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Massage & Bodywork is the bimonthly publication of ABMP. Our goals are to promote professionalism, stimulate healthy dialogue, and expand the knowledge of those in the field to advance their success.
Location: Genesee, Colorado
Latest Activity: Feb 19, 2016
Hey, MTs, What do you do to make your practice more environmentally friendly? Continue
Started by Darren Buford. Last reply by Geoff Pritchard Jul 25, 2012.
Now that you've had some time to digest the new article from Anne Williams in the November/December 2009 issue, is Swedish massage dead in your practice?
Started by Darren Buford. Last reply by Lori Mears Jun 13, 2011.
Tell us about the best massage you've ever given. Who was it for, when, and where? What made it special?
Started by Darren Buford. Last reply by Marissa Nov 25, 2010.
Have you ever had a client who was an "energy vampire"? Let us know how you overcame the situation.
Started by Darren Buford. Last reply by Laszlo Sas LMT Oct 4, 2010.
We're excited for readers to take in the September/October 2012 issue of Massage & Bodywork. In this issue, we:
• Offer suggestions for connecting with blind and visually impaired clients.
• Speak with Aaron Mattes, founder of Active Isolated Stretching.
• Provide information on how to avoid same-day cancellations.
• Give advice on working with clients who continually crack their fingers, necks, or backs.
To check out the latest issue, visit www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/78617
To see the library of all of our digital issues, visit www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com
To see the welcome video for this issue, visit www.abmp.com/abmptv/
The January/February 2012 issue of Massage & Bodywork is now available. http://massagebodywork.idigitaledition.com/issues/22/
In this issue, we take a look at how practicing professionals can better communicate with their clients and increase retention in the process.
The September/October issue of Massage & Bodywork magazine is now available: http://massagebodywork.idigitaledition.com/issues/20/
In this issue, we take a look at how practitioners can better address clients with fibromyalgia.
The May/June 2011 digital edition is available. Have you checked out the straight talk about oncology massage yet?
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