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Key to self-care for a massage therapists and others involved in bodywork starts with avoiding injuries. That’s not necessarily an easy thing to do considering the physical demands placed on your body. There are a number of injuries that are common to professionals in the field, among them tenosynovitis, tendinitis, carpal...

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build strength to avoid injuries
build strength to avoid injuries

Despite the current challenges massage therapists are facing due to the pandemic, the future is looking bright for massage therapist jobs. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts “employment of massage therapists is projected to grow 22 percent from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations. Demand will likely increase as more healthcare providers understand the benefits of...

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Extend your career with self-care
Extend your career with self-care
Working smarter not harder should be anyone’s goal regardless of what business you are in. That’s because working smarter makes you more efficient and productive. When it comes to jobs that are physical, such as massage therapy, working smarter means avoiding injuries to muscles and tendons so that you are more effective when it comes...

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working smart and hard
working smart and hard

The news seems to change daily about COVID-19, adding to business uncertainty. Just when we thought we were returning to a somewhat “normal” state, many cities and states are responding to spiking cases with new rules and even re-imposed shutdowns. It’s hard to keep your focus with so much out of your control...

 

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holding thank you note written on heart
holding thank you note written on heart