Hi everybody I am a newly licenced massage therapist trying to start my own businerr I make my own sugar and saltscrubs and i am looking for anyone who mightknow where i might be able to get aducate insurance
Added by dawn abene on February 27, 2010 at 4:03am —
I just posted a new article to my blog with a great resource on attaining CE credits from home.
check it out here
Added by Ann Ross on February 26, 2010 at 3:52pm —
- Own your profession.
Added by Les Sweeney on February 24, 2010 at 2:05pm —
Himalayan Healers has been featured in the international media twice in the past few months: Jeremy McCarthy (Director, Global Spa Development & Operations, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide) was kind enough to feature Himalayan Healers in his article for Organic Spa magazine.
Carina Chatlani (CEO / Brand… Continue
Added by Rob Buckley on February 23, 2010 at 11:00pm —
Mayo Clinic - New CPR Method
MUST SEE, NEW CPR METHOD, NO MOUTH TO MOUTH AND WORKS BETTER. ANYONE CAN DO IT…
Added by Mike Hinkle on February 23, 2010 at 4:00pm —
Within the past week, the Iowa winter has officially gotten to me. I happen to believe I tolerate winter as well as anyone else in the Hawkeye State. February typically brings the promise of warmer days, melting snow, and glimpses of spring. With incessant snow showers in the forecast, not a day over thirty degrees, an eight foot drift in my backyard, and getting our vehicle pulled out of the snow twice in one night; winter has worn out its… Continue
Added by Ivy Hultquist on February 22, 2010 at 2:59pm —
Good Morning - It is a glorious day here in Portland Oregon and I am sitting in bed completely enjoying the sun rising and the birds chirping. The weather here is incredible this week. Thursday my sister was down with her family and we spent the day with all the kids at the coast. Check out my facebook page for some beautiful shots of the kids playing on the beach! Jealous, yet? Welcome to mid-February in the gloomy, rainy northwest!… Continue
Added by Patty Glenn on February 21, 2010 at 10:00am —
The Alliance for Massage Therapy Education,
an independent non-profit organization for massage schools and educators, has begun its 2010 General Membership Drive. Registration for the Alliance’s First Annual Conference on June 3-5, 2010 in Park City, Utah has also been opened.
As an organization that has been established by educators – for educators, there are three primary membership categories: Massage Schools, Teachers
and Continuing Education Providers.
Added by Rick Rosen on February 19, 2010 at 5:00pm —
I am grateful for and learning quite a bit from everyone's comments on this blog.
After reading Laura's initial blog and posting my comments, I emailed each member of the CAMTC's BOD with my opinion. I received two responses by email. The following day, Feb. 11, I went to the meeting to observe the meeting and gain more understanding. I encourage other therapists to attend the meetings. I had the opportunity to speak one-on-one with a few board members and prospective members. Here are… Continue
Added by Kathy Weaver on February 19, 2010 at 1:03pm —
Greetings all !!
This is my first posting.... YYIIPPEE
wanting to say aloha and let you know that there is a well rounded continuing educational seminar coming up in Boulder, Colorado in April !!!
check out our web site... rmbodyworkseminars.com
be sure let us know if you have questions or comments.
i did enjoy reading the postings today...
this could be a really fun way to communicate with… Continue
Added by Victoria J. Robertson on February 18, 2010 at 7:18pm —
It is depressing to received an information about your organization. Continue
CAMTC Chair May presented a proposed budget for adoption calling for CEO salary and benefits at an annual rate of $330,000 per year (the maximum of the aforementioned range). CAMTC Board member Bob Benson (ABMP’s Chairman and one of two ABMP representatives on the CAMTC) proposed an amendment to…
Added by Instrument of Inspiration on February 17, 2010 at 7:56pm —
Having a website is one of the most effective external marketing methods that one can use in developing a massage practice. Marketing online offers several advantages over other forms of advertising. These include:
1. Low Cost - The annual cost of developing and maintaining a website can be as low as $250. Compare this to other forms of advertising such as running ads in phonebooks, local papers, and magazines. Print ads will often run over $100 a month.
2. Volume of People… Continue
Added by Jim Spears on February 17, 2010 at 11:30am —
I have a client that will be visiting New York for a couple of weeks. She will be needing a massage therapist while she is there. I think the town she said she was going to be in was Fishkill, NY. If you know of anyone who will take good care of my client while she is up there please let me know.
Added by Heather Sprouse, LMT on February 16, 2010 at 9:07pm —
7 Ways to Build a Massage Practice
1. Get Known by the Public. Reaching out with helping hands to the public is one sure fire way to build a massage practice. This can occur in a variety of ways such as attending health fairs, and giving massages at summer festivals and local health food stores. I have used all of these methods in the past, and it was common for me to get 3-5 new customers each time I did this.
2. Give Some Freebies. Offering freebies is a great way to get… Continue
Added by Jim Spears on February 16, 2010 at 9:00am —
Hello everyone my name is Ed and i am currently looking for a position in a spa atmosphere or setting. I am a graduate from DPT business school in which i completed the program in OCT. 2009. Since school i have been trying to work on my own looking to build my own clientel for my business im looking to build. Currently im working at Philadelphia sports club in center city, its not what i expected but its a start. If anyone has any helpful listings for me for possible employment… Continue
Added by Ed Hancock on February 15, 2010 at 6:29pm —
The Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards was formed in 2005 with the intention of bringing state boards together in the spirit of collaboration to address the needs for consistent scopes of practice and entry level standards across the country, the need for a valid and reliable licensing exam that would be accepted in all jurisdictions,and the need for a common database with licensing and disciplinary information and the ability to store critical documents.
After a… Continue
Added by Laura Allen on February 15, 2010 at 11:32am —
Yesterday I started a new job.
Four days ago I quit the old one.
You know that the old job, if you've read my first blog post, was turning into an unpleasant situation. It was a good thing I left given what the alternative would've been had I choked and stayed on.
The downside is that I left the location that was providing me the bulk of my… Continue
Added by Stephanie Dolan on February 14, 2010 at 11:30pm —
I added a new post to my blog yesterday about a great resource that has helped to bring in a huge amount of clients to businesses all across America, including massage therapists and spa's.
Check out the video's to see how powerful this resource can be for building your business!
Added by Ann Ross on February 12, 2010 at 1:03pm —
Advanced Muscular Therapy Seminars
2010 Spring/Summer Schedule
Mitchell, SD March 27 #1 Neck, Shoulder Girdle… Continue
Added by Donald R. Spade on February 11, 2010 at 2:30pm —
Massage Therapy Radio Live Webcast - Mike Hinkle and the World Massage Festival with special guests Angie Patrick, Laura Allen and Ryan Hoyme. Join them LIVE Wednesday February 10 at 8pm EST. (New York time) http://www.massagetherapyradio.com/World_Massage_Festival.html
Added by Scott Dartnall RMT on February 9, 2010 at 9:30pm —