MASSAGE Magazine welcomes Ryan Hoyme, founder of MassageNerd.com, as its newest blogger on MASSAGEmag.com
MASSAGE Magazine has welcomed Ryan Hoyme, founder of MassageNerd.com (www.massagenerd.com), an educational resource that features more than 3,500 massage videos, 10,000 massage pictures and 4,000 massage test questions, as its newest blogger on www.MASSAGEmag.com. His blog, “MassageNerd.com,” premiered Feb. 22, 2012.
“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. “Ryan is so engaged within the massage field, and industry professionals truly value his expertise. Massage therapists and bodywork practitioners visit www.massagenerd.com frequently to seek resources that will help them in practice.”
Hoyme 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, Jane Irving, Karina Braun, Lauriann Greene, Rick Goggins, Cherie Sohnen-Moe and Lynda Solien-Wolfe.
Hoyme has been a massage therapist since 1997 and a massage instructor since 2000. He started www.massagenerd.com because when his students missed class, they would expect him to teach them what they missed. He decided to make a website to store all of his information, e-books and videos. Hoyme currently has the most massage clips on YouTube and averages 120,000 views a day.
In his spare time, Hoyme is constantly working behind the scenes editing videos. He also has a weekly massage show, where he interviews the top names (and soon-to-be top names) in the massage therapy world. You can find his schedule and more information at www.massagenerd.tv.
MASSAGEmag.com’s bloggers can be found on www.MASSAGEmag.com, beneath the tab, “Massage Experts’ Blogs.”
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