Healing of the future . . . Now!
XIII, NO. 1
Our Second Internet Newsletter
is our 20th Bailey Therapeutic Massage Newsletter! Our first-ever
newsletter was mailed out through the U. S. Postal Service for Valentines Day
Nancy and Barry Bailey
Inflammation is often the cause of the pain that people feel in their muscles
and joints. Massage is regularly what sufferers turn to for relief, and more
often than not is quite helpful in relieving the pain caused by inflammation.
Supplementary methods can also be used by clients to complement the marvelous
effects of their massage.
Remember the special person in your life with a Bailey Therapeutic Massage, or STAR Tech Healing and Learning Center Gift Certificate
30 minutes - $40
60 minutes - $70
90 minutes - $100
Denominational – any $ amount
It’s that time of year again. Community Newspapers has sent out ballots for the
2006 Readers Choice voting. If you are a reader of a Community Newspaper
publication, please consider casting your votes for Bailey Therapeutic Massage
and the STAR Tech Healing and Learning Center.
What other things your therapists are doing
Barry has been teaching classes at night in the Acton-Boxborough Community Education program. He has already given classes that teach self-relief from pain for the lower arm and hand, lower legs, and neck and shoulders. In the fall, he taught an eight week Friday morning block of Active Stretching for EveryBODY classes.
Tuesday February 7 Barry teaches a new class, Anywhere Massage for Everybody. Advertisements for this class invite partners and couples to learn how to do simple massage techniques that can be done anywhere. Parents are encouraged to bring their children and teenagers and learn to do the through-clothing massage techniques on each other.
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Nancy has been working on Coppelia, the spring production for Dance Prism, Concord. The ballet is scheduled to be performed in Sudbury and Littleton on April 22nd, 23rd and in Andover on May 7th.
Coppelia will feature two guest artists from the Columbia City Ballet, Columbia, South Carolina. Guest artists are Miranda Bailey and Terry Blogg. Terry recently returned from a year-long tour of duty in Iraq.
Nancy is currently working on plans for scenery and costume design and execution for this light classical ballet that is based on a tale by E. T., Hoffman. Coppelia (the Girl with Enamel Eyes) is a very child-friendly ballet, with a beautiful score by Leo Delibes. The story takes place in a magical Toy Shop full of life-size dolls. The audience in invited to a “wedding celebration”/reception following each performance.
For tickets you can call Dance Prism at 978 371-1038 or visit the official website at www.danceprism.com.
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Barry has a new weekly offering at the Learning Center. Upper Body Self-Recovery Clinic / Class addresses upper body soft tissue tightness and pain. Personal attention is given to the participants who are in each class, and they are taught how to relieve their own pain by using Active Isolated Stretching, STAR Stretching, and various other techniques.
Each hour-long class is $15.
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Nancy and Barry regularly attend the Hand in Hand Networking meetings for Massage Therapists and other Body Workers. These meetings offer health care practitioners a chance to compare and share concerns, problems and successes. At each meeting a speaker offers information and ideas, and may share techniques for working better with clients.
The next meeting is scheduled for Friday, February 17 in Northborough, MA. Meetings run from 12:15 until 2 pm.
If you are a therapist or Body Worker, or know one who might be interested in attending, you can contact Marilyn Taylor, the Leader and Organizer. Her e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
As a part of our new email newsletter communications, we will offer specials to the reader from time to time. These will be unadvertised specials, available only by reading our on-line Newsletter, Therapy News.
We are offering the following Special Discount as a part of this edition of Therapy News: Schedule an appointment between February 8th and 18th. Mention this newsletter and the Winter 06 Special, and get $5 off of a thirty minute massage, $10 off a sixty minute massage or $15 off a ninety minute massage.
This offer is only good for new appointments that are scheduled as a result of receiving this newsletter. This offer does not apply to Gift Certificates.
To receive your discount, you MUST mention the Winter 06 Special offer when you schedule your appointment.
Classes and Workshops continue at the STAR Tech Healing and Learning Center. We encourage you to try a Stretching or Yoga class. Full information about all Classes can be found at http://www.startechhealing.com/classes.htm
Information on Workshops for the Public can be found at http://www.startechhealing.com/Public_Workshops.htm
Information on Training workshops for Massage Therapists can be found at http://www.startechhealing.com/Training_Workshops.htm.
New evidence is supporting the belief that accumulating exercise over the day is just as effective as exercising all at once. What could be more logical? This is how man has moved and evolved since his beginning. Only in today’s culture do we feel we have to squeeze all of the movement that our body wants and needs, into an hour or two, several times a week.
So, climb those stairs instead of taking the elevator, and park your car in the far corner of the parking lot and walk for a few minutes. Garden, walk the dog, play with your children and pets knowing that it is a completely natural and healthy thing to do.
Continue to exercise on a regular schedule, but don’t beat yourself up, when you miss a workout.
Nancy Bailey & Barry Bailey
© 2006 Barry L. Bailey
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