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I just got home from doing a site review from COMTA. It was my third trip as a peer reviewer, and once again, an enlightening experience. COMTA is the Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation. Gaining accreditation is a strictly voluntary process. It’s estimated that there are about 1500 massage schools/programs in the US, and less than 100 of them possess the accreditation. Obtaining COMTA accreditation for a massage school is not cheap, and it’s a lot of hard work, so you might wonder…Continue
Added by Laura Allen on June 21, 2012 at 7:45pm — No Comments
Early this week, I got an excellent email from one of our new users. He nicely laid out some of the necessary elements to make MassageCRM truly useful. The best thing about this email is that our user has been working on a system of bookkeeping and documents to make his business entirely paperless - and that's EXACTLY what MassageCRM is hoping to help accomplish.
As such, one of the features he was really interested in that is not easily done with existing software is the notion…Continue
Added by Jason Huie on June 21, 2012 at 7:25am — No Comments
by Erik Dalton Ph.D., founder of Freedom From Pain Institute®
There are only a few places where the nervous system can be properly tuned, and these “adjusting knobs” are the bones that directly attach to the dura mater. Faulty alignment or fixations in any bone of the cranial vault or spine will over stretch, torsion, deform or drag on the dural membrane, disrupting its…Continue
Added by Erik Dalton, Ph.D. on June 15, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments
'Does anyone have thoughts or suggestions about migun beds? I am considering purchasing one for personal use.'.
Added by noreen zakrajsek on June 15, 2012 at 8:08am — No Comments
I am a carnivore. I have come to terms with this. I was a vegetarian for a number of years, but drifted back to what was more comfortable. I know what I’m eating, even though the named cut of meat little resembles it’s anatomical name. A strip steak or ribeye give one little clue as to it’s origin. Even though I know that the tenderloin is the cow’s psoas, I feel there is a degree of separation that allows me not to think too much about its origin.
This all changed this morning, with…Continue
|I Ching for Thursday, June 14th:|
Added by Mahendra on June 13, 2012 at 8:46pm — No Comments
Looking for therapist to fill contract position at Living Well Spa. Starts at 60/40 with split increasing after 3months. We will be running a group discount soon and are looking for therapists interested in building their client base. We are located near I25 and Colorado Blvd at 1660 South Albion St. Ste 309, Denver 80222. If interested please contact.…Continue
Added by Stephanie Duffield on June 13, 2012 at 3:20pm — No Comments
I spent last weekend in toasty Tucson, AZ at the Alliance for Massage Therapy Education annual meeting, and for the third year in a row since this organization started, it was one of the best things I have ever attended. There were quite a few new people attending this year, and attendance was up slightly from last year. The meeting was held at the El Conquistador resort, a beautiful venue with gorgeous mountain and desert views. I was late getting there and unfortunately missed the opening…Continue
Added by Laura Allen on June 11, 2012 at 1:55pm — No Comments
There is much to be said and argued on the…
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The Holistic Happenings Healing Center is a tranquil, almost holy place situated inside to the southern suburb involving waxing.
Tinley Car park. With several organic along with dynamic modalities from which to choose, this is the place where you can head to understand, take it easy, and support yourself in the therapeutic regarding mind, body, feeling and also the spirit.…Continue
Added by Bob on June 8, 2012 at 4:04am — No Comments
Earlier this week I received the ELAP (Entry-Level Analysis Project) Description from ABMP. I’ve been blogging about this for several weeks, first because I was upset that it was shrouded in secrecy; then last week because I finally got word of who is serving on this work group. While that information didn’t exactly smooth my ruffled feathers, I was gratified to see that I know some of the people working on it and know that they do the best job they can at whatever tasks they take on. And…Continue
Added by Laura Allen on June 2, 2012 at 7:31am — No Comments