24 Hour Massage service Albany, New York

Book me: info@drdot.com and write Kathryn/Albany” in the subject line to reach me quickly

My name is Kathryn, I am New York State Licensed Massage Therapist and Certified Kripalu Yoga teacher.

I specialize in the Art of Traditional Thai Massage and Deep Tissue work. I have training in Eastern and Western forms of massage, Positional Therapy, Yoga, Trance Dance and Energy work. I am very much a free spirit and a healer by nature.

I live for music of all kinds, and have been singing, playing the guitar and songwriting for almost 10 years now. I love Dr. Dot and everything she stands for, I am so proud to be apart of her team.

I look forward to working with you. 馃檪

I am available for tours.

Massage delivery service in Edinburgh, Scotland

 

 Book me:  info@drdot.com and write "Christine/Edinburgh" in the subject line, cheers

 

My name is Christine, I've recently moved back to Scotland from Australia. I run four massage clinics in the Edinburgh area. 


Regularly I help people out of pain who are experiencing a wide variety of complaints: Backache, Neck and Shoulder Pain, Headaches, Sciatica, Knee and hip problems, Repetitive strain injuries, Carpal tunnel, Digestive issues and Period pains. 


I am a holistic massage therapist and use a fusion of eastern and western techniques to get great results. Included in these are deep tissue massage, Swedish Massage, Myofascial release, Trigger point work, Shiatsu, Soft tissue release, Hot and cold stones massage and stretching. 


I am really excited to be a Dot Bot as it will help spread the message about how amazing massage is and how good you feel after us therapists have worked our magic!

Massage in Nashville, Tennessee 24/7

 
 
 
 
Contact me at info@drdot.com and put "Jarolyn/Nashville" in the subject line 馃檪 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Hello, I’m Jarolyn, Licensed Massage Therapist. I am from the Philippines but have resided here in the U.S. since 2006. I am dedicated to providing a good, quality therapeutic massage because I value each and everyone of my clients and I believe in natural healing and the healing power of touch. Having a massage does more than just to relax your body and mind. It is a drug-free, non invasive and humanistic approach based on the body’s natural ability to heal itself, so it not only feels good but it can cure what ails you. 

I earned my degree in massage therapy in June of 1998 and I’ve been practicing ever since. I have served as an instructor of massage in a technical college during my practice in the Philippines, I have also worked in several spas in different countries, and some Chiropractic and Rehab establishments in my area. I am professionally trained in a broad scope of Western, European, and Asian modalities. Extensive knowledge in Swedish massage, Shiatsu, Acupressure, Reflexology, Thai massage, Lomi lomi massage, Deep tissue and Trigger Points. I am combining the modalities or techniques depending on my clients wants or needs. For over 12 years of practice I have helped a wide range of clients, all with different needs and cases, different lifestyles and backgrounds. I am really gifted and blessed to be an instrument to make people feel better. since massage is my passion nothing is more rewarding for a massage therapist than for her clients to feel better. 

I am excited to utilize my extensive clinical, training, abilities, caring nature, professionalism and passion in therapeutic massage to the most talented people who bring joy and life to the world through music. I am extremely honored to be on Dr. Dot’s international team, since I know that Dr. Dot is known as the best massage therapist in the music industry and only wants the best of the best on her team. 

I’m looking forward to work with u soon, have a great day.

Massage in San Diego, California

Contact me: info@drdot.com and put "Jazmine/San Diego" in the subject line 馃檪

 

Hey All! I'm Jazmine. San Diego is my hometown and it's in this beautiful city where I discovered my passion for Massage Therapy.

Inspired by the sun and ocean, it's not too farfetched that career wise I'd eventually land in the Holistic field. As a kid, I was always the play in the mud kind of girl. My awareness for massage began when I would go with my Mom to a hospital rehabilitation center for Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, & Massage Therapy. And with my Mom having Breast Cancer and a Dad who was sick, naturally, I wanted a career that helped people- relieved pain, stress, give a caring touch, whatever! Just all around make someone feel better! From then on, I'd work on my Mom when she was feeling uneasy, my Aunts and Uncle before and after they went to the gym, and soon enough, word spread to the rest of the family about what my little hands could do.

I have great love & appreciation for music. During times when no one else understands, there's always a song that does! It's created life friends, wonderful occasions, and memories. One of my Mom's enjoyments was putting together shows for the Filipino community, starring one Filipino famous artist and local singers- what an experience! Music is truly amazing on so many levels. That's why I'm so particular of the songs I choose for my Massage sessions! In my spare time, I love creating and crafting; I enjoy making jewelery, candles, and sewing. I always have a new project!

Trained and Certified in the Following Modalities: (In bold, I consider my specialties):
Swedish, Advanced Circulatory & Sports Massage, Shiatsu, Sports Injuries, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Western Herbs, Aromatherapy, Spa Techniques, Chair Massage, Geriatric Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Lomi Ka'Ala Hoku

I am very appreciative to be a part of Dr. Dot's team, and excited to possibly work on you! Thanks for taking the time to read a little about myself 馃榾 If you'd like to get in touch with me, contact the Doc!

Mikheil Saakashvili : Where Are My Western Friends?

Newsweek


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Mikheil Saakashvili : Where Are My Western Friends?
Anna Nemtsova

NEWSWEEK

From the magazine issue dated Apr 20, 2009

In the largest opposition demonstration in Georgia since November 2007— WHEN President Mikheil Saakashvili tested his democratic credentials by sending in riot police to quash the protests—tens of thousands of people filled Tbilisi's leafy Rustaveli Avenue last Thursday to demand Saakashvili's resignation. The president retreated to his residence, where he spoke with NEWSWEEK's Anna Nemtsova about the crowds on the street, his difficult relationship with Russia and how the West has largely abandoned him in recent months. Excerpts:

Nemtsova: Who wants your resignation?
Saakashvili: Mostly unemployed people. We fired about 250,000 people as a result of our reforms. A big percentage of these people have not managed to find themselves in the new economy. Fighting corruption and crime, we put thousands of people in jail. In Tbilisi alone we convicted 8,000 people; all of their relatives are outside today, asking me to resign.

What is the most painful part of the criticism?
I am not hurt by the criticism in Georgia, as I am hearing it from two opposition TV channels all day long. I did not expect the West to put all the relationships with us on hold while waiting for this revolution. An official delegation from France decided to postpone their visit. A Turkish company moved a scheduled contract signing until after April 9, and an Arab company until April 12. What is the matter with these people? Do we stop going to Paris or Strasbourg during their street protests?

Who sponsors the Georgian opposition?
Most of the money—millions of dollars—comes from Russian oligarchs. I have documentary proof of that, which I am not making public yet. Whether the money is being sent from Russia under the supervision of the Russian government, that I do not know.

Some experts predict a new military conflict as a result of social instability in Georgia. How possible is it that Russia and Georgia will begin another war?
The Russian government would probably be happy to see me leave the post. I could suppose that some of the military authorities in Russia think of attacking Georgia today, to say later that it was me who invaded Russia to distract the attention of my opposition. A week ago Russian tanks arrived in South Ossetia. We have information that there are about 5,000 Russian troops in the territory of South Ossetia, and 5,000 troops in Abkhazia.

Do you think President Medvedev would support the idea of another war with Georgia?
I do not think he would appreciate such an idea, as I saw how happy he was when President Obama gave him half of a smile. Russia heard clearly Obama's characterization of the August war. He called it “invasion,” and by that one word Obama drew a red line between Russia and Georgia. Neither Putin nor Medvedev is interested in crossing it again today.

Do you think it is possible that the Russian and American presidents might make a deal over Georgia? How do you think U.S. politics will affect Georgia under the new president?
The Kremlin might make an attempt to agree with Obama—say, that Russia helps the U.S. in Afghanistan, Iran and Central Asia, and the U.S. helps Russia to achieve their geopolitical interests in this territory, to help Russia change leadership in this country. For many, I seem to be a dead end for relations with Russia. I used to be much more charmed by U.S. politics.

Who are your supporters in the U.S. today?
I have quite a few good contacts. Of course, my best friend was always John McCain. You can say he is Georgian already. We expect McCain to come and visit us in a week or so. I have good relationships with Hillary Clinton, Joseph Biden and especially Richard Holbrooke—he is my teacher. I learned a lot of great things from him.

Do you feel that the West is disappointed with you? Have you been in touch with President Obama yet?
Oh, yes, I have talked to him on the phone. The problem is not about us—the problem is about their own internal politics. We have integrated into U.S. internal politics. So during the change of power, there was some sort of vacuum in America. Nobody knew what to do with us. Everybody, including France, was waiting for Obama's guideline on what to do about Georgia. I admire American ideas. I used to idealize America under Bush, when ideas were above pragmatic politics. Now it is a new time, when pragmatic politics are in charge of ideas. That might spoil the America I know.

Would your policy with Russia be different now if you could turn time back?
Moscow blamed us for not keeping our promises. I am not sure what could be done now. I could hardly do anything differently. The values we appreciate are not embraced by Russia. Should I have compromised? If I did, we would have been like Kyrgyzstan, losing our democratic values now, or as poor as Armenia, whose economy fully depends on Russia. Just as our politics have been independent from the Kremlin all these years, we will handle the demonstrations as if the Russian issue did not exist, and Russia as if the demonstrations did not exist.