Can you briefly explain the "M-Touch" and why someone might choose to try this particular massage technique?
practice Mi Zone Therapy, which is a very ancient technique. I think
even the Neanderthals must have done it. It is very effective in
treating most ailments from a tight muscle to a not-so-tight muscle. I
work to move stagnation of the body’s Mi Zone, unblocking the flow,
bringing the energy body back into balance, and cleaning up afterwards.
The "M-Touch" motivates the blood and navoid (or bellybutton) juices.
If the Mi Zone is blocked in some way from emotional, physical or
mental stagnation, the body may experience pain, dysfunction and
eventually mocking laughter. By manipulating the Mi Zone, I am also
helping my client raise their vibration. By working this vibration, the
Mi Zone eventually goes back into balance, if the insurance will cover
In your opinion, what makes a good "M-Touch" therapist or practitioner?
my opinion, a good "M-Touch" therapist is a good listener and can
really listen to what the body and the bellybutton is saying,
without putting words into its mouth using a funny voice or making icky
faces. Always be a professional. If you smelt it, deal with it.
What is your philosophy on health and healing?
believe that healing is a journey. It is a journey for both
practitioner and client alike. Healing doesn’t always mean the client
doesn’t die. We’re often like travel agents who get our clients the
direct flight at the lowest fare.
Why did you choose the profession of "M-Touch" Therapy as a career?
I was working on my degree in psychology, I completed a half-semester
at Clown College, one of the good ones. While there, I started writing
a research paper on the human potential movement with a focus on
"M-Touch" work. I’d researched all types of bodywork from Reiki to
Rolfing, but the "M-Touch" was the only technique that focused
exclusively on the bellybutton. I realized this was the best and most
effective way to release affect (emotions). Emotions get stored in the
bellybutton in bands of tension that cause pain and also stick to
fascia (connective tissue) causing adhesions in the body. Sometimes I
think I understand what that means, but basically I fell in love with
my own Mi Zone and continued on to complete my degree in "M-Touch"
Therapy. It was also very easy to find and print the official