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There are some great massage therapists in my town (other than the ones who work with me), and this isn’t directed at them. But in every town, and mine is no exception, there are massage therapists who are thriving, and massage therapists who are barely surviving…many of whom eventually give up and go back to doing whatever they used to do, or find some other way to make a living.
Sometimes, a business just doesn’t make it in spite of your best efforts. Setbacks happen that are…Continue
In China I visited Lianhuashan, Ezhou, Hubei Sheng. This is a martial arts based retreat based on the Yuanji system handed down by generations of the Zhang family. Besides Gung Fu and Qi Gong there is a movement referred to as dance which to the Westerner appears close to Taiji. There are many moves taught in this system. While in Lianhuashan I spent several mornings…Continue
Medical practitioners realised thousand of years ago that stagnation of toxins in the body were the root cause of ailments such as headaches, muscular pain, premature ageing, depression and high blood pressure. Our modern day ailments like stress, tension, anxiety and others can be caused by blockages and toxins that we are generally not aware of...
To treat and get to the source of these ailments; practitioners used revolutionary treatments like acupuncture and cupping therapy.…Continue
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There were just too many good moments to talk about them all, so some of my personal highlights:Teaching my exam prep class Friday and ethics on Saturday, great… Continue
Added by Laura Allen on May 22, 2011 at 9:21pm — No Comments
The Alliance for Massage Therapy Education announces the launch of two new programs that will provide important benefits and services to the education community:
The Alliance Career Center is an online recruitment resource for massage therapy schools that are seeking to hire new administrative staff or faculty members. In contrast to broad-spectrum employment websites, the Career Center will feature listings targeted specifically to the massage…Continue
Added by Rick Rosen on May 19, 2011 at 5:44am — No Comments
Civil discourse, according to Wikipedia, is engagement in conversation intended to enhance understanding.
I’ve seen the good, the bad, and the ugly, when it comes to that. The good took place recently at the MAAP meeting I attended with the folks at the NCBTMB. It was a great meeting of intelligent people who were all invited to participate in a discussion about continuing education, and not an ugly word was spoken.
The good was exemplified again…Continue
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Have a great day, or make it one!
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Looking for 6 people to share a table at the Dinner Gala at the conference next week. The cost for a table is $300.00 which makes it $30.00 a piece instead of $35.00 per individual ticket. If you are interested please contact me by email email@example.com.
Added by Bilky Joda-Miller on May 11, 2011 at 7:40pm — No Comments
Last week, the AFMTE released a position paper authored by Executive Director Rick Rosen, “Alliance Offers New Vision for National Certification.”
The AFMTE also recently announced that it is partnering with the…Continue
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I confess that I’m feeling a bit tired today; it’s been a long week and I’m worn out. This post may be seen as just complaining...so be it.
I confess that the posts here are beginning to annoy me. Regardless of topic, there always seems to be a ‘tit for tat’ or an ‘I’m smarter than you’ discussion going on. I’m not looking for ‘bobble-headed oh I agree’ replies, or for everyone to get along or agree with what’s posted. I’m…Continue
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
I would like to inform you that Issue #2 (2011) of Journal of Massage Science is available for you to read. Here is brief summary of this issue's content.
More and more scientific research is done in the massage field. Some studies are well designed and greatly contribute to future development of the profession while others lack a…
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I am still working with the same chiropractor but I had another chiropractor call me and want an interview so i went in. I'm in need for money desperately and this that i'm doing now is barely picking up. The other chiro is really interested in hiring me. I'm wondering what others oppinions are on the matter of....
should i just work for one chiro at a time?
should i work both?
how should i tell the one i'm working for now that i found a new and better job?