So you love what you do, right?
And as a result, you’re probably pretty good at it, too?
But are you like many of our members who could use some more work?
Well, what are you doing about it?
There are so many things in our lives we know are good, and good for us, but we need to be reminded of them. We invented the chair; it is in our nature to use it. Think about how many messages we encounter that encourage us to get out of our chair and embrace life.
I subscribe to Runner’s World magazine; reading it is built-in inspiration delivered to me monthly. If I’m not on track with my training when it arrives, just reading about others gets me on track immediately.
YOU are your clients’ built-in inspiration. Who are you going to inspire today?
You know who I inspired today? Hopefully YOU. Go get ‘em, tiger.
Scientists at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri, identified a neural circuit and neuropeptide in mice that transmits the sensation of pleasant touch from the skin to the brain.
The International SPA Association (ISPA) released the findings of the 2022 ISPA U.S. Spa Industry Study, which indicate a return to near pre-pandemic industry revenue levels even as staffing challenges persist.
The May/June 2022 issue of ABMP's Massage & Bodywork magazine is available at www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com. ABMP members get a print subscription as part of membership, and the digital edition is available online and free to the profession.
In this issue, we explore pelvic tilt and spinal compensation, improving bodywork through breath, and how listening to your clients is a superpower. We also discuss SI joint dysfunction, overuse injuries, and much more!
Learn about the properties of fascia and hands-on techniques for working with fascia in the leg. Join Til Luchau and Whitney Lowe for this engaging course that explores the composition and roles of fascia and collagen and demonstrates several myofascial hands-on techniques focused on the fascia in the leg and the sartorius, gracilis, semitendinosus, and pes anserinus muscles.