Rita Corell is a licensed massage therapist with over 30 years in holistic health care and health education. She maintains a private massage practice, is an Adjunct Professor in the College of Health, Physical Education and Recreation at the University Of Nebraska at Omaha, does contract/craft work in a small welding business, and is an avid gardener and solar enthusiast. She has traveled extensively throughout the United States studying various massage modalities and working with the American Massage Therapy Association. Rita has taught stress management courses as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha since 1999. She served an eight year term as the State Education Coordinator for the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) and served for a term on the National Board of the AMTA as a Central District Representative. In addition to her work with the AMTA, Rita has taught CEU courses for other massage therapists and gives presentations on stress management to local groups and businesses in the Greater Omaha area. Rita is a certified practitioner of NeuroMuscular Therapy (NMT), St. John Method, and is currently studying for her certification in Ortho-Bionomy as well as beginning her studies in the Anatomy Trains method of Myofascial Release Technique. Her current work consists of working with the NMT training, Ortho-Bionomy principles, Cranio-Sacral Therapy, and an eclectic mix of acupressure and energetic unwinding modalities. There may be a strong emphasis on self care and self treatment for those who desire to work on their own with massage modalities and ergonomic awareness. The benefits of the work can range from relaxation with a Swedish massage to addressing longer held patterns and body alignment issues with the neuromuscular therapy work and myofascial release techniques.