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Are you networking with other MTs in Philly & surrounding area? 3 Replies

Are you already in a networking group that meets on a regular basis in the Philadelphia area? If so, how have you (and the group) benefitted from those meetings? If you are not actively networking,…Continue

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Started by Yolanda Lee Mobley. Last reply by Nikolas Pattantyus Apr 6, 2011.

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Comment by William F. Burton, Jr. on January 28, 2010 at 12:47am
I totally agree Yolanda. I was laughing at the commet about the juice. The juice makes it but we have no cups. LOLOLOL. I like the coffee shop idea. It looks like from reading the past posts that Sunday is looking good. Even though I put Friday and Sat. I'm very flexible and Sunday is fine with me. I would be remiss if I didn't thank you for starting this up. United we stand. LOL.
William
Comment by Yolanda Lee Mobley on January 27, 2010 at 11:13am
Hey everyone! I'm available on evenings & weekends.
I live in West Philly, work in North Philly, and I drive so I’m always concerned about parking.

For the very first meeting, I like the idea of going to a coffee shop environment as Laura said. I definitely would like to take Laura up on her offer to host a meeting (& William if he could get a room at DPT), but maybe on a subsequent meeting (?). And here’s why I say that: If we meet somewhere that sells food/sandwiches/beverages/etc, whoever comes can get as much (or little) as they want and we wouldn’t have to figure out in the beginning if people can bring snacks & drinks. (Nothing like going to a meeting where the person who was bringing the juice/cups can’t make it) However, whatever the major consensus it, I’m ready to go with it! What do you guys think?

To Laura:
Thank you so very much for offering to host a meeting. Even if it's not the very first meeting, I sure hope we take you up on your offer! Hopefully we'll be moving the meet ups around so everyone gets a chance to be close to one (or host one as well, if they'd like). I think once we get started meeting up; we’ll get a chance to plan going forward.
Comment by Laura Violet Slenzak on January 18, 2010 at 9:27am
A Sunday afternoon, later, like after 4pm would work well for me as well. Like I mentioned, I would be fine with hosting at my home in the Fitler Square section of downtown Philadelphia. Another idea is to pick a coffee / tea shop to meet and socialize. As far as networking currently with other therapists, I have to admit only a little here and there by connecting with people on a one off basis. I think it would be great o have a true group from ABMP that regularly connect. Not only from the benefits of sharing ideas but so we can learn together and be supportive of each other as well.
Comment by Sue Wood on January 18, 2010 at 6:09am
Hi Yolanda,

I would be interested. I'm in Mt Airy, work in CC.
Mon., Tues, Wed evenings and Sun afternoon work best.
Sue
Comment by William F. Burton, Jr. on January 18, 2010 at 5:27am
Hi Yolanda:

I'm more than interested in the meeting for the Philadelphia therapist.

I live in S. Philly but work in C City. Transportation is no problem.

I teach out of the DPT business school so I was going to see if I can offer one of our rooms to hold a meeting. Unless you were going for a more social gathering. Friday or Saturday is good for me in the afternoon
Comment by Karen Reifinger on December 26, 2009 at 11:26pm
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Comment by Karen Reifinger on December 26, 2009 at 11:22pm
Aloha Deborah Platt! You're absolutely right about that lomi session at Ag Hall in Allentown... a long time ago! Glad to reconnect with you again!
Comment by William F. Burton, Jr. on December 13, 2009 at 11:56pm
Three day massage cupping workshop in the Philadelphia area:
Conshokocken, Pennsylvania
February 19, 20, 21
For more info, feel free to go to gotyourback.com or massagecupping.com for listings of other workshops and classes.
Also: january 23. 2010- One day Deep Tissue/Therapeutic Massage intensive: Gotyourback.com
Comment by Deborah E-Platt on December 13, 2009 at 8:44pm
Hi All & Happy Holidays!

I live in Bucks County Pa. Near the Doylestown/New Hope area & look forward to getting to know a few other practitioners through this group. Karen R., I believe I received my first Lomi session from you a few years ago, after meeting you at the holistic health fair in Allentown!

Deborah Engisch-Platt - Riversong Massage & Energetic Healing Arts
Comment by Mike Hinkle on December 10, 2009 at 6:02pm
Aloha Karen! Glad you are here!
 

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