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 bodywork - (edanya)
10:55am 06/09/2010
EDANYA posting in Bodywork
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November Specials:
 bodywork - (superultraokay)
12:01pm 06/11/2009
Bittersweetness posting in Bodywork
1st time clients; Receive a FREE additional 30 mins to your massage!

For EVERYONE; All single massages are 25% off when you book with a friend!

4464 Fremont ave N. Suite #102
Seattle, WA. 98103

Jack, LMP
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Massage on Wed. 10/28!
 bodywork - (superultraokay)
12:54am 25/10/2009
Bittersweetness posting in Bodywork
For new paying clients!

When you bring a friend, you both will receive an additional FREE 30 mins to your massage time of choice!

$40/30 mins of massage

$80/60 mins of massage

$120/ 90 mins of massage

$160/ 2 hours of massage

Call or text to make an appointment now!
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25%-50% off select Massage Prices!
 bodywork - (superultraokay)
01:33pm 26/09/2009
Bittersweetness posting in Bodywork
Bambu Organic Salon
(Located at:
3919 Stone Way N.
Seattle, WA. 98103)

Corner of Stone & Bridge
Pricing and Package deals inside!Collapse )
Call or Text to book an appointment!

Jack, LMP
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Recovery in the classroom?
 bodywork - (turtles_path)
12:20am 03/08/2008
remember to breathe posting in Bodywork
I'm registered to enter the practical portion of the third term at a massage therapy program in Washington DC at the end of August. This practical section focuses on integrating Swedish and Deep Tissue techniques. I'll be attending classes once a week while working full time (office)and doing at least two practice sessions per week plus working in the clinic and a few adjunct technique classes on weekends.

I have also just been diagnosed with non-invasive breast cancer, and will likely be undergoing surgery for a lumpectomy in early September. Good news is that it's been caught early and a full recovery is expected, however, I have some reservations about the recovery from the surgery itself. I understand that short term recovery can be up to a week, and long term recovery can be up to a month, the main restriction being no heavy lifting. I am doing my own research, consulting with a breast surgeon and setting up a meeting with the administration at my school to discuss what may be possible in my endeavors to give myself every opportunity to heal and hopefully simultaneously continue with my studies.

Are there any BC survivors in the community, and/or bodyworkers who work with breast cancer patients who may be able to shed some light on what I can expect to be capable of during long-term recovery? I can definitely get help transporting and setting up my table, but I'm not sure what will be healthy for me to attempt - giving and receiving wise. Of course everyone's experience is different, but any advice or resources you may be able to share will be much appreciated.
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 bodywork - (goshling)
08:45am 16/07/2008
goshling posting in Bodywork
A friend just alerted me to this article:
http://www.tangomag.com/20085830/the-female-happy-ending-massage.html which is basically encouraging people to ask their massage therapists for sex, cos it's great fun and *everyone* is doing it these days.

Just bloody great.
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 bodywork - (fulguritus)
01:16am 08/03/2007
Bean posting in Bodywork
This is actually a tipping question.
I'm getting Rolfed for the 1st time tomorrow. By a woman here in Austin that I know is really good at what she does. She charges $100 a session- does the typical 20% still apply here?
I don't know if Rolfing is the same as massage in that way.
I mean, I don't know if I'm always tipped 20% or anything when I do massage or Reiki, but I usually get tipped something.
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