Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of bodyworker.

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Examples

  • Like most bodyworkers, my comfort arises from the professional skill with which I have learned to read and work with body patterns.

    Wild Feminine

  • Take courage and gather the resources—personal rituals; friends; counselors; bodyworkers; energy healers; body-based practices like yoga, Pilates, or tai chi; and so on—to assist you in restoring a healthy connection to your body.

    Wild Feminine

  • I enlisted the help of therapists, yogis, intuitive bodyworkers, rebirthers, meditators, acupuncturists and new friends.

    Erin Henry: Do You Have Trouble Accepting Help?

  • Take courage and gather the resources—personal rituals; friends; counselors; bodyworkers; energy healers; body-based practices like yoga, Pilates, or tai chi; and so on—to assist you in restoring a healthy connection to your body.

    Wild Feminine

  • Vaginal imbalances associated with sexual abuse or other trauma may require skilled professional support from counselors, energy workers, or bodyworkers before physical or energetic balance is possible.

    Wild Feminine

  • I enlisted the help of therapists, yogis, intuitive bodyworkers, rebirthers, meditators, acupuncturists and new friends.

    Erin Henry: Do You Have Trouble Accepting Help?

  • Vaginal imbalances associated with sexual abuse or other trauma may require skilled professional support from counselors, energy workers, or bodyworkers before physical or energetic balance is possible.

    Wild Feminine

  • Like most bodyworkers, my comfort arises from the professional skill with which I have learned to read and work with body patterns.

    Wild Feminine

  • Coaches, bodyworkers, therapists, meditation teachers, acupuncturists, priests, martial arts senseis, seminar leaders, and intuitive readers can all be valuable allies on your path at different times.

    Preparing for Leadership

  • There will be readers, bodyworkers, speakers and vendors (admission is $7).

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