MY VISION:
THE PRACTICE OF MASSAGE FLOURISHES

Some people may think the continuation of massage in our society is a given. They may say, “People have always given massage and always will.” In contrast, I say, “The survival of massage requires intention and commitment.”

Some people may think the continuation of massage in our society is a given. They may say, “People have always given massage and always will.” In contrast, I say, “The survival of massage requires intention and commitment.”

This is my vision: I see the practice of massage flourishing in our homes and in our communities. Together we not only maintain the practice of using careful, specific human touch to assist healing, but together we further develop the skills used in the healing practice of massage. WOW! This is fantastic!

Have you noticed that increasing automation has led to the decline of many manual skills in our society? Did you know that healers in Hawaii previously knew how to heal bones in a few hours using a special focused process? That skill has been lost, at least temporarily. If not well tended, massage could likewise be lost.

I personally COMMIT to keeping the healing art of massage alive and well for our current generation and the generations which follow us. Will you join me?

Copyrighted 2013 Barbara Helynn Heard

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