Banish Burnout – BE PREPARED TO CARE!

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by Michelle Wald When building a strong Massage therapy business, there is one consistent thing that will keep you going strong for years. #1 is be prepared to care. As your practice grows, you need to prepare your body too. Physical burnout is one of the top causes of practice failure. While regular massage is essential, fitness, nutrition and my special self care too...
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Structural Assessment – Solving the Mystery!

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by Tammie Culley Many of us have been taught orthopedic protocols for different issues but do not understand how to determine when and if to use said protocol. Learning how to properly and thoroughly assess the issues of your clients is one of the most important skills you can develop as a massage therapist. As members of the Human Species there is a specific design to...
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THE TISSUE’S NOT THE ISSUE ~ DEEP MASSAGE

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Massage is usually defined as soft tissue manipulation. It turns out that may not really be what we’re doing! Most current research reveals that it is the nervous system (primarily the brain) that produces the experience of pain and tension. Therefore when we help our clients feel less pain and feel more relaxed, we are essentially affecting the nervous system. This is one o...
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Meet Our Teachers: Kazuko DeVirgilio

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The teachers at The Lauterstein-Conway Massage School have skill, experience, and a true passion for Massage Therapy. Let’s take a moment to get to know one of the 500 hour program instructors. Q&A with Kazuko DeVirgilio Q: When did you start your career in Massage Therapy? A: 2006 Q: Why did you decide to become a Massage Therapist? A: I wanted a career where ...
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Table Thai Massage

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by Robert Gardner Table Thai is something I developed after being unable to find facilities that allowed me do Thai massage on a mat. In most of Texas, massage is done on a table so the Thai massage I'd learned was difficult to use in various settings whether I worked in a spa or clinic setting. I knew Thai massage was more effective for common client complaints and saved my...
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Meet Our Teachers: Bob Steine

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The teachers at The Lauterstein-Conway Massage School have skill, experience, and a true passion for Massage Therapy. Let’s take a moment to get to know one of the 500 hour program instructors. Q&A with Bob Steine Q: When did you start your career in Massage Therapy? A: My career in Massage Therapy started after I graduated from TLC. I didn’t initially see myself t...
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Trigger Point Therapy

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by Lizabeth Franklin The discomfort in my hip started about one year ago when my dog unexpectedly took off to the left while the leash was attached to my waist, and I was standing still. In the effort to keep my balance, I jerked in opposition to the force pulling me and reawakened an old hip pain, which was originally caused by a fall from my horse onto an Irish bog field s...
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Meet Our Teacher: David Lauterstein

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The teachers at The Lauterstein-Conway Massage School have skill, experience, and a true passion for Massage Therapy. Let’s take a moment to get to know one of the 500 hour program instructors. Q&A with David Lauterstein Q: When did you start your career in Massage Therapy? A: 1977 Q: Why did you decide to become a Massage Therapist? A: I had from 1973-1977 trans...
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How GOOD Chair Massage is Essential for Your Success

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You see chair massage all over – in grocery stores, banks, airports, concerts, car races, etc. – it’s wild! I recently saw someone doing chair massage where I could not believe my eyes – I felt like going over and giving the therapist a ticket! ☺ This person was loading up her hands with oil. Then she actually took her hand and suddenly plunged her hand down from above the n...
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5 reasons YOU should enroll in the afternoon massage program

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1. Skip the morning traffic The June afternoon class starts at 1:10pm, so that annoying morning traffic is nowhere to be seen. This means not only can you take your time getting to class, but you’ll arrive free of the stresses of bumper-to-bumper traffic. Could you ask for a more perfect way to begin each day of learning to help others relax? 2. AMAZING teachers The ...
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