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Priscilla Rich

Priscilla Rich is a photographer and mother of four who lives in the country near Boone, North Carolina.

— From August 1985
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August 1985

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April 1981

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July 1980

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June 1980

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The Sun Interview

An Interview With Steve Rizzuto

Watching 42-year-old Steve Rizzuto move makes me feel like a shuffling hunchback, though I’m 15 years younger than him. He is a certified practitioner and teacher of Swedish Massage and Touch for Health in Chapel Hill. In addition, Steve has an undergraduate degree in Business Administration and a masters in Education.

October 1979
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October 1979

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Essays, Memoirs, and True Stories

The Body Temple

Some people have strange ideas about massage. Take my mother. M: “Your sister tells me you’ve been seeing a masseuse.” P: “A masseur, Mom.” M: “You mean he works in a gym parlor? Priscilla, you’re an educated person. You’ve travelled all over Europe. Went to Smith. Lived in Vienna. What are you doing hanging around with a rubber?” Visions of a giant prophylactic filled my mind.

September 1979
Essays, Memoirs, and True Stories

Bodywork: A Primer

It’s easy to get confused by the many different approaches to working with and through the body. What follows are brief descriptions of some of the more widely-practiced techniques.

September 1979
The Sun Interview

An Interview With Farra Allen And Libby Outlaw

Farra Allen and Libby Outlaw have been teaching and practicing what they call Ollistic Bodywork for several years. They’ve combined several techniques — Lomi Bodywork, acupressure, meditation, and Tantric and Hatha Yoga — into “a wholistic model geared to increase awareness by releasing deep-muscle tension and emotional repressions.”

September 1979
Essays, Memoirs, and True Stories

How Do You Get Your Thumb To Say Cheeze?

Kirlian Photography And The Human Aura

The human aura has been reported by psychics for thousands of years. These independent yet similar reports of a visible glow around the human body suggest that the aura does exist, at least in the mind of the beholder. The question is: “What is the human aura?” Is it truly light emanating from the body, or is it some other phenomena perceived only by a few?

June 1975
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