Pain Analogy 1: Legos #@&%ing Hurt

Think about a time when you stepped on a lego. It probably felt like the sharp of a metal nail went clean through your foot or like a knife piercing it. But that Lego probably didn’t puncture the skin or even bruise it. It was just your body sending a pain signal to alert you…

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Myth Busting: Water, Hydration, Muscles and Massage

You might have heard the old myth that the way a muscle feels or its tonicity, is an indicator of dehydration. Or maybe you’ve heard that water is required post massage to help flush out the system. Well, the good news is… that is not the case. Neither is true. Let’s explore why and/or how…

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Pandemic Related Small Biz Resources for Massage Therapists

Early on during the pandemic, I created a Small Business Resources for Massage Therapists during the pandemic, as we were having trouble finding information and resources. But it was last updated in July 2020, so much of this information has changed since July or is at the very least better understood. Many of the resources…

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