Category: Musings & Random Thoughts

Vulnerability, Submission, Trust

Vulnerability. Submission. Trust. Those are the messages my little rescue foster dog sends when she lays on her back and shows her tummy. And I am gentle and I smile and I rub her tummy and tell her she is a good girl. And she is rewarded for her trust. How different I felt thinking […]
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5 Resources--Practicing Massage in COVID-19 pandemic

Here is some of the information I recently shared in a July newsletter. This newsletter is focused on licensing information, especially for those in Texas.  If you would be interested in receiving my newsletters, please head over to my contact page and sign up. Guidelines and Resources 1. Governor Abbott lifted the restriction on providing massage on […]
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Newsletter excerpts: Texas Massage Updates--July 2019

Here is some of the information I recently shared in a July newsletter. This newsletter is focused on licensing information, especially for those in Texas.  If you would be interested in receiving my newsletters, please head over to my contact page and sign up. Updates from Other States and Organizations that May Affect Texas   1. Gov. […]
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California passes a bill that could be game-changer in the Massage and spa world!

In a move to resolve controversies and lawsuits over compensating piece-rate workers, California passed an update to the Piece-rate legislation section of the Labor Code 9AB1513), which went into effect January 2016. This piece of legislation has the potential to be a game-changer for massage professionals, especially those working for large clinics as a commission or contract employee.
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Can you motivate the unmotivated student?

Recently, I found a great website for teachers—Cult of Pedagogy (Teacher Nerds, Unite). The site includes blogs and podcasts about teaching issues and resources. While the site is mainly geared toward K-12 teachers, some of the information is helpful for any teacher. On that site I found an article, written by Jennifer Gonzalez, titled “5 […]
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Article published in Massage Today!

Teaching business for massage therapists and taking advanced and continuing education classes for many years, I have noticed that it is much harder to create a class based around a specific population or body area, as many massage therapists only want to learn new techniques. I wrote an article for Massage Today, Massage Specialization as […]
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