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Returning to the question at hand—why a massage therapist would be interested in researching human-elephant communication? The answer relates to the primacy of touch. Touch is the primal arena of connection…

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- Sep 22, 2015
Touched by an Elephant, Part 2

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The sanctuary rests in an open jungle valley in the remote Mondulkiri province of Northeast Cambodia. Like the rest of the country, Mondulkiri is undergoing rampant deforestation, a tremendous threat to…

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- Sep 12, 2015
Touched by an Elephant, Part 1

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About three years ago I decided pursue a PhD in somatic psychology. I'd spent the last few years establishing a healthy massage therapy practice in Los Angeles, and although the bodywork was rewarding…

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- Aug 20, 2015
Displacement of Local Peoples

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For thousands of years, people have depended on their natural surroundings for their livelihoods. Sustaining the environment and minimizing their impact on it remain necessities for survival. It is these…

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- Feb 03, 2013