I have been a licensed massage therapist for nearly twenty years and a continuing education provider for about half of that.
My interest and curiosity in complementary and alternative medicine began at a very young age. My father has been a chiropractor for forty years and my mother worked for ten years for a large essential oil bottler. These lifelong experiences gave me a variety of unique experiences and perspectives on the massage and bodywork field.
A couple years ago, I began teaching massage continuing education through my website, Advanced Massage Techniques. I was inspired to design unique continuing education courses specifically for massage professionals, and my goal is to encourage and assist other professionals to build and maintain their ideal practices.
I recently started a second blog, dedicated to the topic of ashiatsu barefoot massage. You can learn a little bit more about my passion for ashiatsu and my path to practicing and teaching this fascinating modality here.
Advertising, Reviews, and Disclosure
A big part of having a blog on massage therapy is talking about the various products massage therapists use. Product reviews are something I truly enjoy doing, and I feel it is important that you understand my motive behind each product review I publish.
Within each product review, I will disclose how I acquired that product. Some of my reviews are products that I have purchased, while others are product samples I have received. Of the sample products I have reviewed, some were sent to me, while others I have requested. I do not receive compensation, outside of a product sample, for any review I write.
Additionally on this website, I have a few links to other websites. Some of these links include advertising revenue or affiliate commission. This revenue helps pay for the privilege of getting to do what I love, talking about massage therapy!
If you have any questions regarding a specific product review or link, feel free to contact me at: [email protected]