A massage therapist may benefit greatly from incorporating principles of yoga into their massage therapy practice. As physically demanding as our work may be, massage and bodywork may also be mentally and emotionally draining. Adding yoga principles into our daily lives and massage practice may ease the physical, mental and emotional demands of our work.
Maintaining self-care tools and items to augment treatments will create competitive advantages for your business and provide more options for therapists to serve their clientele. Check out these top 10 must-have tools to continue to thrive in business!
Understanding professional roles and boundaries in the massage & bodywork industry will help encourage proper communication with your clients as you meander through some of the challenges of operating a massage practice.
The 30-day span from Thanksgiving to the New Year seems to quicken the pace of life and add responsibilities to everyone. Many people are trying to squeeze in four weeks of work into a two-week period for impending holiday vacation time. Stress levels can rise amongst most as pressures of gift-buying, family pleasing, travel arrangement, and party plans consume even more mental energy. This article will highlight seven tips on marketing one’s massage practice during this hectic time frame.
The human body contains many wonderful things. Most of them have been handed down genetically, from parent to child, and there is little we can do to change them. One such trait is called Morton’s Foot. Only about 20-30 percent of the world population has this attribute, where the second toe appears longer than the first. About 80 percent of those with Morton’s Foot suffer from chronic pain. Much of it is thought to derive from this relatively rare foot configuration. Learn how discomfort from Morton’s Foot can be eased using massage therapy.
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