M&B Magazine: 2019, Issue 1: Massage & Bodywork Magazine January-February 2019

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Massage & Bodywork magazine promotes professionalism among practitioners and stimulates healthy dialogue about the field, while remaining mindful of the breadth of bodywork backgrounds, beliefs, and modalities. In this issue, learn about the physical assessment and palpation of the psoas, explore if a no-tip policy is right for you, understand the implications of massage and temporomandibular joint disorders, learn about massage license reciprocity when moving out of state, and refresh your knowledge of the trapezius. This issue also includes information on compassion, bones as levers, spondylolysis and spondylolisthesis, and practice-based research networks.

The January February 2019 issue of Massage & Bodywork magazine features contributions from various authors including Laura Allen, Christy Cael, Kristin Coverly, Cyndi Dale, Erik Dalton, Allissa Haines, Ian Harvey, Ivy Hultquist, Liz Koch, Whitney Lowe, Til Luchau, Amy Andrews McMaster, Niki Munk, Joseph Muscolino, Thomas Myers, Douglas Nelson, Karrie Osborn, Heath and Nicole Reed, Michael Reynolds, Anita Smith, Ruth Werner, and Cindy Williams.

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The award-winning Massage & Bodywork magazine features contributions from multiple authors and leaders in the profession on a variety of topics aimed at enhancing the knowledge and success of massage and bodywork practitioners worldwide.   

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