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The Survey will end November 29, 2009
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Better to take the weekend one first. It will be offered again in the spring. The advanced one is side lying position and alignment work. It's great too, but will make more sense if you take the weekend long class first. I hope you can join.
I teach how to use the forearms as the primary tool in massage. I teach a weekend workshop in October that covers the whole body. It's great because you also get to receive a lot of bodywork. Basically the class is designed to teach massage therapists how to use their forearms so they can save the wear and tear on their hands. I also start the class with Chi Gong exercises for better body mechanics while working. In addition I'm teaching a one day advance forearm workshop in Nov. You are welcome to visit my website at www.shariauth.com, there some testimonials etc.
Chair massage sounds heavenly.
The stress in the world only means people need us more.