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Looking for a Massage studio to rent 1 Reply

Hello,I live in Downingtown PA.  I am looking for space to rent for a massage studio in Downingtown, Malvern, Paoli, or Berwyn.  Does anyone have any space to rent or know where I can find…Continue

Started by Kathryn Williams. Last reply by Pueppi Texas Jan 3, 2018.

Which massage lotions or oils do you prefer? 5 Replies

Which lotions or oils do you prefer? I prefer lotions. The lotion that I've been using for many years is Alba. It's a wonderful lotion, with a nice slip, it comes in a fragrance free version and also…Continue

Tags: almond, jojoba, Vincent, Ariana, oil

Started by Ariana Vincent, LMT, MTI, BCTMB. Last reply by Pueppi Texas Nov 9, 2015.

Career Opportunity - Spa Massage in Austin, Texas

Samantha Horne shared this Austin job opportunity with me.She wrote, "We are a spa looking for some awesome Massage Therapists. If after reading the following you feel like you are a great fit please…Continue

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Started by Ariana Vincent, LMT, MTI, BCTMB May 8, 2014.

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Comment by Kathy Renee Robb-Cohen on February 19, 2011 at 3:27pm
I just wanted to add that there is another wonderful book out there called "Aromatherapy for Massage Practitioners" by Ingrid Martin.  She looks at different e/o s, how to use them, how to combine them, how to buy them, and then goes through each body system to look at how they can be useful.  I've totally enjoyed it!
Comment by Erik Dalton, Ph.D. on February 6, 2011 at 8:56pm

Glad to be a part of this group... Have been so busy with workshops and writing a new book. I cut my workshops down to 4 this year so I can write more and become more involved with communities like this. Thanks  for the invitation.  I will be in Asheville March 4-6. for a 24 CE workshop.

http://erikdalton.com

Comment by Gloria Coppola on February 4, 2011 at 9:28am

Nicole,

Have you put this out on Facebook too. There are many massage therapists, services etc.

Comment by Nicole A. Deitrick on February 2, 2011 at 3:19pm

We are looking for select Day Spas, Massage Supply Companies, and CEU Providers to join our barter network designed specifically for our industry - www.TradeJa.net .  Please email me with any questions you might have at tradejaforit@aol.com

Mention in your email that you found us on this board (before March 1, 2011)  to receive 50% off your application fee.

Comment by Tina Holt on January 28, 2011 at 4:44pm
Massage-Education.com is devoted to helping massage therapists  and students find a massage school, choose continuing education classes, select the best massage table or massage chair, find great massage music, learn free or inexpensive marketing tips, learn about opening a spa, choose advanced massage courses,and much more! http://www.massage-education.com/index.html
Comment by Lauriann Greene, CEAS on January 28, 2011 at 1:53pm
Hi Sandy - I'm glad you found our 10 CEU Injury Prevention and Ergonomics for Manual Therapists course to be helpful!  We do actually have a "part 2", which is called Advanced Concepts in Ergonomics for Manual Therapists. It's an interactive course, including videos and fun activities, taught by my co-author Rick Goggins, CPE, LMP.  This is the second course in our Certified Injury Prevention Instructor (CIPI) program.  The first course is the one you took, so you're already 1/4 of the way to becoming a CIPI and being able to earn additional income by teaching our Save Your Hands! Workshops to other massage therapists and bodyworkers! For more information, please see http://www.saveyourhands.com/cipi.
Comment by Sandy Gerhardt on January 28, 2011 at 1:03pm

Lauriann,

I took the "Save Your Hands" CEU class. I purchased it at the national convention in  Orlando, FL in 2009. I learned many good tips. Is there a part 2 yet? I wouldn't mind taking another class.

 

 

Comment by Lauriann Greene, CEAS on January 28, 2011 at 10:56am
Save Your Hands! offers an affordable way to learn how to prevent injury and prolong your career.  We offer methods that have been PROVEN to be effective with hard data from decades of research.  Remember that no one strategy (stretching, body mechanics) has been proven to be effective in helping you remain pain-free. Save Your Hands offers a multi-faceted approach including hundreds of tips you'll use everyday in your practice.  Plus we offer you a way to make money by teaching self-care and injury prevention as a Certified Injury Prevention Instructor (CIPI).  Visit www.saveyourhands.com for more information. There's a reason Save Your Hands has been the #1 source for reliable injury prevention information for over 15 years - we were the first to offer this information to the profession, the only ones to produce scientific research and statistics on this subject, and we're still the most trusted name in self-care for massage therapists.
Comment by Rachel Sheard, LMT, NCTMB, CIPI on January 28, 2011 at 12:19am
Sandy--

YEP! A lesson learned on my own part, but it's sad that it should even be a lesson TO learn!
Comment by Cary Farley on January 26, 2011 at 12:14am

Great, thanks Darcy - I have 2 other CDs out that you may like as well :)

 

Goodnight and inner compilation, both at caryfarley.com and also on itunes - just type in cary farley

 

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