What a year of transformation, transition, grief and joy! Three deaths close to my heart…. my first grandchild’s birth… a new home…. an unsettling election process. Oh, I have been tested and refined by 2016! During and in its aftermath, questions abound: Can I adapt and go with the flow of... read more →
If you spend time working from a rolling stool, it's all about sitting tall (in the saddle?!). Safeguard your massage therapy career by learning to apply various Tai Chi principles to using body weight and aligning joints. It's worked for me since 1974!
Tip #2 for Longevity as a Massage Therapist Join me as I celebrate my 42nd year of therapeutic massage and bodywork by sharing with YOU what works!
Tip #1 for Longevity as a Massage Therapist Join me as a celebrate my 42nd year of therapeutic massage and bodywork by sharing with YOU what works!
NOTE: The following article is intended to present the massage therapist/bodyworker safe, effective guidelines for addressing the most common pregnancy complaint, lumbar and pelvic pain. Sections of this article are excerpted from, Pre- and Perinatal Massage Therapy, which forms the theoretical foundation of the 4-day course developed by Carole Osborne.... read more →
by 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... read more →