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Music Masage Tables and Sound Healing...Does anyone have table like mine and do you use sound healing?
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Nutrion Rules by John

Started Jul 23, 2009


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Swedish Massage, Integrative Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Reflexology, Hot Stone, Craniosacral Therapy, Sports Massage, Reiki, Pre-natal Pregnancy Massage, Abdominal Massage, Myofascial Release, Chair Massage, Therapeutic Massage, Shiatsu, Trigger Point Therapy, Acupressure, Lymph Drainage, Aromatherapy, Thai/Thai Yoga Massage, Medical Massage, Energy Work, Somatic Practitioners, Structural Integration, Trager Approach, Rolfing

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We strive to offer the finest, cutting-edge, hands-on, NCBTMB approved continuing education courses in a safe, evocative, retreat-like, professional and respectful atmosphere.

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ASIS Massage Education's Blog

Someone posted an article about foot pain and our staff and alumni responded.

Someone posted “What is the best modality for foot pain? Foot pain can exist in many areas, plantar surface, dorsal surface, deep, superficial, and can be caused by multiple factors. Which modality would you use to alleviate conditions of the feet?” I tried to find the article which was posted a week ago but it's been deleted. Anyhow, here's a few responses from some of the staff and alumni at ASIS, including a few NCMTBM CE providers here at ASIS.

This is from Wendy Hines,… Continue

Posted on August 5, 2009 at 1:29pm — 4 Comments

Movement as Medicine: Body Wisdom for Modern Times By Jamie McHugh, RSME

We live in exciting times. In the last 30 years, scientific knowledge of the human body has grown tremendously. Applications in the fields of bodywork, sports psychology and the somatic arts have similarly blossomed. You may not know many of these new developments in movement awareness and expression. Yet, it is worth the effort to find out about them as personal collaboration with your body is essential for ongoing health and well-being as you age.

Many of us are ignorant about our… Continue

Posted on July 30, 2009 at 1:35pm



In the unforgettable words of Jack LaLanne, “. . . exercise is the king and nutrition is the queen.” He nailed that comparison. In life, as in the game of chess, Regina is much more influential than Rex.

Nutrition can compensate for sloth much better than exercise can overcome bad food. In today’s world, how much of which foods you put in your mouth determines roughly 60% of your level of health. Even the American Medical Association… Continue

Posted on July 23, 2009 at 12:47pm — 3 Comments

Craniosacral Therapy by Heidi Wilson

Describing what a craniosacral therapy session feels like is not easy. A recent client of mine said, “It feels like being in the womb of the world!” Words like “peaceful, relaxed, balanced, centered, free, calm” are often used to describe the experience of a session.

You might think of receiving craniosacral work for numerous types of symptoms or conditions. Headaches, low back pain, symptoms from injuries, recovery from surgeries, nervous system disorders, brain injuries, spinal… Continue

Posted on July 23, 2009 at 12:34pm

Please Consider an EDU-VACATION with Fantastic Advanced Therapeutic Arts CE Courses at ASIS in beautiful Northern Arizona, near Sedona!

ASIS massage education is offering more diverse & stimulating classes this fall & summer. Look below for more information on the following classes at ASIS:

* Meridian Stretching and the Five Element Theory

* Clearing the Gates, The K.I.R.A.™ Headache Protocol, Part I & II

* Peri-Natal Massage: Conscious Touch and Ethical Practices for the Childbearing Year

* Health Secrets of the Lympatic System: Healing Your Life by Healing Your Lymph

* ASIS Beyond… Continue

Posted on July 7, 2009 at 3:44pm

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At 2:05pm on August 28, 2009, Tharien C. Bramhall said…
I am new to the community and would like to know more about the ASIS program.
At 1:52pm on August 6, 2009, Gloria Coppola said…
That video was great. I posted it on FB for you too!
I couldn't stop laughing. Unfortunately, some therapist do some of those things. Love your sense of humor. Off to do a training and i'll connect with you next week about bringing Lomi to your school.
At 10:29am on July 31, 2009, Chip Hines said…
Thanks for the Invite!
At 10:15pm on July 23, 2009, Gloria Coppola said…
If you are ever interested in offering Lomi Lomi "The Rhythm of the Heart", i would be honored to present at your facility.
At 10:05pm on July 23, 2009, Mega R. Mease said…
Many thanks for the friend invitation. I look forward to contributing to the discussions.

At 8:53pm on July 23, 2009, Robin Michaels said…
You have some nice courses coming up, Thanks :)

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