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This presentation was recorded in 2012 at The Applied Anatomy Institute in Berkeley, CA. The audience was massage therapists interested in hospice massage.
This is a demonstration of Everflowing massage techniques presented during the presentation in the video listed above.
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The following audio was recorded during a teaching for the Metta Institute during their End Of Life Care Practitioner Program. The topic was establishing relationship through touch. The participants sharing and the exercises have been edited out. The Frank I am referring to in my dialogue is Frank Ostaseski, the founder and director of the Metta Institute.
The following recording is an excerpt from a 2-hour presentation in Berkeley, CA, October 2011, for Flamnia Enterprises. The topic was creating more intimacy in our lives through touch awareness including touching the self, touching the earth, touching with love, touching others and receptivity. The silent spaces have been left in as to allow the listener to participate in the body dialogue exercise.
The following information was recorded during a Providing Massage in Hospice Care course in 2012. This information is the foundation for the Everflowing philosophy and the principals of technique delivery.
The following information was recorded in a Providing Massage in Hospice Care course in 2012. This information has been called Smith's Modification Model. It gives the principals of, and implementation guidelines, for modifying massage techniques with clients who are seriously symptomatic and/or at the end of life.
The following information was recorded in a Providing Massage In Hospice Care course in 2012. Irene Smith talks about how she sees the role of the massage therapist beyond massaging the client.