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John Nickolas Barakitis


Anatomy, physiology and kinesiology. NCBTMB testing and study guides. Cranio-Sacral Therapy, Massage therapy (General) Reiki, Shamballa and Energy based modalities

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I am a Certified Kriya Massage Therapist of 15 years and and an A & P Instructor/Massage Instructor for 7 years for two massage therapy schools in South Carolina, Georgia and New Hampshire. Currently living in Ashland Oregon. Specialties in Holistic Healing




AS Computer Science / Music Composition, Certificates in Kriya Massage, Research and Development how words influence our physical and emotional bodies.

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2015-09-01 Abdominal massage?:

Bud,    Massaging your abdominal area in circular motions is beneficial, however it would require many hours and sessions for you to feel any improvement.    After reading your symptoms the first therapy

2012-03-23 massage for dialysis clients:

Hi Libby,    Yes,    Clients receiving dialysis require doctors approval before receiving any form of massage.    There are many physiological variables that determine if massage will benefit your client

2010-11-08 Contra-indications:

Hi Ellie,    As far as I am aware of there are no contra-indications with massaging areas with a loss of sensation in areas with warts or moles.    With warts I would take precautions in sanitizing your

2010-09-03 kriya massage schools:

Hi Kim,    Kriya was being taught at, however the school recently closed. Kamala the founder was in a fatal car accident a year and a half ago.    I currently still teach for Kamala's daughter

2010-07-06 benifits of cranio-sacral:

Hi Jason,    In my experiences I have not treated an individual diagnosed with Diabetes I or II with CST.    Depending on several factors I would not perform CranioSacral therapy.    1.) If the client


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