MIDDLELEVELEDUCATIONSTUDENTS Middle Level Education Students
Middle Level Education Students
MIDDLELEVELFACULTY Middle Level Faculty
Middle Level Faculty
MAPS-UVM Minority Association of Premedical Students @ UVM
Minority Association of Premedical Students @ UVM
MES Moretown Educational
MES_POST Moretown School Announcements
Moretown School Announcements
MECL Morphology, Evolution and Cognition Lab
Morphology, Evolution and Cognition Lab
MIG Music SIG
MATHEWSADVISEES Nancy Mathews - Student Advising
Nancy Mathews - Student Advising
MEDLIB-L Medical Libraries Discussion List
MEDLIB-L is a public electronic discussion list for medical and health sciences librarians. Practical and theoretical issues in public and technical services are discussed. This forum is for ideas, questions, announcements, and concerns specific to health sciences libraries.
Guidelines are available at http://www.mlanet.org/p/cm/ld/fid= 377
MEDLIB-L was founded on January 23, 1991 by Nancy Start. List ownership was transferred to the Medical Library Association on August 16, 1995.
After being hosted at the University of Buffalo for many years, the list was transferred to the University of Vermont in May 2007.
MARSBARS PCR Trabulsy 2013
PCR Trabulsy 2013
MINDFULNESS Mindfulness Events at UVM and in the Community
MADSCIENTISTS Science Whiz SIG
Science Whiz SIG
MBUNS Team Martin
MCSC The Mosaic Center for Students of Color
The Mosaic Center for Students of Color
MENSVB UVM Men's Volleyball Club
UVM Men's Volleyball Club
MATHNET Vermont High School Mathematics Forum
Vermont High School Mathematics Forum
LUND Volunteering at the LUND Center
Volunteering at the LUND Center
MASSAGE Massage at UVM
Welcome to the massage listserve!
Tuina is an Asian form of bodywork integrated into a standard massage routine. It incorporates gentle acupressure which is applied while the client is laying clothed on a massage table. (The use of a chair rather than a table is an option.) This treatment method provides improved circulation for tense muscles within minutes.
Scheduling 30 to 45 min is best for most individuals, but even 15 minutes is helpful.
Make an appointment by using the online calendar found at kirstenwiley.com or call 999-3226.