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Jeni Spring, LMT / Heeling Sole
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  • San Antonio, TX
  • United States

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Introduction to Ashiatsu

Thank you so much for the opportunity to introduce you to the amazing ancient healing power of Ashiatsu BarefootBar® Massage techniques, affectionately branded “the deepest most luxurious massage on the planet”.

Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy® (AOBT) is the first nationally approved study course for a western barefoot effleurage massage technique using bars on the ceiling. The founder, Ruthie Hardee, spent numerous years on research and the modality is now…


Posted on October 20, 2012 at 10:36am

Create Your Own Breast Support Pillow

With deep compression massage, it's especially important to have breast pillows available for large-breasted clients and those with implants.  (Remember, all that fabulous deep work around the scapula is effecting everything on the anterior side of the body, too!)

There are breast pillows available for…


Posted on September 9, 2012 at 12:00am

Ashiatsu for Athletes


Posted on March 20, 2011 at 10:00am

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Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage, Myofascial Release, Therapeutic Massage, Shiatsu, Trigger Point Therapy, Lymph Drainage, Thai/Thai Yoga Massage, Medical Massage

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At 2:04am on August 7, 2019, Margaret Miller said…

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At 5:19pm on February 7, 2011, Terry Norman, NCTMB, AOBTA-CI said…
I will try to contact them.  Do you have a phone #?   Sorry you couldn't make the class in Amarillo.  It was a good one.   We had 13 in class.  Good Qi.  Hope you are well.  Talk to you soon.---T
At 3:42pm on January 24, 2011, Peggy O. Conley said…


Sorry for the lull on not friending you sooner.  I haven't loked at the site in a long time.   After 23yrs of doing massage. (last 8 yrs working part time)  I took the last year off helping my 92 yr old Dad by bring him to our home.   He is now in a nursing home where I visit often. 

I hope to get back into the swing of things soon.   Alot has changed since I received my License in 1988.


At 4:53pm on December 29, 2010, Terry Norman, NCTMB, AOBTA-CI said…
Hey Jeni: Hope you had a great Christmas! Are you ready for 2011? If certainly feels odd to write 2011. What happened to 2010? I suppose when I awake in the morning it'll be 2020.

Do you still want me to come to SA an teach Acupressure & Tuina? I'll be returning to Amarillo next month at Cindy's. I'd love to have you attend, since you were unable to come the 1st weekend in Dec. Let me know what's going on for you.

Don't get to wild on New Year's Eve. If you do, invite me over.
At 8:08pm on December 9, 2009, Ron Carter said…
yeah stupid me broke my right big toe, doing things that 20 yr olds do not 30 yr olds.
At 9:35pm on August 21, 2009, Shawn Maria Brinza said…
maybe we met at the texas festival? Margie Meshew's Thai class? I'v only been to TX a couple times.. Ever been to Fla? I grew up in Illinois.
At 3:57pm on August 21, 2009, Shawn Maria Brinza said…
Saw Ruthie at World Massage in Tx, in April, We really didn't get to talk too much. I wanted to get her CD then but time got away from me. Need to do that, I bet its fantastic. I will be looking forward to seeing her in June. So your going yes?
At 7:07pm on July 31, 2009, Mike Hinkle said…
Hi Jeni,

You do know Ruthie Hardee will be teaching Ashiatsu at the Festival next year in KY ?
At 9:06pm on July 13, 2009, Mike Hinkle said…
Hi Jeni - We just added a ceremony to close out the program. 2009 Hall of Famer Jenny Ray will perform the ceremony. Here is her explanation...

Together we 'Become' the ceremony...Creator looks down on the drums, the people, the fire, the water and sees it all as they 'become' the ceremony.

Because so many people are doing 'smudge' before they work on a client, we will relate, from a Native perspective, the reasoning behind it. The Legend will be told as long as it takes to finish the process and will be expanded into 'Hollow Bone' teachings which is so powerful for healers as they imagine Creator moving through their bodies.

We will all then create Prayer Ties, showing how it is only one perspective on prayer and yet is open to every faith and religion with no conflict....this allows every person to add their own beliefs to the ceremony for even more diversity to prove that all humans are related. Then all ties are placed in a Medicine Wheel Altar which empowers us as a group because our prayers are blended.

As we focus the prayers on the Bridge Builders both in the massage profession and around the world, we will 'feel' the energy build as the prayers are set on the altar. While we are placing the ties on the altar Jenny and Janelle will play a couple of flute songs. Once the altar is set they will sing some simple songs with drums that are instantly learned in English with 'Indian Sign Language' (It is so beautiful to see so many hands moving in harmony!) And they will sing one verse in their Native tongue which folks feel gives it more power. We finish by burning the ties to make a 'picture' of our prayers for Creator in the smoke.
At 12:04pm on July 13, 2009, Mike Hinkle said…
Hi Jeni - Did you have any other ideas about the Festival?

The entertainment will be: Thurday 7PM pick-up Bluegrass music in Old Town, Berea. We will shuttle people to the event and back to the college. Friday AM is the three Yoga classes by Linda Cramer to vendors, therapists and the general public. Friday PM is the Symposium like we had this year. And Sat PM will be the Hall of Fame ceremonies and reception. Comedian Lanny Moody from Atlanta will be on prior to the Hall of Fame.

Sunday evening I am thinking about a special ceremony around the circular fountain on campus.

The town is the "Arts & Crafts Capitol of Kentucky". The therapists and vendors will access to all the facilities on campus from the weight room, handball courts, gymnasium, the outside and inside tracks and the Olympic pool. They can stay on campus for four nights, have all-you-can-eat buffet style meals and choose from 14 instructors teaching 30 different classes. We had over $31,000 worth of free prizes last year and we want to surpass that amount this year. Volunteers even have a chance to win points and get next year free.

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