Please help me compile this information. I'd like more than a 1,000 if possible. Sure it is!
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Remember you do not have to answer all the questions and Page 2 is "optional". Page two is for those employed only, NOT Self Employed!The survey company automatically includes Page 2 and I was unable to edit or delete. SO it IS OPTIONAL!
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The intention is to publish this research to assist
Future LMT's, educators, employers and anyone else interested in the statistics of the massage industry!
I want to give you a voice to share your thoughts and experiences.
It's great that you can go to the class and enjoy Breitenbush. It is an awesome place and I feel a little jealous. :)
I'd love to do some trades especially thai massage. It will be good to get some feedback before I start offering it to clients. I'm trying to establish a part time practice because I work full time for Intel and only have some days of the week that i can see clients. I'm still in the process of finding a place and my business identity. I had a massage at Rosesprings from Amy Gee. It seems like a great place and her massage room was really awesome. If you don't mind sharing your arrangements in your practice. I look at renting a place in Beaverton that rent by the hour so it's very flexible.
I'm developing my trade circle and am always open to experiencing another practitioners work. I'm currently establishing my practice at RoseSprings Center for the Healing Arts which is perfect because I have all the benefits of running my own business/practice but am still part of the cooperative.
I know what you mean about the costs... it's so easy to get excited about the different course offerings and then go "but wait, I'm supposed to be making a living here..." I'm blessed with generous relatives that were willing to help me fund the intensive as my graduation gift. (I graduated from the Ashland Institute of Massage in June, and knew that it would be a cherrished gift to be able to particpate in this program this fall.)
Hi, I'm also LMT starting my practice in the Portland area (Westside, Hillsboro to be exact) looking to share the beauty and benefits of Thai Massage with my clients. While I had a little bit of Thai massage training while I was in school, I'm incredibly excited to be signed up for D'vorah's Thai Massage Intensive 10 day 50 continuing ed class out at Breightenbush next month. It will be from Nov 1-10. Check it out! If you don't know her, D'vorah is an incredible individual who has really dedicated her life to Thai Massage and has a real mastery of it as an inspirational art form.