Now where was I?…
My apologies for disappearing for a while. Clearly I’m not on my blogging pace for 2014! But the good news is I am slowly but surely making progress training for the 2014 Boston Marathon (and my coworker and and running buddy Kathy Laskyewould love your support). We are just 45 days away from this incredible event!
Seemingly forever ago, I posted about the importance of getting client feedback. And my partner-in-crime and co-Massage & Bodywork columnist Kristin Coverly reminded me we did not post our new and improved client feedback form.
So my reappearance comes with a new resource for you. Enjoy! And let me know if you think it’s valuable.
Talk to you soon. Promise! (A lot sooner than I have been!)
The Indiana State Board of Massage Therapy proposed new rules as a necessary step to bring licensure protocols into effect. These proposed rules would primarily change the term “certificate holder” to “license holder,” and outline continuing education requirements for renewal once licensure is the law of the land, among other modifications.
Senate File 1074 and House File 1275 have been introduced in the Minnesota legislature and would require statewide licensure for massage therapists and Asian bodywork therapists. If you would like to support the bill, find out how you can send a short email to your legislators using our sample advocacy letter.
The January/February 2022 issue of Massage & Bodywork magazine is out now in print for ABMP members and available online at www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com.
In this issue we focus on your clients by exploring the long-term effects of COVID, working with autistic clients, and 3 successful keys to re-booking.
This issue includes the following feature articles:
ABMP members enhanced their skills and knowledge by taking advantage of the outstanding online education and CE that comes free with membership: the library of courses in the ABMP Education Center, the ABMP CE Socials events, and the ABMP CE Summit online conference.