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bodywork

1. the external shell of a motor vehicle
2. any form of therapy in which parts of the body are manipulated, such as massage
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Once therapy begins, the bodyworker particularly needs to be cautious abaut the possibility of flashbacks or hyperarousal in the session.
They sit in a loose circle of musty wicker and wooden chairs, as the bodyworker speaks.
Your dance studio may be a good place to get recommendations for the right class or bodyworker for you.
Your dance studio might be a good place to get recommendations for the right class or bodyworker for you.
We are confident that this product will be a must-have for many of our bodyworker clients.
She was an instructor at UCMT for 10 years during which she developed curriculum for several courses, and was instrumental in the design of UCMT's master bodyworker program.
Wang revealed that the new shop manager and head customer service representative in Portugal will be Carlos Silva, a Portuguese massage therapist and bodyworker.
Presented at the Fiat stand, the prototype stands out for its sinuous yet decidedly sporty and contemporary contours, inspired by the namesake predecessor built in the 1950 by the famous Italian bodyworker on the chassis of the 500.
22 /PRNewswire/ -- Fitness trainer and bodyworker to the stars, Rebecca Kordecki, whose past and present clients include Raquel Welch, Oliver Stone, The Rock, Tom Arnold and Friends Executive Producer Kevin S.
Florida law mandates Massage Therapists and Bodyworkers to renew their licenses biennially (every two years).
Ivana is a professor in veterinary anatomy and physiology and travels the world doing whole horse dissections for vets, bodyworkers, farriers and horse owners.
Today most bodyworkers and energy therapists take as a fact the concept that trauma is absorbed and stored in the body and can be unblocked by correcting the energy flow.