Rachel

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Rachel M. Roth LMBT, CPMT is a woman who’s whole life is inspired by curiosity and love. A Chicago Native, Rachel brings the great essence of the midwest to the south. She is a lover of music, food, coffee & life. She is an innate empath, a wife to a superman of a husband and mother of five children. Rachel is a Licensed Massage Bodywork Therapist with a focus on Pediatrics, Structural integration, Thai massage, and Prenatal work. Her passions run deep for Integrative Wellness much of which was inspired by her son’s journey through Tricuspid Atresia; a congenital heart defect and Pediatric Medulloblastoma‎, a form childhood brain cancer. This is where she learned that through integrative medicines, nutritional support, meditation, and much dedication the body can heal itself outside the realm of standard allopathic care. Rachel has been in practice for six years and owns her own Massage Therapy and Bodywork Practice for three. Rachel is contining her study in the scope of Bodywork for Children, currently enrolled in a BA Program at Maharishi University of Management for Ayurvedic Medicine and Integrative Medicine all while nuturing her new five month old baby boy. A woman on a mission, she has not let any challenge inhibit her from bringing her visions to fruition and does not plan to stop anytime soon! Peace, Love & Hip Hop.

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Maternity Leave :: Take It and Love It

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Maternity Leave, a brief history: Did you know that the FMLA act of 1993 mandates a minimum of 12 weeks unpaid leave to mothers? It was in the mid-to-late 60's that only 14% of...