The ABMP Podcast “Conversations in Quarantine” with Allissa Haines and Michael Reynolds of Massage Business Blueprint

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In this two-part series, the co-founders of Massage Business Blueprint discuss life without therapeutic touch, crisis communication with clients, and Haines’s decision to close her practice for the time being—from speaking with her clients to her landlord to her renters.

Haines and Reynolds offer suggestions for short-term triage ideas and long-term brainstorming and goals, emergency funds, accounting basics, diversification, and developing your dream practice when you do decide to practice again.

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Allissa Haines and Michael Reynolds are the wonder duo who make up Massage Business Blueprint. Haines is a practicing massage therapist of 15 years and self-described Director of Shenanigans at Massage Business Blueprint. Michael is a former massage therapist, financial advisor and tech entrepreneur, and self-described Director of Nerdy Things at Massage Business Blueprint. Both happen to be authors for Massage & Bodywork magazine and are columnists of the Blueprint for Success column. For more info about them, please visit their site at www.massagebusinessblueprint.com. For more info about their year-long financial series, visit www.abmp.com/money. And to find their article “Financially Surviving COVID-19” that was featured in the Special Issue of Massage & Bodywork, go to www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com.

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