MASSAGE Magazine partners with Erik Dalton, Ph.D., to offer Facebook fans a chance to win one of five autographed copies of his latest book, Advanced Myoskeletal Techniques, Second Edition
MASSAGE Magazine is continuing the festive spirit of the holidays by offering its Facebook fans a chance to win one of five autographed copies of Erik Dalton’s newly revised book, Advanced Myoskeletal Techniques, Second Edition. This 344-page book features three new chapters and a new Myoskeletal Glossary of Terms.
“Dedicated to the late Dr. Vladimir Janda, this new edition presents novel clinical strategies to help manual therapists deliver effective and safe treatments for commonly seen musculoskeletal conditions,” said Dalton, Ph.D. “Included are four new chapters, a glossary of anatomical terminology and over 300 four-color illustrations and technique photos.”
MASSAGE Magazine launched its monthly Facebook giveaway program Nov. 1, and each month a new prize will be featured.
“We truly appreciate our readers, and because of the popularity of Facebook, we wanted to offer our Facebook fans a chance to win prizes that will help them in their everyday practice,” said Jennifer Whalen, managing editor of MASSAGE Magazine and associate editor of integrated media for www.MASSAGEmag.com. “Each month, we will offer our fans a chance to win a range of prizes, from massage lubricants and educational materials to table accessories. We want to support the massage industry as well as the companies producing these high-quality products—but most importantly, we want to support massage therapists in the healing work they do.”
December’s giveaway will end Dec. 31 at 4 p.m. EST. This particular giveaway is only offered to Facebook fans of MASSAGE Magazine (www.facebook.com/massagemagazine).
About MASSAGE Magazine
MASSAGE Magazine’s mission is to provide massage and touch therapists with the tools, information and resources to help them succeed both in their businesses and their session rooms. For the latest massage news, articles, products, videos and more, visit www.MASSAGEmag.com .
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About Erik Dalton
Erik Dalton, Ph.D. is executive director of the Freedom From Pain Institute and developer of Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques. He shares his therapeutic background in massage, Rolfing and osteopathy in his continuing-education workshops, home-study courses, books and videos.
Connect with Erik Dalton on Facebook at www.facebook.com/erik.dalton.