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Treating Clients with Kindness


Life can be rough sometimes.   We try to squeeze a lot into our days, so even when things are relatively smooth sailing it can be a lot to manage.  We encounter stress from work, home, friends and families, social activities, … Read More

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3 Reasons Why Newbie Massage Therapists Should Feel Confident in the Workplace


New to the working world of Massage Therapy? You’ve just graduated and maybe you have scored your first job. Congratulations, Go YOU! It’s exciting, but it can also be super intimidating working side by side with other therapists who have … Read More

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Blogging 101 for Massage Therapists

The following is a guest post from our friend Benjamin McDonald of What’s a blog, and why does it matter? “Blog” is short for “weblog,” a term nobody actually uses anymore. It functions much like a journal; updates (called … Read More

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Pulling off a great surprise massage, while mobile.


If you have been doing mobile massage therapy for a few years now, chances are you have received at least one request for a “surprise” massage for someone’s birthday or anniversary. If you haven’t yet, you will be soon. Pulling … Read More

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How Massage Therapists Can Help Clients Stay Vigilant for Skin Issues


As Massage Therapists, you have a unique opportunity to address a health issue that many physicians do not pay much attention to – the skin. Obviously, dermatologists develop a keen awareness to different types of skin conditions that may save … Read More

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Three reasons to see a newer massage therapist


I got one of the best massages of my life last week. From a massage therapist who only got out of school a month ago. He was friendly, communicative (but not chatty) and very, very skilled. I got deep pressure … Read More

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Three ways to say no to a massage client


One of the best things about being a massage therapist is the moment a client walks in the door and you can see, you can just see on their face, how happy they are to be getting a massage. Usually, … Read More

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Three skills to be a great massage therapist


When you thought about getting into massage, was it your goal to be a mediocre massage therapist? After a massage is over, do you look forward to hearing your client say “Eh, it was all right”? I don’t think so. … Read More

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The Intake and Everything After


My friend Jason Peringer has been a massage therapist and business owner for more than fifteen years. This is his second post for us here. It is just as brilliant as the first. In a previous post, I stated that … Read More

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Why should massage therapists study ethics?


When I want a post about ethics, I call Kelli Wise, because she knows her stuff, and more importantly, she takes my calls. You can find her being brilliant at Massage Therapy World and building beautiful websites at Pint Sized … Read More

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