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Full interview with Wendy (and a nice plug for BTP!) - February 6, 2011

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Wendy is in the Harvard Post - February 4, 2011

Fueled by a positive response her youngest daughter had to a form of massage therapy, Wendy Saydah gravitated toward that field when she was returning to work more than a decade ago.

She graduated in 2001 from the Bancroft School of Massage Therapy in Worcester and has never looked back. Now a licensed massage therapist working primarily from her home studio, In Balance Therapeutics, Saydah is especially interested in craniosacral therapy, a type of massage that stimulates the natural healing process and is especially good for (among other things) headaches, ear infections and jaw pain.

As a balance to her massage work, Saydah and a neighbor formed The Black Tea Project several years ago, and the band (currently looking for a percussionist) plays at venues and events.

Both In Balance Therapeutics and The Black Tea Project are on Facebook or e-mail Wendy at wsaydah@charter.net.

For more,  pick up a copy of the Feb. 4-Feb. 10, 2011 Harvard Post.

Writing Writing Writing - December 14, 2010

We continue to write and find the sounds we are looking for...busy season for all, but it is all good!

What a Show - December 9, 2010

We had a great time BTP@HGS

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