BethAnnEnterprises.com
Medicinal Massage
Beth Ann, CMT, State
Licensed
Graduate of: Penn. Inst.
of Massage Therapy
P.O. Box 701
Emmaus, PA 18049
Telephone: 610-217-9099
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The ability to heal through non-invasive methodology is a
gift your human body naturally has acquired.

Because the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has now
established formidable Licensure requirements to perform
Massage, now demands that the Massage Therapists
performing bodywork must meet State Professional
Licensure Requirements.

Licensed Massage Therapists ROCK YOUR BODY,
controlling OVER 80% of your overall body mass via your
liquid connective tissue known as your BLOOD and the
bodies muscular structure. Overall affecting and effecting
one’s complete body, tissue, cells, etc.

The techniques of this healing form date back to 3,000 B.C.
Beth Ann truly wishes to offer all beings the ability of
choosing non-invasive therapy as a means to heal the body,
mind, and soul in a comfortable professional atmosphere.
"Truly Tailored Therapeutic
Techniques designed to benefit
one's personal requirements."
Service rates vary due to
individual specifications
and treatment modalities
and travel requirements.

Services offered:
Massage Therapy

Craniosacral Massage

Active Isolated Stretching
Techniques
YES, YES, YEESSS!

PENNSYLVANIA FINALLY
PASSED IN 2008 A STATE
LICENSURE BILL IN
ORDER TO PERFORM
MASSAGE THERAPY!

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HERE TO FIND OUT
THE CURRENT LEGISLATIVE
INFORMATION.
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me-dic-i-nal: adj.  Pertaining to or healing;
curative.

mas-sage: n.  The rubbing or kneading of
parts of the body to aid circulation or to
relax the muscles.

Historical Comments:
“The consciousness of man was released
through the blood – that is, the action of the
blood resulted in certain modifications of
the bodily fabric.  These modifications were
of the nature of refinements, affording
greater opportunity for the expression of the
subtle impulses from the soul.”
Manly P. Hall, Man, Grand Symbol of the
Mysteries, 1972

“Blood is the first incarnation of the
universal fluid; it is the materialized vital
light.  Its birth is the most marvelous of all
nature’s marvels; it lives only by perpetually
transforming itself, for it is the universal
Proteus.  The blood issues from principles
where there was none of it before, and it
becomes flesh, bones, hair, nails … tears, and
perspiration.”        
Eliphas Levi, Transcendental Magic, 1896   
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