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Most of us have done what is required to be licensed and even beyond. This may be out of professionalism or just desire for a job. But what is done about our unlicensed competitors? Do you feel your…Continue
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Lymphatic Massage I14 hours $221Instructor: Dan Cohen2/24 & 2/25 10-6pPrerequisite: This class is open to all health care professionals who work with the body. In addition to MT’s, PT’s…Continue
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How do you loosen the painfully tight muscles of your ultra flexible clients? I often find releasing them a challenge in adaptability.
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"Effective July 1, 2011, the U. S. Department of Education will require institutions offering vocational training programs to apply new formulas in converting clock hours to credit-hour equivalencies. Undergraduate programs which meet the Department’s definition of “clock hour programs” must use the new clock-to-credit hour conversion. (For the definition of “clock hour programs” see 34CRF §668.8(k) and for clock to credit hour conversion details, please read Federal Register, October 29,…Continue
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Nov 12th is the Walk for Lupus Research at Crescent Bay Park in Santa Monica, CA. If anyone is interested, in doing chair massage as donated volunteer work, let me know. We did 100 massages last year and they expect more walkers this year.
Posted on October 26, 2011 at 2:50pm
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Thanks, Daniel. I may pick your brains later, when I know what questions to ask.
Daniel, as you might have picked up from my recent comments, I'm entering my internship on Apr 4...will be qualified to take the licensing exam (which I expect to pass easy enough). I'll still have 3 more months to graduate w/ my degree in Sept. But I'll be licensed, and can begin seeking paying clients about June.
Lacking money for a full-scale startup, I'll seek work in casino spa, chiro office, etc and will take clients at home. I have my website up already--not the equal of yours, certainly. But it attracts a few clients. I plan to go after outcall business-- their homes for full body, their offices for chair massage.
But I don't have a clue how to approach corporate for employee chair massage. If you have any words of advice, I'll gratefully listen. For instance, does the office usually pay for the employees, do they themselves pay, sensible rate to pay, should I go into this with another therapist or will that split the available clients too much-- all the things you wish you had known when you started to seek corporate clients.
With tax refund I invested in a quality chair and a table cart...have a supply of sheets and oils/lotions, so I'm raring to get started the moment I get license in hand.
Looks very intriguing, definitely something that I will need to look further into :)
Hi Daniel, I am still quite new to Lomi Lomi. I do temple style and I'm yet to have given a pre natal Lomi lomi. The pre-natal massage I give is general relaxation massages.
I started with LomiLomi growing up as well as fotofota, tolotolo, and amoamo. I learned from family who are from Tonga. I started Ma-Uri a little over 10 years ago. To me personally it's not too much of a difference outside of the belief system and it is a more uniformed process. The last thing you learn how ever is touch. They want you to be 100% in tune before you put your hands on any one.
Thanks for the request!
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No, so my 1st step is to apply for a school?
Hi! It's nice to meet you. :)
Have a wonderful day!
Mahalo nui loa Daniel !
Nice to meet you and you are doing great work here.
top of that you speek japanese ? wow.
please keep in touch, Aloha
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