Of course Allan.
I believe there is no reason not to be good friends. We will.
PS by the way European/ Russian manual therapy/manipulative techniques is very similar to Western Osteopathic manipulations.
Thank you for joining my medical and sports massage group. I hope that our friendship will be pleasant and mutual beneficial. You welcome to initiate discussions, to post questions as well to answer on questions of others. I am planning constantly to be involved in discussions as well to post my articles and links to my videos. In such a case we will be able to exchange our knowledge. Meantime you welcome to view my video lessons as well to read a bit on the history of Russian medical and sports massage .if you will have any questions on the subjects please feel free to post it .I will be happy to reply .Using the opportunity would like to ask you to recommend my group to other practitioners. Up front thank you.
I will revise once I receive feedback from you and the attendees at this year's national conference for the National Association of Myofascial Trigger Point Therapists.
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Hi Allan . . . I knew that the provocative comment might stir things up, but there is another dimension to fascial "connectedness" that has yet to be added to any curriculum. Surely the continued difficulties in solving back pain attest to that. I for one recognise that we have so much to learn about movement, and that current bodywork methods will change, in line with those changes sweeping through the community of healers. There will be robust debate in defence of things like craniosacral work, kinesiology, homeopathy, raindrops, vitamins . . .even the roles of basic muscles! Look at Gracovetsky's work, for example. I look forward to these developments in the interests of my current and future clients. Exciting times are upon us . . welcome to the revolution Allan!