Would dependable income, a consistent schedule, building deeper therapeutic relationships with your clients, and being able to provide a higher level of results benefit you, your practice and your clients? Of course.
Massage Practice Articles
Active, engaged listening requires holding space for a person to feel seen and understood. How we talk, when we talk, and what we talk about is the other side of the communication coin, and it is just as important as listening.
Cupping massage benefits include reduced pain, increased flexibility and decreased inflammation—and cupping massage can be used for a wide variety of clients.
Becoming an expert witness brings both rewards and challenges. Opposing counsel will try to use anything—even innocuous material or a typographical error—to try to discredit a witness, which is why this article is being written anonymously.
You can find a wealth of information about how a massage therapist can take care of themselves physically and even emotionally—but the pickings start getting slim when you’re looking for solid advice about how to take care of yourself financially.
The use of kinesiology tape changes input into the brain, bringing more representation, to the brain, toward the painful region, which helps to change output.
Congratulations—you’ve graduated from massage school! After investing significant time and money, you are ready to start working, and you must begin to ensure that you will have a long and successful career.
If I told you there was a yoga that could give you more restful sleep, relax your busy mind, relieve stress and tension in your body, and offer you a door toward enlightenment, all without having to do a single pose, would you sign up?
As a self-employed massage therapist, you have the flexibility to decide who you will work with. This includes the choice of relationships with individuals who partner with you in your massage business. This could be starting the massage practice together or buying into an already existing business.
Massage therapists are witnesses to clients’ pain perception, evidenced by armoring, vocalization and other reactions from the table.