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11 Tips to Perform Better on MBLEx Test Day (2020)

Passing a licensing exam like the MBLEx can be a major obstacle for massage school graduates. Most states require that you pass the exam before you can apply for a massage license and start working as a massage therapist. Not passing the first time can be a frustrating experience, and

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Create A MBLEx Study Plan

Preparing for the Massage and Bodywork Licensing Exam (MBLEx) can be a daunting task. It covers information that takes most massage therapy programs 6-12 months to cover. So studying for this comprehensive exam without feeling overwhelmed will require an effective MBLEx study plan. What is a study plan? A study plan

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How To Get Massage Clients And Market Your Business

Most new massage therapists don’t have a full schedule and want more clients. Starting a massage business is exciting, but it can also be a frustrating experience when your client list is growing slower than expected, especially if you depend on this income to pay your bills. When it comes

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MBLEx Review: Integumentary System Anatomy and Physiology

As massage therapists, one of the systems of the body that we influence the most is the integumentary system. Even though our techniques are often focused on treating deeper structures like muscle tissue and fascia, we can only do this by working through the skin. What is the integumentary system?

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How To Write Massage Therapy Soap Notes

Writing treatment notes is one of the routine activities that massage therapists do every day. The most common form that therapists use to document their client sessions is the SOAP note. What are SOAP notes? A SOAP note is a documentation format that massage therapists and other healthcare workers use

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Self-Care Tips for Massage Therapists

Massage therapy is a rewarding career. We have the opportunity to improve other peoples’ lives by relieving their stress and pain. It has the potential to be a lifelong career, but being a massage therapist can be a demanding job. Over time, working as a massage therapist can take a

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How To Build Rapport as a Massage Therapist

Have you ever known someone who seemed to be able to connect with others effortlessly and naturally? People whose conversations with strangers looked more like they were talking with an old friend? These people could gain someone’s interest and respect quickly. They have the ability to put other people at

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