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the exterior body of a motor vehicle

the work of making or repairing vehicle bodies

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Thereafter, the clinical coordinator assesses what could be a compatible match among the client, the bodyworker, and the psychotherapist.
At four p.m., the women gather in the lodge living room to meet the nun who is a bodyworker. They sit in a loose circle of musty wicker and wooden chairs, as the bodyworker speaks.
My bodyworker covered me and started working on my shoulders.
Your dance studio may be a good place to get recommendations for the right class or bodyworker for you.
Zach Thomas, a Presbyterian minister from Charlotte, N.C., founded an organization in 1989, aiming, he said, to "bless" the trend and help churches "reclaim a more visible healing ministry." Some 200 people, most of the experts in therapeutic massage, have joined the group, the National Association of Bodyworkers in Religious Service.
Your dance studio might be a good place to get recommendations for the right class or bodyworker for you.
Portuguese massage therapists and bodyworkers are now able to purchase massage tables and massage supplies at as Wang made the final updates to the site earlier this week.
"Break Through with Breathwork: Jump-Starting Personal Growth in Counseling and the Healing Arts" by licensed clinical psychologist Jim Morningstar (a pioneer in the integration of psychotherapy with mind-body techniques such as breathwork and bio-spiritual energetics), is a groundbreaking study that shows therapists, bodyworkers, and other health care professionals how to achieve remarkable breakthroughs with their clients using the power of Therapeutic Breathwork.
Humanitarian clowns mobilized the community's healing resources: All the established providers came (dentists, nurses, doctors, hospitals, hospice); and the often untapped and underused resources also came (bodyworkers, art/ dance/music/pet therapists, energy workers, traditional healers, and clowns).
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.
This is a useful resource for bodyworkers in any manual therapy field.
There are some great bodyworkers, psychics, 'readers' and healers who have been drawn to the area which itself is gaining a worldwide reputation as having healing qualities.
Having once taken many months to recover from a work injury, veteran massage therapist Braun offers colleagues, bodyworkers, and others whose work involves repetitive use of their hands, how to guard against injury.
Jade Shutes, a contemporary aromatherapy pioneer and co-author of Aromatherapy for Bodyworkers, defines aromatherapy as "the holistic therapeutic application of genuine essential oils for enhancing the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health of the individual." Olfactory aromatherapy is experiencing essential oils via the pathways of our noses only.