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The Heart’s Evolution by DAVID LAUTERSTEIN

DEEP MASSAGE SOCIETY·FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2016

by David Lauterstein

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Caring for our Bodies is Sacred Work by Nancy Dail

Caring for Our Bodies is Sacred Work
Love of Self
For Broad Bay Congregational Church on August 23, 2015 in Waldoboro, Maine
With Nancy Dail

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CORE Structural Integration and Myofascial Therapy

CORE Structural Integration and Myofascial Therapy:
A Lifetime of Improving Structure and Function
George P. Kousaleos, LMT

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Advocacy for Client Health

Advocacy for Client Health
By Nancy Dail

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What is Your Legacy?

  What is Your Legacy? By Nancy Waltz Dail I want to thank Emily Rice, Jill Moran and the conference committee for all their hard work organizing this conference. And to all of the individuals who have served on the conference committee over the years, you have given a legacy of service to our region […]

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Stiff Neck – Un-puzzing the Problem by Nancy Dail

  Stiff Neck – Un-puzzling the Problem By Nancy Dail Clients regularly complain of having a “stiff neck”. It may hurt to rotate, flex, extend or laterally flex the head or just feel like the head does not respond to movement well. Complaints may also include pain or discomfort on top of the head, general […]

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If the Walls Could Talk

Recently we had a Tracy Walton Oncology Massage Workshop at the Downeast School of Massage and after much reflection of the experience, this poem came to me last night. If the Walls Could Talk By Nancy Dail If the walls could talk the paint would weep pain, frustration and cry relief that compassionate touch provides […]

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Homage to the Human Hand

Homage to the Human Hand By David Lauterstein For the first thirty years of my life, I was a musician and composer. Among my first loves was the guitar and its music made through the wonderful composition of metal, strings, wood, and open space. I am still thrilled with the sight and sound of the […]

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Pregnancy Massage

SUPPORTING PREGNANCY WITH MASSAGE THERAPY Carole Osborne Nurturing touch during pregnancy, labor, and the postpartum period is not a new concept. Cultural and anthropological studies reveal that massage and movement during the childbearing experience was and continues to be a prominent part of many cultures’ healthcare.1 Studies indicate that most of the more peaceful cultures […]

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What is Kinesiology?

What is Kinesiology? By Nancy Dail Recently, Laura Allen asked “What is your favorite Kinesiology book?” From the bulk of the answers to her question, it was clear that many in our industry do not really know the definition of Kinesiology. To further confuse the issue, modalities have been labeled as “Applied Kinesiology” and later […]

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