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Hi!  Newbie here (awaiting the last of my licensing paperwork to come in the mail).  I often scan Meet Up and other "on-line/in-person" social networking groups for occasions to mingle with potential new clients.   To get exposure, I've thought about signing up as a speaker at one of these "Lunch and Learn" type of events.  I wish to present something more than just a blatant pitch for clients.  What are some catchy topics regarding massage that give me enough material to talk about for 20-30 mins AND attract attendees?  I wouldn't be speaking to other massage professionals, more like general public and other networking professionals.  Also for those that have tried this, I would appreciate hearing how this approach has worked for you.  (I am NOT interested in doing chair massages at one of these events.)
Thanks in advance.

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Rebecca! We have done this a TON...but it seems this message is 18 months old, so you've probably already figured it out by now! LOL!  I posted this page to our site a couple of weeks ago about different lunch and learn presentations we've done

http://www.professionalmassagenetwork.com/building-your-massage-the...

...we normally would do 'Stretching for the Workplace', Workstation Health...or something like that. Booking them with another one to three health professionals who know how to do a great valuable presentation, without the whole thing being a sales infomercial is really helpful too! I hope you've figured out some great ideas...I'd love to hear what you ended up doing, if it helped!

Best,

Tiffany

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