About Me

I mostly removed this part because I want to keep my personal and professional lives separate. And also because I’ve said some pretty embarrassing stuff here.

You can contact me at ian@bodymindconspiracy.com.

10 thoughts on “About Me

    1. You’re welcome, Patti! The whole “how it all interacts” thing is the important bit, in my estimation. As you continue to unravel that, I hope that your pain eases more and more.

  1. Ian, I just read your blog concerning depression and being a Christian. My comment is, I like your view on praying and not expecting things to be rearranged. The bible says by Jesus’ stripes you are healed. The only thing people need to remember is that being healed does not mean being cured. Being healed means that you have everything you need to deal with your situation and move forward. I believe the same thing you were referring to when you said God doesn’t necessarily reach down and change spina bifida or a cleft palate.I also enjoy your tutorials for massage on YouTube. Thank you for sharing your gift.
    Sincerely, Jan Faith Casson
    P.S. We have the same first name. Ian and Jan mean the same thing, they are other versions of John. ( The one whom Jesus loved)

  2. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I don’t know what else I could say to you. I’ve had tmj for a while and it’s never really hurt me. I’ve been uncomfortable but never in pain until today. My ear got shooting pain out of nowhere. I thought I had an ear infection, until I realized it was my tmj. I looked up ways to help myself and you popped up on YouTube. Your video really helped me. My pain is almost gone. I will do those massages for tmj from now on. Thanks again for your help.

  3. Hi Ian!!
    I just saw your self massage for frozen shoulder. My problem is neck pain that keeps returning. For both the frozen shoulder and neck massage, would it be more effective if I had someone massage these areas for me??

  4. just found you and your massage video, brilliant, my jaw clenching has been causing me problems, especially this last weekend when the jaw locked and I could not get it to open (normally I have just been cracking it). I will do this massage and I am sure it will help me.

  5. I found your video about self-massage for thoracic outlet syndrome, tingling/numb fingers. Great video! I’m going to start using this today. Do you think it’s ok for a patient with Thoracic outlet syndrome to use a sauna? Any thoughts?

  6. Thank you for your massage videos. I’m struggling with obsessive compulsive daytime bruxism. I finally have a comfortable day mouth guard and was desperately trying to find help to relieve the pain. One watch and I have tremendous relief.

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