24 hour massage service Austin, Texas



Book me: info@drdot.com and write: “Rose/Austin” in subject line πŸ™‚

Some years ago I went on a quest for creativity. My journey began at the Art’s High School in central Minnesota where I had the opportunity to share dance, music, visual art, and photography with a collection of young artists. I began performing with a small group of modern dancers, the energy of these performances was incredible, but I will never forget how sore my body felt after shows, new stages, and rehearsals! Wow, I had so much appreciation for massage therapy!

Soon after, I studied at Northwestern where my passion in anatomy and physiology became clear. I have been a licensed massage therapist since 2003, and love being able to share this great work with others! I specialize in Deep Tissue, and Lomi Lomi (Hawaiian Massage). This type of bodywork is a wonderful blend of deep specific therapy, and circulation massage. If you have neck, shoulder and back tension: I’m your gal!

Being a part of Dr. Dot’s dynamic team is such a treat! I am looking forward to supporting you on your next tour!



24 hour massage service Portland, Oregon




Book me: info@drdot.com and write: "Sheila/Portland" in subject line πŸ™‚ 


Hello, my name is Sheila and I became interested in becoming a massage therapist after receiving massage to relieve my own chronic low back pain. I was able to see first hand how beneficial bodywork can be and wanted to help others along their path of healing. After attending the Oregon School of Massage and becoming licensed in 1995, I went on to work in a variety of settings such as Chiropractic offices, retreat centers and running my own private practice. 

My quest for more knowledge and expertise has led me into many continuing education workshops such as Onsen, pregnancy massage and doula certification, traditional floor and table Thai, and Watsu, totaling over 1000 hours of education. I am also currently pursuing a nursing degree. My specialty is treatment massages including Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy and Therapeutic Stretching. Each session is tailored to meet your specific bodywork needs. 

My knowledge and work has been further deepened by becoming an instructor of massage starting in 2001. I have taught all levels of massage training and at several schools in the Portland area. I find deep meaning and connection from both teaching and performing massage treatments. I'm excited to be part of the Dr. Dot massage team and I look forward to meeting and working on you when you get to Portland.

24 Hour Massage Service in Perth Australia

Email me at: bookings@drdot.com and enter “Romy/Perth” in the subject line to reach me πŸ™‚

I have completed a 2 year full time massage course specializing in D.A.T.A. Massage. D.A.T.A. stands for “Dragon and Tiger Alignment” and is a deep tissue therapeutic massage using pressure points, meridian stimulus and lymphatic drainage techniques.Β 


It is great for tension in the muscles, stress and to reduce cellulite. Trigger Point Therapy and Reiki can be performed upon request”.

24 hour massage service in London


 Contact me: info@drdot.com and put "Ria/London" in the subject line please πŸ™‚



My name is Ria – I am a pure Zen Shiatsu massage therapist, specialized in structural corrections, sport and performance injuries. 

Despite my youthful looks (baby face!) I was born in London in 1972. I originally trained in Dance and Performance, graduating with a BA (hons) at Dartington College of Arts in 1991. I worked internationally as a professional dancer and performer during my 20's and have also practiced Yoga and martial arts for many years. 

Having been recommended a course of Shiatsu treatments after suffering a minor injury during a tour in 2000, I was so bowled over by the power and affect of the treatments that I decided to study the technique myself. 

I trained in Zen Shiatsu – a technique that works with the same theory and principals as acupuncture but without needles, using stretches, gentle manipulations, rotations of the joints and acupressure. My training was an extensive three year course at the British School of Shiatsu-Do. Study included Traditional Chinese Medicine and Qi Gong, with specialisms in structural corrections, fascia release techniques, sports/performance injuries and Shiatsu for pregnancy.

I now manage a very busy and successful clinic where I practice as well. I am deeply passionate about the power of Shiatsu massage and have been developing my work with artist and performers over the years. I am thrilled to now be bringing Shiatsu to the international arena through Dr. Dot. 

Treatments are fully clothed, full body massage. Clients should wear loose comfortable clothing. 

Shiatsu is useful for:

  • Relaxation
  • Emotional well-being
  • Back and neck pain
  • Realignment
  • Headaches
  • Strains and sprains
  • Insomnia
  • Fatigue
  • Digestive issues
  • Circulation issues
  • Etc.

BP is burning endangered sea turtles alive!


News has just emerged from the Gulf Coast that BP is burning endangered sea turtles alive. 

A boat captain who has been leading efforts to rescue the endangered turtles says BP has blocked his crews from entering the areas where the animals are trapped, effectively shutting down the rescue operation. 

BP is using "controlled burns" to contain the oil spill. Shrimp boats create a corral of oil by dragging together fire-resistant booms and then lighting the enclosed "burn box" on fire. If turtles are not removed from the area before the fire is lit, they are literally burned alive. 

I just signed a petition telling BP to stop burning endangered sea turtles alive. To learn more and take action, click on the link below'





Boycott BP




While BP officials labored Thursday to seal off the leaking Deepwater Horizon well, new government estimates suggested that the amount of oil already spilled could be more than twice as much as the Exxon Valdez leak two decades ago.

Once the nation’s worst oil spill, the 1989 grounding of the Exxon Valdez tanker dumped 11 million gallons of crude oil into Alaska’s Prince William Sound. But revised U.S. Geological Survey estimates of the Deepwater Horizon spill have pegged the release of oil at between 12,000 to 19,000 barrels a day, or up to 684,000 barrels since the well exploded one month ago.

Oil is seeping into Louisiana’s fragile marshlands, which serve as critical wildlife as well as a natural buffer against Gulf storms. But the soft soils in the marshlands pose a challenge to cleanup efforts, since the rakes and pressure hoses used to clean rocks and sand during the similarly devastating Alaskan spill would tear the marshes apart, according to NPR. Officials are considering controlled burns of the oil to clean out the marshes, though that could prove just as lethal to the plants.

Some 32 National Wildlife Refuges along the coasts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida are at risk from the spill, according to The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. One of the most threatened areas is the Southeast Louisiana (SELA) Refuges Complex, which includes the country’s second oldest refuge: the Breton National Wildlife Refuge. Breton is home to nesting wading birds and seabirds, songbirds, birds of prey and wintering shorebirds, as well as waterfowl.

Wetlands in these coastal regions also support a wide variety of fish and shellfish, and serve as nursery areas for both fresh and saltwater fish species. Endangered and threatened species including the West Indian manatees, whooping cranes, Mississippi sand hill cranes, wood storks and four sea turtle species are all vulnerable to the spill.

Meanwhile Louisiana officials have been using freshwater from the Mississippi River in an effort to push the oil slick farther offshore. The state’s Office of Coastal Protection and Restoration opened six freshwater diversion structures and a navigational lock along the lower Mississippi to try and prevent oil from seeping into sensitive coastal wetlands on either side of the river delta.

The combined flow of the diversions has added 22,500 cubic feet of water per second to the river flow, or 600 million gallons per hour.

The rain-swollen Alabama and Tombigbee rivers flowing into Mobile Bay may be helping to keep the oil slick from washing ashore in Alabama, the Mobile Press-Register reported Wednesday. As a result, Alabama Commissioner of Conservation and Natural Resources Barnett Lawley proposed increasing the water flow through dams along the rivers just a few days after the Deepwater Horizon’s April 20 explosion.

Lawley told the newspaper that his proposal has drawn little support from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Alabama Power, which control the dams. An Alabama Power spokesman told the newspaper that releasing additional water isn’t a guaranteed solution and that it risked the ability of nearby communities to draw drinking water from the river.

EPA water tests along the Golf coast last week found elevated levels of nickel—a chemical usually found in oil—at levels that may harm aquatic life. The results seem to correlate with where the oil has reached the Louisiana coastline. Since the laboratory analysis and data verification take about seven days, the EPA’s most recently available results do not reflect current conditions.

Federal officials do not expect the spill to affect drinking or household water in the region.

Sources: Mobile Press-RegisterNew York TimesNPRWashington PostU.S. Environmental Protection AgencyU.S. Department of Health & Human Services 

“THIS IS WHAT FRANK ZAPPA HEARD” by Napoleon Murphy Brock

 Napoleon (aka Napi) called me last night from Amsterdam, told me he is there recording with Zappa alum George Duke. Asked me to come over if I was in Berlin, but I am not I am in NYC, so I can't massage those guys even though I would love to be there. Can't be everywhere at once, innit? He also mentioned doing press for the upcoming release of his cd:


An historical CD will be released in December 2009 entitled “This is What Frank Zappa Heard – Just in Case You Were Wondering – Live at the Red Noodle in Waikiki, Hawaii”.

     On August 8th, 1973, Frank Zappa was alerted by his road manager, Marty Perellis, that an incredible band with an extraordinary lead singer was performing downtown to a
standing room only audience … and that it might be wise that he come and see this for himself.

     When Zappa went to the club and watched the show, he saw a young talent sing, dance, play sax, flute and keyboards, in a manner that clearly made it appear that he was having
more fun than even the other patrons in the club.

     After two hours of observing and listening to this young man and his very disciplined band of musicians, he introduced himself as Frank Zappa, and the young man introduced
himself as Napoleon Murphy Brock. The next words out of Zappa’s mouth were, “You are my new lead vocalist.” (Check napol

eonmbrock.com – INTERVIEWS – for more details of these conversations.)
     The rest is history, as these releases attest to:

SHEIK YERBOUTI (All Background Parts)            THE EVIL PRINCE (From “THINGFISH)
Grammy Award Winning Performance ZAPPA PLAYS ZAPPA (DVD-2006)




This is a form for pre-ordering this historic CD. IF YOU PRE-ORDER, THERE WILL BE NO SHIPPING CHARGE.

(The CD will be autographed upon request.)
This was taped on TEAC 4 Track Reel to Reel on August 8th, 1973 and will be released in December 2009. This CD performance has been digitally enhanced will put you at the next table to where Frank was sitting, and you will experience what Frank Zappa experienced and what later was described as “the audition of a lifetime”.

Just fill out the form below, and mail – or e-mail it – to the following address:   nmubrock@pacbell.net   or   napoleonmbrock.com
Napoleon Murphy Brock
 P.O. Box 817
San Jose, California 90187

NAME __________________________________
Number of CDs  @ 15 Euros each ________