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This method I learned from Avi Bakhat in his Tel Aviv School. It includes different techniques, coming mostly from Ida Rolf and Milton Trager. Who can benefit from Integrative Massage? Integrative Massage is pleasant, refreshing the body and connecting it with the soul. So, people who feel awkward in their body or do not feel it, or suffering from all kinds of muscle pain, physical and psychological restraint may benefit from it. Touching Therapy Is a body-oriented psychotherapy which sees muscle contractions and consequent bodily distortions as means by which people keep their feelings secret from others and from themselves. So, it assumes contractions and distortions to be doors to feelings or recollections, a person can not reveal. Being not revealed, they become partly unknown even to their "owner", thus sinking into unconscious part of mind, peeping out from its verge. From the body's point of view keeping those muscles on hold is a continuous hard work, consuming quite a bite of energy. This is a physical work,  perpetuating not knowing and not revealing things which are kept under subdivision of inappropriate. In still other words, the reason for pain is constriction and the reason for the constriction is a fear of revealing of an inappropriate. Because of a high price, paid for this not knowing and not revealing – such as head, back and muscle pain, ugly appearance, unwanted acting, psychosomatic illnesses and muddiness of mind – people might want to reveal some of these forbidden issues, to get rid of tension and to gain some health and freedom.  But they cannot do it in their normal state, just because it is a state of constant resistance. Here, the Touching Therapy comes to help, with its listening touch and supporting conversation. Hands relax tight muscles while the dialogue releases emotions, felt as a result of relaxation. Body sends recognizable signals (such as increasing breathing) when the coming up issue is important for the person's health, but it stays indifferent when they use their usual explanations and stories. Thus listening to the body sorts out irrelevant themes and greatly shortens the therapy length. How it goes: This is a body work, given on massage table without oil. It is preferable but not obligatory for a client to disrobe. Usually people remain in their briefs, women's breasts being covered with a towel. But this work might be done (though less effectively) in light closes too. The session lasts one hour and comes about once a week. The process might take any time from two months to some years, depending on your goal and condition. Who can benefit from Touching Therapy? People, suffering from head, back, neck and shoulder and other muscle pain,  asthma and other psychosomatic illnesses, muddiness of mind, holding of childhood trauma or abuse and many more… People, wishing to understand themselves better through connection to their body also can benefit from Touching Therapy. Where does it come from? 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It differs from classical Rosen by its stress on SECRETS which we keep from ourselves. This concept gives me more pronounced goal throughout the therapy process. Also the introducing of the non-Rosen methods, such as all-talking sessions and including Moshe Feldenkraiz and Milton Trager touch techniques stops me from using the old good name of Rosen.