Siskiyou Massage

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Therapeutic Massage:
Massage is recognized as effective therapy for a number of conditions ranging from depression to migraine, muscle and post-operative pain.

Massage Therapy:
From improved circulation and reduced healing times to relaxation and relief from depression, the benefits massage therapy can offer are well documented and respected by the medical community. Regular bodywork can benefit just about anyone producing lasting positive results for athletes, surgical patients, migraine sufferers, expectant mothers and many others. Various techniques including myofascial release, reflexology and Swedish massage continue to reduce dependence on medication, enhance natural immunity and vitality and boost overall physical and mental well-being for countless individuals all over the world.

Here at Siskiyou Massage, our carefully selected and highly skilled massage therapists specialize in a number of techniques including injury treatment, pain management, prenatal and postnatal massage therapy, sports massage therapy, neuromuscular therapy, myofascial release, swedish/relaxation massage therapy, deep tissue massage therapy and stress management.

Superior Service:
We specialize in results-oriented massage therapy. Knowledge, skill and sensitivity are three of the most important attributes we require from our therapists.

Exceptional Massage Therapy:
Siskiyou Massage is a massage therapy center offering many modalities from a group of sensitive and skilled practitioners. All of our well-trained, experienced massage therapists participate in continuing education to further hone their therapeutic skill sets. We take pride in delivering effective treatment with real, measurable results to residents from all over the Rogue Valley.

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Can an Author Boycott Amazon and Still Survive?

I have a question for my fellow writers/bloggers. Is it possible to boycott Amazon and still give your book a fighting chance?

I’m definitely getting ahead of myself here, because I’m not yet a traditionally or self-published author of any type of book, but like so many, I plan to be some day very soon. I’d like to think it will be one of my many novel starts, but more likely I will complete and self-publish (and self market) a guide to business social media before finishing anything else, but I digress.

I already know the P.O.D. publisher I will approach first. I’ve been a fan of Angela Hoy and her Writers Weekly newsletter since about 2002. Her other business she shares with her husband BookLocker.com will be my first choice for publishing for a number of reasons, which don’t particularly matter for the purposes of this blog.

I closely followed BookLocker’s antitrust lawsuit against Amazon, and some of you may also remember when your “buy” buttons disappeared on your Amazon listings. After reading about the incredible fight and “settlement” (in my opinion, Booklocker won), and hearing about all the ways Amazon is trying to take control of books away from authors, I’ve developed a healthy distaste for this Goliath of the industry.

So that’s why I’m asking, do you think any book has a fighting chance if it’s not listed through Amazon? I tend to think if an author is doing his or her own marketing anyway, where the book is available doesn’t really matter, but I recognize that’s likely wishful thinking and/or naivete. If you’re driving traffic to your book, that traffic should follow the roadmap you give them to get to your book, shouldn’t they?

I also live in the Pacific Northwest where Powell’s Books is a regional leader. I tend to think an online listing with them would be almost as good, and certainly ethically preferable, to listing on Amazon.

Thoughts anyone? Have any of you out there chosen not to list with Amazon due to ethical objections to any of their business practices? Please comment and educate me.