This is a follow-up to my blog of June 19 about AMTA’s fiscal responsibility. In the next couple of months I will be reporting on the financial condition of all our non-profit professional organizations.
Someone from AMTA asked me why I didn’t pick on ABMP, and the short answer is, they are a not a non-profit organization. When an organization holds itself out as non-profit, the membership (and the public) has a right to know. Incidentally, I am a member of both… Continue
Added by Laura Allen on October 31, 2009 at 2:00pm —
I am a big believer in cross-promoting with other like-minded businesses and trying out new marketing tools and techniques. That's why I am SO excited to share this FREE offer with all of you and just in time for the holidays!
A colleague of mine is offering 100 of my contacts the chance to try his new text message marketing service absolutely free for up to three months. That is an awesome, no-risk deal
- one I hope you'll scoop up - that will help you increase… Continue
Added by Felicia Brown on October 29, 2009 at 6:57pm —
Please share that I'm an individual CE provider and teach a series called Cranial Sacral, The InBalance Series.
as well as a Basic Lymphatic Massage Class.
I've chosen the months to teach in 2010 and still finalizing the exact dates.
If anyone is interested, please have them contact me via my email address
on my website holisticsymmetry.com.
Added by Gayle Sovinee on October 29, 2009 at 11:03am —
Special Broadcast for Educators...
TODAY- Wednesday, October 28th at 2PM EST (12 noon MT) join us for a special round table discussion generously organized by the ABMP.
Added by World Massage Conference on October 28, 2009 at 11:42am —
World Massage Conference Presentations
Special Broadcast for Educators
- Wednesday, October 28th at 2PM EST (12 noon MT) join us for a special round table discussion generously organized by the ABMP.
Headaches: Treatments and Triggers With David Kent
- Wednesday, October 28th at 8PM EST
Join us for an… Continue
Added by World Massage Conference on October 28, 2009 at 8:58am —
World Massage Conference ABMP: Special Pre-Conference Broadcast for Educators... Wednesday, October 28th at 2PM EST (12 noon MT) join us for a special round table discussion generously organized by the ABMP. http://www.worldmassageconference.com
Added by World Massage Conference on October 27, 2009 at 11:07pm —
World Massage Conference ABMP: Special Pre-Conference Broadcast for Educators...
Wednesday, October 28th at 2PM EST (12 noon MT) join us for a special round table discussion generously organized by the ABMP.
Added by World Massage Conference on October 27, 2009 at 10:31pm —
Now the MI passed massage bill, im curious to know if anyone has gotten any flack from the cities, about needing to still get a permit to work in that city. As we know, the law went into effect immediately, and you no longer have to get a permit. I talked to my state rep, and they said cities shouldnt be charging for permits. They also told me, if cities have a problem with it, they should call the State Attorney Generals office, and they will tell them. So who has this problem?
Added by Dave Marhofer on October 27, 2009 at 9:00pm —
Dear Friends & Colleagues,
How wonderful it is to see someone you care about getting the health care support they need. Referrals keep the energy moving and send ripples of connection outwards, touching so many lives.
May I offer therapeutic touch to someone you know? Accelerate healing & improve immunity with Melting Touch for Lymphatic Clearing: http://vitalenergycenter.com/massage.html
Have you… Continue
Added by Marci Javril on October 27, 2009 at 3:35pm —
Hi everyone I have a question for anyone out there Has anyone ever worked on a cruise line I would like to know what it is like I may have an interview in Feb. with Steiner Spa services and would like to know what to expect and what the pay is like thanks in advance for any help Julie
Added by Julie Wuebbels on October 27, 2009 at 1:06pm —
While it could be assumed that people with back pain should not be exercising frequently, a new study by Robert Kell, professor of exercise physiology at the University of Alberta, found that working with weights four days a week provided a significant decrease in the amount of pain and improved quality of life. In the study, groups of 60 men and women with chronic low back pain exercised with weights in two, three or four-day weekly programs, or not at all. Their progress was measured over 16… Continue
Added by Erik Dalton on October 27, 2009 at 7:51am —
I've found many workshop participants are uncomfortable performing hands-on abdominal work, i.e., pelvic and respiratory diaphragm releases and sometimes even superficial belly techniques. This seems particularly true when working with pregnant clients/patients. Do you feel belly-work is under-emphasized in bodywork trainings? Does the area hold too much emotion or possibly too intimate for some? I've written a short e-newsletter & posted a video showing some basic, but useful structural… Continue
Added by Erik Dalton on October 27, 2009 at 7:45am —
- What role should certification play in the massage therapy field?
Added by Les Sweeney on October 26, 2009 at 9:17am —
The National Certification Board hit a bump in the road this weekend when Whitney Lowe resigned from the Advanced Certification Task Force, citing differences of opinion over how the project should proceed.
In a letter to NCB staff and fellow Task Force members, Lowe acknowledged the effort that has been put forth during the process, and expressed his concern about the timeline of the process, which he feels is being rushed to the detriment of the project.
His resignation… Continue
Added by Laura Allen on October 25, 2009 at 10:24pm —
I am hopeful of establishing "Sister" relationships with at least 20 locations, nationwide by the New Year. If you have any suggestions, contacts, or interest, please let me know. In particular I am hopeful of connecting with massage therapists, spas, yoga centers, health professionals, coffee shops, and other grass-roots community organizations. Also, classrooms would be a wonderful success.
My intention behind the "Sister" relationships is to raise… Continue
Added by Rob Buckley on October 25, 2009 at 3:00pm —
Website Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is what helps get your website to the top of the search engines. While there are many parts to getting your website found by the search engines one of the easiest things to start with is the keywords you use in your domain, webpages and metatags of your website.
Think about what people would be looking for if they were looking for you - deep tissue massage austin, massage therapist, denver or whatever type of massage you do and where you do it… Continue
Added by Julie Onofrio on October 25, 2009 at 12:43pm —
what do u think about prrt technique???
Added by david filipe lages de almeida on October 24, 2009 at 12:05pm —
OK I am a website geek! I have been creating websites since 1999 when I started my site www.thebodyworker.com
and have since created www.massage-career-guides.com
to help provide as much information as I can about everything related to massage.
Some of the common mistakes people make when creating a website are:
- Choosing a domain name that does not reflect what you do and where…
Added by Julie Onofrio on October 24, 2009 at 10:18am —
try dorn method!
Added by david filipe lages de almeida on October 24, 2009 at 9:24am —
EVER HAVE A CLIENT THAT WAS AFRAID TO TAKE THEIR CLOTHES OFF?
EVER HAVE TROUBLE STRETCHING OPPOSITE SEX CLIENTS BECAUSE DIAPER DRAPING IS SO CUMBERSOME? EVER WORRY ABOUT UNCOMFORTABLE EMBARASSING WOOPSIES WHEN DOING SIDELINE WORK?
IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED IN CHECKING OUT A REALLY DIFFERENT ALTERNATIVE DRAPING OPTION,
GO TO THE WEBSITE AND WATCH THE SHORT VIDEO. (2 MINUTES)
I WOULD LOVE TO HEAR YOUR FEEDBACK FOR THIS PRODUCT… Continue
Added by Rob Sugden on October 23, 2009 at 9:30pm —