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How do you sanitize your feet? 2 Replies

Started by Laura Robson. Last reply by Jeni Spring, LMT / Heeling Sole Sep 14, 2010.

AOBT workshops next year

Started by Jeni Spring, LMT / Heeling Sole Dec 12, 2009.

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Comment by noreen zakrajsek on March 16, 2010 at 5:15pm
anyone out there from vegas who does this??
Comment by Jeni Spring, LMT / Heeling Sole on February 25, 2010 at 11:18am
If anyone's in the modd to come to a Texas class, here's my latest flyer!

Comment by Cindy Iwlew on January 6, 2010 at 12:08pm
I teach Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy year round in Battle Creek, Michigan. class schedule and more details are at my website National class schedules at Ruthie's site
Comment by Heidi Krenzke on January 6, 2010 at 11:45am
Looking for a class in Michigan, any help is greatly appreciated!
Comment by Shawn Maria Brinza on September 12, 2009 at 5:36pm
Hey, How many of you are planning to be in KY in June for the World Massage Festival? Also anyone in the Pensacola Fl area???
Comment by Shawn Maria Brinza on August 21, 2009 at 8:23pm
Just want to make sure all you girls know that Ruthie Hardie will be teaching at the World Massage Festival in Berea KY in June 2010 at Berea College. Looking forward to seeing all of you there...
Comment by Shawn Maria Brinza on August 21, 2009 at 7:40pm
I took my basic ashi classes in south florida 2006 from Karen Lay. Also an awesome instructor. I think it was a 4 or 5 day class then. Ruthie had just stopped going to all the graduations. I was crushed.
As soon as I got home I began getting my 40 practicals done so I could go back to south fla.and get my certification. Than I could take the two footed, supine and sideline. So I was doing sessions for free on regular customers. By the time I was certified I was pretty good and the customers were hooked... Those that came in after I began charging i would either start with the seated, then ask? Would you like more. Know one ever said no. When Some one has shoulders of stone the seated moves really melts away those layers of stress. I also might add 30 min to the massage and give them that first time morsal for free. Free is always good... Some people are hesitant to pay for a session of something unknown. So I say give them a sample..... and dance, dance, dance
Comment by Mary-Claire Fredette on August 20, 2009 at 2:52pm
The 2 footed strokes workshop is for those who have pretty big clients who want really deep work. I do them on most of my male clients (exceptions being clients with smaller frames and contraindicated medical conditions). I love doing the 2 footed strokes. My guest clients in class often ask if "this class is the one with butterflies?? Can you do them on me??" :)
Comment by noreen zakrajsek on July 19, 2009 at 6:42pm
can anyone tell me about the second workshop? As well as how your clents welcomed this therapy? How did you market it?
Thank you.
Comment by noreen zakrajsek on July 17, 2009 at 6:45pm
Hi everyone
I took a workshop in November of 08.( Battle Creek Mi.) Loved it.
I am all set up for the work,but do very little of it.
I am working on marketing it more. would love to be able to do more of it.
Then I would consider the next level. Does anyone out there have some marketing suggestions?
I would love to have a seesion of this work done again on myself. anyone in northern Mi.?

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