If These Hands Could Talk: The Girl who Touched the World is an uplifting memoir that reads like a novel, told with humor, heart, and soul. British-born massage therapist Mandy Urena educates and entertains in a narrative embroidered on a global tapestry that spans two decades and four continents as she shares her unique career and travel adventures. Hilarious chapters like Teaching the Art of Massage with Play-Doh are contrasted with moving personal anecdotes of end-of-life massages in Reflexology and Daddy's Feet and Humbled: Massaging People with Cancer. Curl up with a cup of tea and get ready to laugh, cry, and be inspired.
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About the Author
Mandy Urena was born in Coventry, England. She is an Air Force wife of 27 years and after training in London, Tokyo and New York, began her massage career as “masseuse to the troops” on military bases in Germany, Spain and Guam. Over a period of almost 3 decades, she has built an international following including some of the biggest celebrities in the world and people going through cancer. She also worked as an instructor in Philadelphia, teaching a new generation of therapists. If these Hands Could Talk is her debut memoir and writing about her passion for massage is a dream come true.
As a world traveler, she has gallivanted through 64 countries and is now settled in Miami Beach, Florida with her husband and their Great Pyrenees, Abraham.