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If you do not retail products in your practice, or if you do not have a variety of products to practice with or sell, then you are losing valuable…
For effective massage and spa products sales—and positive professional relationships—you must be aware of howyou are sharing spa retail product in…
Tax day 2019 is Monday, April 15. Are you prepared? There are many things in life that are guaranteed to happen with regular consistency, and t…
It might seem crazy to ask if you are looking forward to the end of your career, particularly if you have just begun—but the question is intended in the most literal sense. Are you looking forward, meaning do you have a clear vision of the trajectory of your massage therapist career path and how it will end? As a wise businessperson in a hands-on field, you must map out a path to ensure that you end your career rather than your career ending you.
Networking with physicians can be challenging if it’s something you haven’t done before and if you aren’t familiar with the medical terminology. But at the same time, this new connection will be invaluable for your career. Here we present several resources for you to begin your networking journey.
As a hands-on practitioner, your thumbs are precious, powerful and worth preserving. Here are few principles of sustainable thumb use, gleaned from working with the more than 7,500 hands-on practitioners who have taken our Advanced Myofascial Techniques trainings.
Hospitals throughout the U.S. offer massage therapy to inpatients, staff, outpatients and family members. Massage can be found in the maternity ward, offered to oncology patients, as a part of cardiac care, and used to soothe infants—and used for many other populations.