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Anatomical Sections and Regions ...

Intro to Massage
Massage Modalities
Massage School Notes
Anatomy & Kinesiology
The Muscles
Massage Sequences
Swedish Massage
Deep Tissue Massage
Alignment Therapy
Reflexology Massage
TriggerPoint Therapy
Trigger Charts

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


 730 Hour Certification


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!


 2.4ghz v 900mhz

 Cable v DSL

 Cordless Security

 Firewalls for Dummies

 Telecom 101


Massage to promote physical recovery, relaxation, healing and wellbeing.
Anatomical Sections and Regions

  • Sections

    1. Frontal (or coronal) - divides body into anterior and posterior sections

    2. Saggital (midsaggital if in centerline) - divides body into right and left sections

    3. Transverse (or horizontal) - divides body into superior and inferior sections


  • Regions (note: right and left are CLIENT'S right and left)

    1. Superior: Right hypochondriac, epigastric, left hypochondriac

    2. Middle: Right lumbar, Umbilical, left lumbar

    3. Inferior: Right iliac, hypogastric, left iliac

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