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Posts Tagged ‘ massage therapists ’

American Massage Conference-the bar has been raised!

May 22, 2011
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American Massage Conference-the bar has been raised!

If you missed the 1st ever American Massage Conference, you are forgiven. If you don’t circle April 2012 in San Diego on your calendar-you need your head examined! All other conference organizers-please take notice-the bar has been raised!
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American Massage Conference Bats 1000

May 22, 2011
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I spent the weekend with over 1000 massage students and therapists, plus all the great vendors and support staff in Atlanta this weekend at the inaugural American Massage Conference. I’d have to say they definitely batted 1000! A good time was had by all! There were just too many good moments to talk about...
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A Matter of Opinion

May 8, 2011
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Last week, the AFMTE released a position paper authored by Executive Director Rick Rosen, “Alliance Offers New Vision for National Certification.” The AFMTE also recently announced that it is partnering with the FSMTB in their initiative to begin approving continuing education. Both of these have attracted quite a bit of discussion on the various...
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Clan of the Massage Therapists

May 3, 2011
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Clan of the Massage Therapists

“Call it a clan, call it a network, call it a tribe, call it a family.  Whatever you call it, whoever you are, you need one.” ~Jane Howard I am thinking back over the MA Chapter 51st Annual meeting I participated in last weekend, and in doing so, I realize that our meetings, events...
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My Organization is Better Than Your Organization

April 19, 2011
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The massage profession has a plethora of organizations these days. AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association) is a non-profit organization that has some executive staff at the top, a board elected by the members, and a hearty band of tireless volunteers that keep the wheels turning. AMTA has about 57,000 members. ABMP (Associated Massage &...
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Local Legislation Often A Disgrace to Massage Therapy

March 28, 2011
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A few years ago in the small town of Canton, NC, one of my former students excitedly opened her massage therapy practice, and within two days was cited for "massaging a member of the opposite sex." She had no idea her hometown was a throwback to the Dark Ages, and she wasn't going to...
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A Very Proud Day for Massage Therapy and the Foundation that Supports it

March 14, 2011
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A Very Proud Day for Massage Therapy and the Foundation that Supports it

I went to a symposium on starting a clinical massage program, and a Massage Therapy Foundation Grant Recipient reunion broke out! I had the great fortune to attend the In-Depth Perspective on Starting Clinical Massage Programs, organized by Lisa Santoro, at Boston Medical Center on March 5, 2011.  The presenters included pioneers in our...
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Posted in Body Techniques, Business, Community Service, Education & Seminars, General Massage, Health & Wellness, Marketing / Office / Staff, Massage Therapy for Older People, Patient Education, Research, Self care | 8 Comments »

If You’re Not Moving Forward, You’re Backing Up

March 12, 2011
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I was gratified a few days ago to see Les Sweeney, President of ABMP, and a few days later Bob Benson, the Chairman of ABMP, weigh in with the same attitude I have about this legislation. Rick Rosen, who is a former Chair of the North Carolina Board of Massage & Bodywork Therapy, former...
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10 Questions for Alexa Zaledonis, New Chair of the NCBTMB

February 25, 2011
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The NCB Board, along with senior leadership, have worked hard to ensure that our current programs, personnel and operational concerns are sound, support one another and offer real benefits for our certificants and the profession. This is how we are building value. With Paul Lindamood as CEO and my love of financial statements, you...
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Do You Believe in Magic?

February 10, 2011
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Do You Believe in Magic?

As much as I would like to change the world for the better, I have to do my part one step at a time. If I look at the entire need in its bulk sum, it can be overwhelming. But if I can break this down into things which I can control, then MASTER...
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