Massage Therapy

  1. To Intern or Not To Intern

    Are you internship material?


    An Internship certainly isn’t required to spark the beginnings of a successful career in massage, and let’s face it, it’s a tough decision to take a position that most likely offers little or no pay. However, internships can be a great way to gain some pretty valuable on-the-job experience that will help you determine which specialties you may want to focus upon in your career and which equipment will work best for your practice, while getting a hands-on, realistic view of life as a professional, practicing massage therapist.

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  2. Try something new and make it your own

    The art of staying fresh while practicing what you love.



    Why limit your massage therapy practice to one particular segment when you can build upon your skills to offer therapies that appeal to geriatric audiences, as well as infants, those with special needs, or those who seek alternative forms of therapy altogether? In addition, you always want to ensure that you’re practicing using the most up-to-date methodology, even if you’ve been practicing the same specialty for years. So what may be “old news” in your book may have been issued an addendum or five you wouldn’t have been aware of without your seeking knowledge.

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  3. The Healing Power of Massage

    The healing power of touch has been known and practiced since earliest times. We know that the art of massage was practiced by the Greeks and Romans, in ancient India and China, and massage is even mentioned and praised for its healing powers in the Bible. Indeed the laying on of hands, prominent in so many religions for its healing powers, dates to the ancient practice of massage. The healing power of touch, well known and practiced throughout the ages, is still with us and indeed even more relevant that ever. Today, modern science and the ancient art of healing through touch have come together to help you feel, think and perform at your best.

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  4. Anti-Stress Health Benefits of Massage Therapy

    Life happens. It's a simple statement, but it rings true - especially in these tough times. Some people who can't find a good outlet for pent-up stress may handle extra pressure in their lives by drinking more, smoking more or developing a reliance on anti-depressants. But a more positive solution to stress management and maintaining overall wellness may be as close as your friendly neighborhood spa. Here are some ways that regular massage therapy treatments can help you find the relief you're looking for… naturally.

     

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  5. 5 Reasons Why Earthlite is the Choice For Massage Therapy Schools

    Career-changers and holistic living enthusiasts all across the United States and around the world are choosing to get the education they need to become professional massage therapists. As the population of our nation ages, demand for highly trained therapists is on the increase: people are simply looking to more natural methods for muscle pain relief, stress reduction, and overall wellness. In order to keep up with demand, massage therapy schools need to increase their supply of quality massage tables, and their #1 brand of choice is Earthlite.

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  6. Excellent Client Care is the Key to Massage Therapy Success

    If you are a new massage therapist, you will soon learn that being able to give an exquisite treatment is not the be all, end all of your new career; indeed, the sooner you realize that the comfort of your clients should be the ultimate goal, the sooner you will find success and its accompanying loyal clientele. Here are a few tips for maintaining excellent client care.

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  7. Earthlite® Massage Heroes - Ruthie

    Earthlite works with many massage therapists and business owners that we think deserve to be highlighted. We wanted to recognize a few people that we consider “heroes” of the massage world: business owners, innovators, sports therapists, and local massage therapists that provide to the general Read more

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