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12 Self-Care Secrets—twelve steps to integrate body, mind and spirit
$60 members /
4.0 credit hours
Learn how to integrate mind, body and spirit through this simple 12-step program designed make balance an integral part of your daily life. This…
Avoiding Burnout for Massage Therapists
$30 members /
2.0 credit hours
Burnout in massage therapists is often insidious, creeping up steadily with prolonged excessive stress levels. Once the syndrome of burnout has set…
Body Mechanics for the Massage Therapist
Efficient body mechanics are crucial both to the quality of the therapeutic care and the longevity of our massage therapy careers. Unfortunately,…
Healthy Hands: How to Properly Take Care of Forearms, Wrists and Hands
Massage therapy can be used to address the cause of pain in the forearm, wrist and hand. Learn how these concepts can help keep massage therapists…
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