Last week I asked for suggestions for names my massage blog website names. I had hit a mental road block and hoping to tap in on the creative nature of my colleagues. This weekend I went through quite the thought process. At first I wanted to name it, “Two Massage Tables and a Microphone”. Unless you were about 18 about twelve years ago, that one is not going to make much sense. Oh Beck! I tried to stay away from Hands-on, Every Body, Fingerprints, or Well Kneaded. Done, done, done, and done again. iMassage – Loved it. However, it was taken! Oh well, Apple is bound to take it back sometime. I also thought about a play on Massage Envy, like Massage Ivy.
I needed the name to fit my personality and my love for massage. I looked back and tried to figure out exactly what is my massage blog about to see if that would help with my thought process. To summarize it myself, my blog covers four main topics:
- A look at general business practices, including ethics, laws, as well as personal lessons learned over the years.
- Insights into my massage CEU business, Advanced Massage Techniques.
- My reviews on massage products.
- Discussions on general massage topics. This includes research, massage techniques, and my opinion on such topics..
This weekend I was walking back to my car after the movie “Tangled” with my family when the name finally came to me. I was thinking about Massage and Bodywork Magazine and had an idea. So, without further ado, welcome to my newly named blog: Massage and Bloggywork.
There are going to be a lot of good and exciting changes and challenges for my business, my home, and my life over the next year. I hope to detail them here, along with reviews on massage products, updates on Advanced Massage Techniques, and other new adventures and opportunities I have in store for the massage and bodywork community.
If you have a blog on massage therapy, list it below. I am going to discuss some of my favorite ones I follow in the coming weeks.
Can you help me with a specific question about california certified massage therapist/ practitioner moving to South Carolina relative to licencing requirements? Transfer? Reciprocity? I’m so confused 🥴
What is the question?
Here is the app for SC. It is pretty straight forward for what you will need.