What Are You Reading?
Posted on: July 6, 2015
As a massage therapist, you need to keep up to date on the latest developments in order to offer the best level of service to your clients. You have gone to school for massage therapy, but the learning process never ends. As summer is underway, be sure to add some of the current books on massage therapy to your list of great reads. You'll learn about popular techniques and new trends that can help you to become even more adept as a massage therapist. Consider including the books below the next time you are ready to dive into a book.
The Book of Massage
The Book of Massage, the Complete Step-by-Step Guide to Eastern and Western Technique, should be at the top of your list. Carola Beresford Cooke, Anthony Porter, Lucinda Lidell, and Sara Thomas provide you with comprehensive advice, from the steps to performing different massage techniques, to the oils you should use to offer your clients the greatest benefits. Set the mood with the right kind of atmosphere and provide clients with an experience they won't forget. They will come back to you for more when you deliver satisfaction. This book can help you to be your best.
One Year to a Successful Massage Therapy Practice
Whether you are just starting out in massage therapy or you are looking for ways to improve your practice, One Year to a Successful Massage Therapy Practice by Laura Allen will provide you with invaluable tips that can help you to deliver excellent service.
The Body Doesn't Lie
The Body Doesn't Lie: A Three-Step Program to End Chronic Pain and Become Positively Radiant, by Vicky Vlachonis, is another book you should add to your collection. When you have clients who suffer from chronic pain, finding relief is a top priority. Help your clients to feel their best when they are in your competent hands.