Thanks to all those who have helped me extensively on my journey!
First of all I want to thank my great family for supporting me all this time and reminding me life's never as hard as I make it out to be. =) You are the driving force for all I do and I could never thank you enough, or in as many ways which you deserve. THANK YOU!
Second I want to say thanks to everyone who has taught me something and lifted me up professionally and spiritually. The rest of this post will be a homage to the great things you've taught me recently, so that your guidance may help others on their journey.
Third, I'd like to extend a big thank you to everyone who has liked my stuff on Facebook, signed up for the newsletter, attended my classes, subscribed, and/or shared my content. If it wasn't for you Move With Life would still simply be a dream I write about in my journal, and a vision I have in my head as opposed to the reality YOU make it. Thank you for following and allowing me to share my passion and journey with y'all. I hope it's been worth it, much more greatness to come.
So let's dive into some recent glimpses of enlightenment I have gained from my current mentors, and friends. Felicia Brown, Dave Cial, Rick Panico, Bushi Yamato Damashii, and Rodney J Owen.
A match made centuries ago!
Massage has been very important in martial arts for a long time. Not just for injury recovery, but also for prevention, and even many times as a requirement for ranking as a "master" in w/e discipline or system.
Today we'll explore the main reasons I feel one is indispensable from another and how both complement each other almost seamlessly.
Warm up your hands and grab your lineaments today we're diving into how massage and martial arts make a devastating healing couple!
Daniel R. Hyde
Licensed Massage Therapist
OIF, OEF Veteran
U.S. Marine Corps
Tui Na, Chinese Massage
Shiatsu, Japanese Massage
Tai Chi Chuan
Kwan Ying Do Kung Fu