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November 2013 Blog Posts (4)

Using hot stone heater to drily heat Himalayan salt?

I've been using my Spa Pro Professional Stone Warmer, 6 quarts, for over a year to do water-based hot-stone massage. I just purchased some Himalayan salt stones and wonder something: The first thing the stone heater instructions said was that after purchase one was to have it on high heat for a while, empty and dry, to basically b urn away any chemicals left on it from manufacture and shipping. This shows that the electrical apparatus can work dry. So, is there a safe way to arrange…


Added by Raymond Wesley McAllister on November 25, 2013 at 6:40pm — 1 Comment


Dear Colleagues,

I am wanting to have a system for faxing via email, as I do all my paperwork from home and no option of fax machine.  I do not want to get scammed, so I was wondering what recommendations any of you may have. Thoughts?

Added by Jason M. Kretzer on November 22, 2013 at 11:22pm — 1 Comment

The Financial Health of Our Organizations: FSMTB

Note: For the past few years I have done a series of reports on the financial status of the non-profit organizations that represent the massage therapy profession. I obtain this information from Guidestar, a financial information clearinghouse for non-profits. The organizations can provide their Form 990 (Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax) to Guidestar, and if they don’t, the IRS does it for them. I will state for…


Added by Laura Allen on November 21, 2013 at 6:56pm — No Comments

Do you need a kick in the pants to grow your practice to make more money in 2014?

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Do you need a kick in the pants to grow your practice to make more money in 2014?

I've got an audio recording I used to sell, but now I am giving access to it as my early New year's gift.…


Added by Irene Diamond, RT on November 7, 2013 at 7:25pm — No Comments

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