3 Essential Oil Myths You Should Know

3 Essential Oil Myths You Should Know

Essential oils are all the rage these days. Between the health benefits and the natural components, it’s a win-win for individuals wanting a more pure approach to wellness. Before running out and purchasing a whole slew of oils, here are a few essential oil...
The Massage Therapist’s Guide to Google AdWords

The Massage Therapist’s Guide to Google AdWords

Google is the number one search engine in the world with more than 2 billion searches a day. Chances are, your potential customers are probably “Googling” a search term that applies to your massage therapy practice right now! The question is, are they...
How is Prenatal Massage Different from Regular Massage?

How is Prenatal Massage Different from Regular Massage?

Prenatal massage can be a wonderful way to help your clients reduce stress, relieve headaches, and improve sleep during pregnancy. Many pregnant women suffer from these kinds of discomforts along with hormonal changes, anxiety and back pain. According to prenatal...
5 Things Massage Therapists Should Know About Yelp

5 Things Massage Therapists Should Know About Yelp

Maybe you’ve heard of Yelp and you’re thinking about getting a little more involved in managing your massage therapy practice’s online reputation on Yelp. Or, maybe you’re thinking “Hey, slow down! I have no idea what the heck Yelp...
Ideas for Continuing Education for Massage Therapists

Ideas for Continuing Education for Massage Therapists

Continuing education (CE) requirements for state licensure vary. It’s important to confirm eligibility for your specific education needs with your state board. You’ll also want to keep in mind the requirements needed for your particular association memberships, as...
A Guide to Choosing the Perfect Massage Table

A Guide to Choosing the Perfect Massage Table

One of the most important decisions you’ll make in your independent massage therapy practice is finding the perfect massage table. There are so many tables on the market today, online and in retail stores. It can seem overwhelming when it comes time to make a...
What to Bring to an Onsite Massage

What to Bring to an Onsite Massage

Taking your massage practice on the road is certainly a good way to expand your service offerings and find potential clients. It can seem overwhelming thinking about all of the “stuff” you’ll need to pack up and take with you. Once you’re armed with information and...