[Olivia London-Webb] is one of two Lawrence massage therapists who will be traveling to Vietnam this December to teach pediatric therapeutic massage to caregivers at orphanages. The trip is through the Los Angeles-based Liddle Kidz foundation, which aims to spread child massage throughout the world …

“People all need touch to thrive,” London-Webb says. “If you don’t have touch, you won’t thrive. Touch is the very first sense we get when we’re born and the last one to leave when we die. You have to have that human connection.”

Lawrence Journal-World & News, Lawrence, Kansas, July 19, 2010