Massage Delivery service in Miami, FL

Johny_Miami

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Hello, my name John and I was born in Cuba, on January 1976. From an early age I started studying on Sport Schools, practicing Swimming and Water Polo. When I grew up I became a Lifeguard, working in different Beaches and Hotels in Havana. Around the year 2005 I graduated of a Massage School in the capital and so it began my life in the Massage world. Although not fulltime, I kept doing massages in Cuba. On 2008 I came to the US, and on 2010 I traveled and lived for a year in Paris, France, where I work as a masseuse.

Returning from Europe on 2011 to the US, I graduated from the Professional Hands Institute with Honors on 2012. From that day on, I have been fulltime working on the Massage Therapy industry, having a wide range of experience, working on diverse places like Therapeutic Massage Clinics and Massage Envy Spa.
I am really excited for becoming part of the Dr Dot Team, and hope to be able to help you through the massage skills and techniques

24 hour, Massage, Delivery, Service in Denver, Colorado

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Book me: email bookings@drdot.com and write “Jon/Denver” in the subject line 🙂

Exceptional massage therapist, Jon was trained in Berkeley California and Kauai, Hawaii where he lived for twelve years and massage professionally for nine years. He first studied Tui Na, traditional Chinese bodywork, in 1996 and then became a licensed therapist in Hawaii in 2005. Jon specializes in Lomi Lomi (Hawaiian Massage), Tui Na, (Chinese Massage) and Cranial Sacral. He is also experienced in Swedish, deep tissue, hot stone and Thai massage. His client base includes young and elderly, athletes and pregnant women, terminally ill and healthy individuals.
Jon comes from a linage of healers from his father side. As a life-long learner Jon currently is studying Chi Nei Tsang (internal organ massage). Jon is also a practitioner and certified instructor of Qi gong and Chen Style Taiji. He believes in our innate self and seeks harmony wherever he is. Jon is licensed in Colorado and Hawaii, certified in CPR & First-Aid and carries a liability insurance policy.

All about Don Preston

THE DON PRESTON TRIO
 
 
DON PRESTON
AKA BIFF DE BRIE, DOM DE WILD, OGO MOTO, UNCLE MEAT

Don Preston

 – piano, hats, IPOD, magic

Anders Swanson
 – acoustic bass, magic notes

SATURDAY, NOV 5th 8PM
@
South Pasadena Music Center and Conservatory
1509 Mission Street,
SOUTH PASADENA, CA 91030


http://www.facebook.com/pages/South-Pasadena-Music-Center-Conservatory/249447501844
$10.00 GENERAL ADMISSION
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SUNDAY, NOV 6th @ 3PM


Performing at ALVAS 
(The best venue in the Los Angeles area with a GREAT Steinway piano –
DON PRESTON)

Alvas Showroom
1417 W. 8th Street,
San Pedro, Ca 90732
http://www.alvasshowroom.com/calendar.php

CLICK ON DON PRESTON
Ticket Price $20.00

Please call: 1-800-403-3447 for reservations and more information
Complimentary coffee, tea and "Alvas" bottled water are provided.
Bring your own Food & Drinks

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About Don

Donald Ward Preston also known as Dom DeWilde or Biff Debrie born September 21, 1932 in Flint, Michigan. Preston is an American rock and roll musician. Preston was born into a family of musicians and began studying music at an early age. His father was the composer-in-residence for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.

At 12 years old he was thrown out of school for hypnotizing several students and a nun. The nuns used to beat his hands with a big ruler when he made mistakes playing the piano. Because of this weird treatment he began to like strange and dissonant music. Preston later did a stint in the army, serving in Trieste, Italy. Upon his return to Detroit during the early '50s, Preston associated with pianist Tommy Flanagan. He also sat in with Elvin Jones and others at the city's West End Cafe where Yusef Lateef conducted twice-a-week jam sessions with Milt Jackson's brother, bassist Ollie Jackson. 

Preston moved to Los Angeles in 1957 where he hooked up with pianist Paul Bley, bassist Charlie Haden, and others who were hearing jazz in new ways. Many will recognize Preston from his long collaboration with Frank Zappa as the first full time keyboardist with the Mothers of Invention. The original MOTHERS OF INVENTION did not have a full time keyboardist.Preston performed and recorded with Zappa until 1974.

He is a co-founder of the GrandMothers along with Jimmy Carl Black and Bunk Gardner wh ich performed original compositions and music that they had performed with the Mothers of Invention between 1967 and 1969.

In 2002 that band disbanded and reformed with new members and changed their name to THE GRANDE  MOTHERS RE:INVENTED. That ensemble performed the music of Frank Zappa that they had performed and/or recorded between the years 1965 thru 1983.The GMSRI has performed over 140 concerts in 18 countries since 2003.

Often compared to Cecil Taylor for his style of attacking the keys with intense passion, Preston’s solos also reflect intellect, technical skills and a storyteller's way with a line. His playing, like his compositions, ranges across panoramas of mood and emotion, all colored with the freedom that comes from possessing remarkable facility.

 He also has scored more than 20 feature film scores and 14 plays. He's the winner of numerous awards, and has performed with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and London Philharmonic. Known to jazz and keyboard aficionados for his pioneering contributions in the use of synthesizers and piano, legendary clarinetist and composer John Carter dubbed Don Preston the “father of modern synthesis.”

 Don has performed with artists like:

Joe Beck, Paul Bley, Carla Bley, Bobby Bradford, John Carter,  Nat King Cole, Andrew Cyrille, Billy Daniels, Art Davis, Don Ellis,Connie Francis, Flo and Eddie (Howard Kaylan & Mark Volman of The Turtles)  Charlie Haden, Zakir Hussain, Al Jarreau, Elvin Jones, Yusef Lateef, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Charles Lloyd, Herbie Mann, Michael Mantler, Meredith Monk, Vaughn Monroe, J.R. Montrose,Lou Rawls, Emil Richards, Nelson Riddle, Shorty Rogers, Johnny Ray,  Leo Sayer, Frank Zappa

Don Preston is no relation to the Don Preston who played lead guitar for Joe Cocker and Leon Russell in the 1970s, and who appeared with Russell at the Concert for Bangladesh.

 THE DON PRESTON TRIO features the amazing eyes, ears and hands of acoustic bassist Anders Swanson and his Grande Mothers cohort drummer/percussionist Christopher Garcia.


REVIEWS
"Preston not only brought his skewed piano sensibility into the creative jazz context, he lugged along a little of his zany synthesizer as well……..touching on all these associations (Carla and Paul Bley, John Carter, Zappa and Cole Porter), showing what he can do twisting a standard around and delving a bit into his own compositional bag as well. Preston resides on the edge of tonality, toying with it."
DOWNBEAT

"revisiting choice moments of weirdness and glory, as well as dig into original works and unlikely standards, is not to be missed. The range of program is somewhat camouflaged by the seamless interply of Preston and his cohorts. They possess a cohesion born of fluidity that is reminiscent of Paul Bley’s 60’s trios, but they have their own crisp edge. It is a high common denominator for such a diverse program."
JAZZTIMES

"best known as the first synth wielding Mother of Invention – Frank Zappa's
keyboardist aide de camp, to others he is an avowed New Music experimentalist,
whose work in theatre, and with assorted sonic daredevils is the stuff of underground
acclaim…….in the jazz orbit Preston's credits have included Gil Evans, Carla Bley,
Buell Niedlinger, Michael Mantler, John Carter, and Bobby Bradford"
DOWNBEAT

"Don is one of the pioneers in that whole area, I don't think he gets nearly enough
credit for the contributions he has made and the vast amount of knowledge
he has acquired in electronic music."
JOHN CARTER

"the guy that really impressed me was Don Preston, I didn't know what that stuff was when I heard it on Frank Zappa's records. I said, "Man!"
GEORGE DUKE

"Preston demonstrated anew that he is one of the most consistently exciting
keyboardists anywhere, he plays with an intensity and a rhythmic vitality
that approached the demonic, at climactic moments smashing the keys
with a forearm and elbow, as if the piano were just not instrument
enough for him"
LA JAZZ SCENE

DON PRESTON AND MONTY PYTHON???????????


FROM THE LINER NOTES OF STRICTLY COMMERCIAL BY TERRY GILLIAM


http://globalia.net/donlope/fz/docs/Strictly_Commercial_liner_notes.html

"No matter how much my body decays, I have been unable to remove one particular shard of memory that remains firmly stuck — festering in my brain as a result of Frank Zappa.

It was 1967. I had just left America for England. One autumn evening, wandering through Hyde Park, I bumped into Frank's manager whom I knew from my former life in Los Angeles. The Mothers were performing at the Albert Hall the following night. Did I want to see them? You bet.

The Royal Albert Hall is a great Victorian monument . . . all red and gold and encrusted with elaborate decoration. With its tasteful boxes ringing the vast domed amphitheatre it represented to me all that was cultured, refined, and civilised . . . the product of generations of decent British citizens and their gracious rulers. but that night this proud testimonial to respectability had been usurped by The Mothers of Invention . . . a hairy three-ringed circus with Frank as the ringmaster.

The band roared and crashed about the stage. They were blasting out their familiar raucous songs with Frank controlling it all with his cool, knowing smile. The audience, by American standards, was subdued and Frank seemed frustrated by his inability to get them on their feet. Whether it was planned or an inspired act of desperation I'll never know but, suddenly in the middle of a song the keyboard player (THAT WOULD BE DON PRESTON – ED NOTE) abandoned his ivories and began to clamber up and over the speakers and other piles of electronic gear. An expectant ripple spread through the crowd. For a moment he disappeared — lost in the darkness. Then a spotlight managed to pick him out — a small motley figure climbing onwards and upwards — up the back of the auditorium — towards the gigantic mountain of brass pipes that comprised the great Albert Hall organ. The audience cheered him as Frank cranked up the band. You can do it! Climb you bastard! Yes! Yes! With the mob chanting and clapping this musical Quasimodo gained the summit and plunked himself down at the keyboard. There was a momentary hush as he grappled with the stops. And then the most glorious, outrageous sound ever heard erupted . . . no . . . it wasn't Elgar or Bach or even Saint-Saens . . .

It was a great thundering musical nose-thumbing fart. He was pounding out "Louie, Louie" on that great Victorian organ. The barbarians had taken over! It probably felt like that the day they hoisted the Hammer and Sickle over the Winter Palace. The cobwebs were being blown away. The iconoclasts were king! It was utterly silly and wonderful . . . and we laughed and cheered and Frank's cool, knowing smile widened ever so slightly.

I decided it was worth staying in England.

When it came to slaughtering sacred cows with such crude, yet perfect musical precision there was no one better than Frank. I wonder what songs he's teaching the angels right now? Good luck God! You've got your hands full this time."

 Terry Gilliam

 

Dr. Dot massaging Don Preston (who is making a goofy face for the camera)

 

24 hour massage service New Jersey

 

 

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Hello, my name is Dr. John and I am Dr. Dot's NJ/PA/NYC Chiropractic Team member. If you are ever in need of Chiropractic care I hope you will consider booking me to help you with your musculoskeletal issues.

Professional: I am a hands on diversified adjuster who treats the full spine as well as extremity complaints. I incorporate many targeted soft tissue techniques (Nimmo, MRT, Ischemic Compression, etc…) to relieve muscular trigger points and chronic or acute pain symptoms. I believe my best attribute is my fine attention to muscular issues in conjunction with Chiropractic adjustments. I specialize in the treatment of Back, Neck and Shoulder issues and many other extremity complaints. I am available to travel within the US and internationally as well.

Personal: I love good music, good food and good people. I am a Sax player and I toy around with the guitar on occasion. I love all music genres but Classic Rock is #1 on my list. I consider myself very down to earth and can also hang with the best of them when it comes to a sense of humor.

I joined Dr. Dot's Chiropractic and Massage team because they are the best in the business and I wanted to be a part of her world renowned group of practitioners. I look forward to the possibility and opportunity of meeting and treating you.

Be Well,
Dr. John

Massage in Baltimore Maryland

Contact me at:  info@drdot.com and put "Tara/Baltimore" in the subject line 🙂

 

 

 

 

Hi, my name is Tara and I love to support people in relaxation and healing. I have traveled many places throughout the world training and specializing in my passion of healing. I am Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and a Registered Massage Practitioner with the state of Maryland. I graduated with honors from Baltimore School of Massage. I also work in Virginia or DC and travel a lot myself continuing my training and may see you somewhere else in this amazing world.
 
    I specialize in a style of Hawaiian Lomilomi massage called Mana Lomi and trained on the beautiful island of Maui. I also have advanced training in John Barnes' Myofascial Release. For over 11 years I have trained in energy and shamanic healing.
 
# Relaxing, Problem Solving, and Deep Tissue Massage
# Hawaiian Lomilomi Massage
# Myofascial Release Technique
# Pregnancy & Postpartum Massage
# Hot Shells Massage
# Essential Oils and Raindrop Technique
# Energy Healing & Reiki
# Shamanic Healing
  
    I found my passion in life through my own healing when I was a teenager. All the techniques that helped me to heal I began studying to help people and animals in their own well-being. I am grateful to be able to help support others and do so from my heart.
 
     I was approached to join Dr. Dot's international team and felt very honored at the opportunity. I have the soul of an adventurer which makes this such a wonderful experience to meet some great people and do what I love at the same time. I really enjoy all types of music and love to dance.
 
    I look forward to working with you and helping you to relax and feel great.  Please contact Dr. Dot if you would like to experience my healing touch. You deserve some relaxation!

New John Lennon song penned from the grave?


A new JOHN LENNON song could be published from beyond the grave – 30 years after his death.

The lyrics to the song Tell Her Now were penned by the murdered Beatle in the 1960s, but no music was ever written to go with them.

Now it has been revealed his son JULIAN is working on a project to write music for the song and to publish it.

The lyrics are part of a private collection which Julian accquired after his father was killed on December 8 1980.

The song consists of two verses and a chorus:

"Little girl I've come to stay

"And this time I just have to say

"I love you

"If she turns you down and you're rejected

"Try again the best you can

"Call to see her when you're least expected

"Tell her now she'll understand."

 

Julian said: "I don't believe the lyrics have been used anywhere.

"If the time was right, if it felt right, then I would consider looking at the lyrics and maybe trying to work with them and write something.

"But obviously only in honour of Dad. I guess in some respect it would be like coming home."

It is not known exactly when John penned the lyrics.

However if they date from 1966 the girl he speaks of could be YOKO ONO as John met her for the first time in November that year.

The lyrics are on display at the Beatles Story in Liverpool as part of a new exhibition, White Feather: The Spirit of Lennon.

By BECI WOOD 


John Lennon’s bloody clothes?

A New York exhibit centered around the life of John Lennon will feature a paper bag filled with the late singer's bloody clothes from the day of his death.

The exhibit also includes handwritten lyrics, guitars, the piano from his apartment, a pair of “his trademark wire-rimmed glasses,” and letters recounting his battle against deportation in the 70s.

Widow Yoko Ono, who said she feared “criticism” for the exhibit, also said, “I know it's a kind of a sad and very poignant kind of paradox, I think, that he loved this place so much and this where he was killed.”