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7th Dec 2018

Study: Career Satisfaction Insights from 1,200 Massage Therapists

Choosing a career field is one of the most important decisions a person can make. Not only can it determine your income, it can also have a tremendous impact on your overall health and well-being. The average person spends roughly 90,000 hours working throughout his or her life. That's a lot of t
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13th Nov 2018

6 Expert Tips to Elevate Your Massage Therapy Career

Guest Post by Alex Davidson at Massage Magazine When you begin your massage therapy career, your head is swirling with everything you learned at school. But there is much more to being an effective massage therapist than just techniques. Here are six tips to help elevate your massage thera
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4th Jul 2018

Improve Organ Function Through Massage Therapy

What good is a massage? Research shows us massage therapy can be helpful for alleviating different kinds of pain as well as improve the quality of life for those with mental illnesses. With the help of essential oils and other quality massage supplies, a massage can also help reactivate and reg
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2nd Apr 2018

7 Ways to Improve Posture Backed by Science (Infographic)

Poor posture can adversely affect physical and mental health. It can lead to weakened bones, nerve damage, lower back pain, reduced confidence, depression, and more. While technological innovations such as the automobile, TV, and computer have made modern life easier and more convenient, these in
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1st Mar 2018

Top 8 Tips from Massage Experts on Starting a Business

Starting a massage therapy business can prove to be a daunting task, one that raises many questions along the way. What brand of massage tables should I buy? What kinds of massage supplies are right for my practice? How do I register my business? Should I hire staff, and if so, how many? Fi
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16th Jan 2018

How to Manage Pain with Massage Therapy

Regardless of your age, gender, and medical condition, everyone has experienced physical pain at some point in their life. According to the National Center for Health Statistics, over 76 million Americans (25%) suffer from chronic pain – more than heart disease, diabetes and cancer combined.
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