Working as a massage therapist can be a rewarding career with endless opportunities to help clients who are dealing with a myriad of ailments, including chronic pain, stress and anxiety. However, providing this service impacts the therapist’s own physical and mental well-being.
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Massage Envy, a national leader in massage and skincare collectively across its franchised locations, has teamed up with LED light therapy manufacturer LightStim to develop an innovative facial treatment designed to help improve the appearance of wrinkles...
Prevention Disinfectants, a new line from Virox Technologies provides the fastest, safest, and easiest methods to combat germs in your massage practice. This means that you have everyday confidence that your workspaces are disinfected with the highest standards of infection prevention...
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While acknowledging that the U.S. is still in a pandemic, the Centers for Disease and Prevention (CDC) this afternoon announced revised guidance related to COVID-19.
Americans are very anxious and overwhelmed, according to a new national survey. Top stressors include inflation and global uncertainty related to fear of Russian retaliation and its invasion of Ukraine—on top of feeling life has been “changed forever” by COVID-19.
As COVID-19 has evolved from delta to omicron, so too have some strategies to protect one’s health, clients and business. Some common-sense approaches to combatting COVID-19 that were instituted early on in the pandemic should still be adhered to. Here is a full list of the approaches you can take now to stay healthy.