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“Dynamic Integrative Massage Techniques for the Upper Body” is the title of his multi-lingual DVD which will be released at this month’s AMTA Minnesota National Conference in 5 language with the aim of sharing knowledge and reaching colleagues across the continents.”  Lewis is best known for his use of Dynamic Angular Petrissage (DAP)TM, a powerful, safe and effective technique that requires little physical effort on part of the therapist. Using…more

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Balance is the theme at this year’s American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) National Convention in Minneapolis, Minnesota, scheduled for Sept. 22 to 25, 2010. Balance is exemplified by Oakworks®, the largest U.S manufacturer of treatment tables and chairs, accessories and other equipment for the professional bodyworker. At this year’s AMTA convention, Oakworks will showcase its new NOVA 123 System, as well as its innovative Side-lying Positioning System (SLP), …More

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Aug. 16, Mississauga, ON – For the second year in a row, Registered Massage Therapist Paul Lewis organized the pre and post sports massage therapy tent at the annual Erica’s Wish Charity Fundraiser.Erica’s Wish was first held on August 16, 2009 on Erica’s birthday, and raised much- needed funds for the cancer Society and Erica….More

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The Lewis Circles is a form of dynamic stretching, warming up and lengthening muscles that helps to warm-up your shoulders and upper thoracic area, while simultaneously improving mobility. This exercise has been taught to and used by health professionals as an effective self-care exercise used after an injury, in the prevention of injury and for overall improved physical performance…more

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Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) is the most common cause of acute paralysis in North America and Europe being diagnosed 80-120 times per week in Canada and the United States.  Registered massage therapy may now be able to assist with patient comfort during illness and recovery from GBS… Read more

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Originally printed in IT e-Xtra June 2010 Issue Another therapist – who I was treating for stiff shoulders and low back pain – recently asked me, ‘why do you use pillows in your treatment?’ Although not a new concept, I believe pillows can prove invaluable tools if used in conjunction with the client’s needs and the treatment objectives.  Pillowing and bolstering can provide comfort and support to both the therapist and the client throughout a number of treatments, with the...

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“The Massage School Makeover” is an extraordinary first-time event combining the generosity of business professionals and educators to emphasize the necessity of using only professional grade products and equipment in our schools and in our practices… Read more

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About the Therapist: PAUL LEWIS AT A GLANCE Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) (more than 2200 hours of instruction) Graduate of Sutherland-Chan School and… Read more

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Paul Lewis RMT-Multi-Language DVD Chair Massage-World Multi-Language DVD on sale now. English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Cantonese and Mandarin…Read more

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OAKWORKS® Presents: Paul Lewis RMT – Uniting table and chair massage-Advanced techniques 2 CE Contact Hours. This educational workshop will be taught… Read more

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