MASSAGE Magazine has welcomed Jane Irving, owner and creator of My Learning Library (www.mylearninglibrary.coursehost.com), a website that provides modality instruction with cutting-edge technology, as its newest blogger on www.MASSAGEmag.com. Irving’s blog, “Adventures of an MT,” premiered Aug. 29, 2011.
“We’re always searching for leaders in the industry to share their experience and expertise with our readers,” said Jennifer Whalen, managing editor of MASSAGE Magazine. “Jane’s blog posts will be entertaining and informative, touching upon her nearly 25 years’ of experience in the massage field.”
Irving joins a star list of expert bloggers on MASSAGEmag.com, including John F. Barnes, Erik Dalton, Suzanne Scurlock-Durana, Laura Allen, Ann Catlin, Irene Smith, Karen Ball, Cliff Smith, Tad Wanveer, Mary Kathleen Rose, Felicia Brown, Maria G. Turchi, Kelly Robbins, Paul Lewis, Bob McAtee, Lauriann Greene and Rick Goggins.
Irving’s goal is to meet the educational needs of the massage, spa and bodywork community with quality courses at an extremely affordable price point. Irving practiced massage for 18 years and taught numerous live workshops prior to entering the world of online education. The courses offered at My Learning Library allow the professional to learn a new modality and add that modality to his or her services menu in a timely fashion. For more information, e-mail email@example.com call (207) 460-5756.
MASSAGEmag.com’s bloggers can be found on www.MASSAGEmag.com, beneath the tab, “Expert Insights.”
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