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Mr. Gordon J. Wallis in his post “Knot in a muscle’ raised very important topic and it seems that members expressed variety of opinions. Considering the importance of the subject I decided to…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Gary W Addis, LMT Oct 29, 2011.
Dear Colleagues, Welcome to Issue #2 (2011) of Journal of Massage Science. Starting this publication we will be changing the numbering of JMS future issues. Our readers in the southern hemisphere…Continue
Started May 13, 2011
We would like to infrom you that Issue # 4, 2011 of JMS is available for you to read. It contains a wealth of interesting information to read and use while working on your clients.
Our Person of the Month for this issue is Sophia Perkovich, who is the director of the Cortiva Institute massage therapy school in Scottsdale, Arizona. Originally from Canada, she knows…Continue
Posted on October 25, 2011 at 1:15am
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
I would like to inform you that Issue #2 (2011) of Journal of Massage Science is available for you to read. Here is brief summary of this issue's content.
More and more scientific research is done in the massage field. Some studies are well designed and greatly contribute to future development of the profession while others lack a…
Posted on May 6, 2011 at 10:44pm
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