Hands-on Stress Relief

July 2007
FoodService Director;7/15/2007, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p20
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An interview with Rusen Istarki, chief clinical dietitian at Isabella Geriatric Center, is presented. Istarki talks about her Therapeutic Touch (TT) skills and her beaded jewelry. According to her, her jewelry making came about through TT practitioner Doctor P. Napawan. She says that the natural stones she uses for making jewelry have a healing and energizing effect. She discusses her passion for Therapeutic Touch and healing.


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