Aubrey Gowing and Alison Kavanagh, a brother and sister team from Dublin, Ireland, are the founders and college directors at the Holistic College of Dublin. Their lives have been immersed in the world of health and wellness since before they could talk. And now, their ability to talk and teach about all things bodywork seems boundless. Join Allison Denney as she sits down with Aubrey and Alison to reflect on how the field of massage therapy continues to expand, and how their ability to listen to expansion and contraction continues to point them in the right direction.
Allison's column in Massage & Bodywork magazine:
“The Hand: A User’s Guide,” by Allison Denney, Massage & Bodywork magazine. November/December 2021, page 81.
“Feelization: Connect with Clients on a Deeper Level,” by Allison Denney, Massage & Bodywork magazine, September/October 2021, page 85.
“The Case for Consistency: Treating Persistent Injuries,” by Allison Denney, Massage & Bodywork magazine, July/August 2021, page 80.
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