've written a blog post about an on-going experience I've been having while performing actual massage. It's rather long, so I'll just post a link to it here, with a bit of an intro... "I've been…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by yanzi Sep 8, 2011.
~ From Dr. Fulford's book, 'Touch of Life': "A universal law can be explained by three words: Give and Regive. I give my services to my patients and they return to me their gratitude. I've received…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Las Vegas Massage In Summerlin Feb 28, 2011.
Ok, back to massage related issues. I’ve been very busy lately, even yesterday on Sunday I performed a full day of massage sessions, so I figured I’d attempt to write a bit about it. Life experiences come in all shapes and sizes. I’ve learned and experienced a great deal from Ki Aikido, and have done my best to apply what I have learned to my life, and in training to becoming a more proficient, efficient and effective…Continue
Posted on September 24, 2012 at 7:32am
Once again, the dancing bear can sit still no longer. (Me.) I was going to let it go, until a client of mine, an ER MD who works in countries around the world poked me about this topic as she often does, in regards to the massage industry’s reactionary behavior on issues of little matter. This is in regards to the Siri App and happy endings. Continued below….
Yet again, similar to last years focus on The View (or was it this years focus?) and comments made in regards to…Continue
Posted on December 6, 2011 at 10:12am — 5 Comments
Ang and I went out last night for a few beers at the Village Pub in Summerlin. I was chatting with a gentlemen and he asked, "What do you do for a living?" I told him I was a massage therapist who specializes in orthopedic massage, assisting folks with all their aches and pains. Continued, below...
He then asked me, “Do you like it?” At this point it was just too funny. This huge, sh** eating grin just bubbled up out of me, and before I could reply, he commented again,…Continue
Posted on July 19, 2011 at 12:58pm — 2 Comments
It may seem paradoxical to include martial arts practice as an important aspect to being a massage therapist. When we think of the martial arts, words such as, ‘opponent’ ‘defeat’, and ‘against’ often come to mind.
However, aikido differs from disciplines such as…Continue
Posted on July 12, 2011 at 11:50am — 1 Comment