7 Reasons Massage Therapists Should Care About LinkedIn

7 Reasons Massage Therapists Should Care About LinkedIn

Social media has moved from “new and shiny” status to mainstream communication in just a few short years. As massage therapists, networks like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn give us powerful ways to connect with clients, colleagues, and referral partners....

Use Social Media to Improve Students’ Job Prospects

Resources for Educators Textbooks Textbook Ancillaries Teaching Tools Teacher’s Aide Newsletter Webinars Teaching Tip From the Teacher’s Aide Newsletter 2012 July Use Social Media to Improve Students’ Job Prospects Teaching students how to use social...

An Ounce of Prevention

Articles and Publications About About the Authors Press Room Publicity Images Book Information Articles An Ounce of Prevention Can Save You a Lot of Heartache by Cherie Sohnen-Moe and Laura Allen.Originally published in Massage Today Nov 2013, Vol 13, Issue 11 Like...
3 Tips for Terrific Testimonials

3 Tips for Terrific Testimonials

In our last blog, we gave you the steps for creating great testimonials. Here’s 3 more tips to get you started… Tips for Terrific Testimonials Get approval! Before you publish any testimonials, read or email them to your clients. Let them know if you...
Ultimate Guide to Using Coconut Oil in Massage Therapy

Ultimate Guide to Using Coconut Oil in Massage Therapy

Coconut oil is wonderfully popular right now and has been gaining a reputation as the new cure-all over the past few years. This post, however, is about how massage therapists are using coconut oil for massage therapy. You can find out the 101 ways to use coconut oil...
Creating Smart Phone Videos to Market Your Massage Practice

Creating Smart Phone Videos to Market Your Massage Practice

Whether you’ve been practicing massage therapy for a while or you recently graduated from massage therapy school, you understand the importance of getting the word out about your business. After all, we’re always looking for new clients. You’ve heard...
Massage Therapist’s Guide to Working at Private Spa Parties

Massage Therapist’s Guide to Working at Private Spa Parties

Spa parties are a great way to make extra income as a massage therapist and they can be a lot of fun. From baby showers to birthday parties, in home spa parties are a popular way for friends to get together and relax in a special way. If you have massage clients who...
Top Places to Network Online for Massage Therapists

Top Places to Network Online for Massage Therapists

Business networking. Do those two words get you excited or nervous, or both?What about social networking? Any better (or worse)Networking at local and in-person events is a great way to meet new people, find practitioners you can collaborate with, and get the word out...
Why Massage Therapists need to be on Google Plus

Why Massage Therapists need to be on Google Plus

What if I told you there is a magical button you can push to get found more easily by prospective clients? Would you be interested in learning more? What if that button were actually a social network that you have to spend a few minutes a day on, like Facebook? Would...
Branding on a Shoestring Budget for Massage Therapists

Branding on a Shoestring Budget for Massage Therapists

Massage therapists have reason to celebrate being alive at this particular moment in time. While the social media digital landscape might seem overwhelming at times, the opportunities to share your brand with large audiences have never been greater. And you...