‘Your Life After Trauma’ Radio: Stress & Massage

Your Life After Trauma Listen LiveMany survivors find themselves dissociated and disconnected from their bodies and afraid of touch. Massage is a safe way to begin the process of fostering many positive recovery experiences, including trust, reconnection, and emotional release.

Tonight, on ‘Your Life After Trauma’ Rebecca Rubinger, Licensed Massage Therapist will be talking about ‘Massage and Trauma: How Healing Touch Restores’. Tonight, our guest will share her unique professional perspective based on her experience and expertise.

Plus, two PTSD survivors who have personally experienced the benefits of massage in their recovery will call in and share their stories!

Call in with your questions: 877.960.9960

The show airs 7-8pm EST on Seaview Radio in Florida, 95.9FM/106.9FM/960AM.

If you’re not local you can listen by clicking on the LISTEN LIVE button at the top of this post!

To make a comment or ask a question during the show, call: 877.960.9960.

Or, leave a comment at the bottom of this post, or on the Heal My PTSD Facebook fanpage.

Here is a series about massage and touch therapy from the Heal My PTSD archives:

PTSD & Touch Therapy

My guest this week:

Jupiter, FL Massage Therapist Rebecca Rubinger

Photo by: Bret Rosenthal

Rebecca Rubinger is a Licensed Massage Therapist trained by the American Institute of Massage Therapy. She is certified in prenatal massage, medical massage and pain management, deep tissue, Swedish, trigger point therapy, aromatherapy and raindrop technique. She also creates custom sports massage with stretching. Currently, she is becoming certified in cupping. Rebecca works at Jupiter Farms Massage.

 
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