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Intro to Massage
Massage Modalities
Massage School Notes
Ethics
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The Muscles
Massage Sequences
Aromatherapy
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Swedish Massage
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Alignment Therapy
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Past Employment

Residential Property Management Community Manager PPA
Residential Property Management Assistant Manager, Leasing  HVA
Online Technical Account Manager
Massage Therapy Clinical Therapist
Telecom Products Sales Executive
ASP Support Client Services
Inquiry Center CRM Specialist
Call Center Design Engineer
Help Desk Desktop Support
Call Center Client Communications
Hospitality Reservations Manager
Sales Special Orders
Retail Commercial Ast Manager

Highlights and documents I have written

Information Technology


Creating Customer Loyalty

 End user Training

Massage Therapy


 Massage Therapy

 Being a Male Therapist

 Ethics

 730 Hour Certification

Transcripts

Many occupational hazards of adult life will be greatly alleviated by massage:

  • aching back and shoulder after a long office stint
  • exhaustion or overstrained muscles from physical labor or excessive exercise
  • circulatory problems from too little exercise by sedentary workers.
Massage can benefit you right down to the cellular level!

Telecommunications


 2.4ghz v 900mhz

 Cable v DSL

 Cordless Security

 Firewalls for Dummies

 Telecom 101
 

 


Yoga

 

Yoga, which originated in India more than 5,000 years ago, is a Hindu system of philosophy that encompasses the body, mind and spirit. Its aim is ultimate physical health and happiness, together with mental peace and tranquillity.


 
Types of yoga

Yoga is a Sanskrit word for 'union', describing the experience of oneness or union with your inner being (self).

 

There are various types of yoga, all of which lead ultimately to the same goal - unification with the Divine.

The yoga paths can be broadly classified into:

  • Bhakti yoga - Path of Devotion
  • Karma yoga - Path of Selfless Action
  • Jnana yoga - Path of Transcendental Knowledge
  • Asthanga yoga - Path of Patanjali (eight-step path)

The most common type practised in the West is hatha yoga, a combination of asanas (physical exercises and postures), pranayama (breathing techniques) and meditation. It is said to provide a balanced and wholesome approach to achieving perfect physical and mental health, happiness and tranquillity.

Eastern yogis (yoga practitioners) believe asanas are simply stepping stones to higher paths. They also believe that working on the body alone is a waste of time as the body is mortal whereas the soul is immortal. Hatha yoga is, in fact, a single step in the eight step path of Asthanga yoga.

 

Getting started

Many people learn yoga by attending classes, although videos and books are also popular. As with all exercises, technique is very important and for this reason it's advisable for beginners to seek out a reputable teacher.

 

Is it for you?

Yoga can be practised by anyone at any age. It develops flexibility and muscular endurance and, like many martial arts, incorporates techniques to relieve stress and bring the mind and body into harmony.

 

 
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