Webinar: An Inspired Career
Eric Brown, Laura Allen, Irene Diamond
An important part of ABMP’s mission is to support massage therapists in the development of fulfilling careers—whatever form those careers might take. Some therapists strike out on their own and work as independent practitioners, others work as employees, and many have blended occupations. In this panel discussion, a trio of Massage & Bodywork magazine’s favorite business experts focus on the fun, creative, and self-empowering aspects of maintaining an inspired massage career.
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Eric Brown has trained thousands of therapists at massage therapy colleges and through conference workshops. This noted massage business expert and founder of BodyworkBiz writes for massage journals internationally and is the author of 60 Clients in 60 Days. He is a co-founder of World Massage Conference and Massage Therapy Radio. He has pioneered chair massage in Canada and has worked for a multitude of companies including IBM, Dell, Kelloggs, Levi Strauss, AMEX, major hospitals, banks, law firms, and financial institutions. Learn more at http://bodyworkbiz.com
Laura Allen is the Vice President of Sales & Marketing at CryoDerm. Allen became a licensed massage therapist and bodyworker in 1999 and is the owner of THERA-SSAGE, a clinic and educational facility in Rutherfordton, NC. Allen's regular ethics column, Heart of Bodywork, appears in Massage & Bodywork magazine. She has been an approved provider of continuing education under the NCBTMB since 2000, offering classes in professional ethics, business and marketing, and massage therapy. She resides in the mountains of Western North Carolina where she enjoys playing music with her friends, reading, writing, traveling, cooking, and studying all things Irish. You can learn more about her work at www.lauraallenmt.com.
A therapist for 25 years, the creator of Active Myofascial Therapy: The Diamond Method, and a Massage Hall of Fame inductee, Irene Diamond is the secret weapon behind many of the world's most successful therapists. Through strategic insight and knowledge she takes thera-preneurs' businesses from good to great. As the founder of San Francisco, California's first wellness center, she knows what it takes to run a thriving massage business. Active Myofascial Therapy: The Diamond Method is one of the most fast-acting hands-on and movement-based rehabilitation therapies for myofascial dysfunction and pain.
Learn more at http://www.IreneDiamond.com
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