Art show massage demo postponed
Camden — In conjunction with their photography exhibit, “Body as Art,” on display throughout the month, Antje Roitzsch and Deborah Cautela will present a Phenomenal Touch massage demonstration at the downtown Camden Public Library. Originally scheduled for Tuesday night, March 19, the demo has been postponed due to the snowstorm to Saturday, March 23, at 2 p.m.
Roitzsch is a licensed Massage Therapist, Master Phenomenal Touch Practitioner and artist. Cautela has a bachelor’s degree in social work; and is a 5Rhythms Movement Therapist and Advanced Phenomenal Touch Practitioner.
“Our intentions for offering a Phenomenal Touch Demonstration at the Camden Public Library is to show the community how beautiful the body is as an art form ,as well as to show how people can benefit from this form of love disguised as massage,” said Roitszch.
The exhibit in the library’s Picker Room was inspired by the sense of reverence and honor to work with different bodies and body types, treasuring and celebrating each and every one of them. The live demonstration invites a rare glimpse into that intimate process of connection, trust and surrender. The demonstration, on model Karen Mack, will be enhanced by poetry read by Barry Portney. Afterwards, there will be a chance to ask questions and receive more information on Phenomenal Touch and its practitioners.
Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115 or firstname.lastname@example.org.