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July 12, 2011


Tam Tran

Dear Anne,

Thank you for your article! What a nice distinction between Rolfing and myofascial techniques used in massage.

And I am with you, myofascia work is used differently, but works well to meet our clients' needs and wants.

Thanks again!
Massage Therapist and Rolfer, NYC

Deep Tissue Massage In Natic

It's a great article, I like it. It works well to meet our clients' needs and wants.

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