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The Path of My Pain by Leslie Byrd

I know personally what it is like to battle with pain. To fight it. To carry it with me daily, a heavy load upon aching shoulders and back, weights shackled and dragging with burning legs. I know the needles tingling

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Ballet Dancer, Teacher, Sarah Hammer Embraces Massage to Maintain Good Health

It is dark. All you see before you is the lushness of a red velvet curtain. All you hear is the thrumming of your heart in your ears, every nerve in your body standing on end. The smells of sweat

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Author, massage instructor & NCBTMB Approved Provider of Continuing Education: CEO of the Ariana Institute for Wellness Education Ariana Vincent

Tell us why you chose to go into massage and at what point in your life did you decide to do so? What were you doing at the time? Where did you first hear about the massage career? What factors

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Thoughts from the Regional Director of Recruitment for Massage Envy: Ronald Maslovsky

I am a licensed massage therapist with 25 years of business development background selling to Fortune 500 Companies and Big Box Retailers. Presently, I am the Regional Director of Recruitment for Massage Envy – Chicagoland Region. I represent 44 Massage

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Intensive Care Unit (ICU)/Emergency Room Nurse Gina Crosby Turned Massage Therapist

I always laugh when people ask me “What do you want to be when you grow up…” One would think at 30, while I am old to some and ‘green behind the ears’ to others, that I am ‘grown-up.’ However,

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