PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (January 25, 2016)—MASSAGE Magazine today announced the release of a new e-book, “10 Tips for Success You Won’t Learn in Massage School,” to provide massage students and new graduates the ideas, advice and techniques they need to launch and maintain a successful massage practice.
The e-book is free for download by anyone in massage school, newly graduated, in practice or interested in a massage therapy career. Topics covered in the e-book include: making friends with technology; liability insurance; marketing to Millennials; referrals; insurance claims; networking with physicians; mastering sales; self-care; and more.
“Massage schools provide students with priceless knowledge that lasts the duration of a massage therapist’s career,” said MASSAGE Magazine’s editor in chief, Karen Menehan. “With curricula that includes anatomy and physiology, pathology, contraindications and palpation skills, the education provided by massage schools is essential, in-depth and necessary to prepare today’s students to be the massage therapy professionals of tomorrow.
“And yet,” Menehan added, “the massage field at large recognizes that new massage therapists are often unprepared for the challenges of running a business. That’s why MASSAGE Magazine’s staff created this e-book just for students and new graduates. It’s filled with a selection of business and self-care advice that will help create the foundation for a successful massage practice.”
About MASSAGE Magazine
MASSAGE Magazine is an independent, monthly trade publication for massage therapists, in print publication since 1985. The magazine is dedicated to helping massage students and practicing therapists stay up-to-date with information about massage techniques, research, self-care, business development, news and more.
In addition to the print magazine, massagemag.com features articles, news and products of use to massage students and therapists. MASSAGE Magazine also maintains futureLMT.com, with information tailored to today’s massage student. MASSAGE Magazine’s Online CEU Center offers 100-percent National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork-approved continuing education for one price. The magazine’s sister company, Massage Magazine Insurance Plus, offers comprehensive liability insurance to massage therapists and practitioners of many other complementary therapies, including yoga. The magazine maintains an active social media presence, including its Facebook page.