For over 40 years I've been rubbing the kinks out of people's necks & shoulders.  One of those people, who had received a professional massage, suggested I should become a massage therapist.  I've been licensed in NH since 1996....

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For 2.5 days at the beginning of April I enjoyed participating/taking a Continuing Education class in Manchester, NH.  In the class (Anatomy Trains - Structural Essentials 2: Fans of the Hip) we did a visual assessment of the hips to see if there was an imbalance (ie: one hip higher than the other). If an imbalance was determined we discussed and used "hands on" work to encourage the muscles to back into balance.  It was a great review of the musculature of the hip/pelvis.  The training intrigued me to want more classes. Due to my being zealous in being the best I can be for my clients, I won't need to take any more classes for awhile.  According to a representative in the NH Health Department I just need 12 CEUs in 2 years.  The Anatomy Trains class gave me 18 CEUs. If you have low back discomfort, consider coming in for a massage. There is some availability in my schedule.  

   

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