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JANUARY | FEBRUARY 2020

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What steps do you take regarding client education? How do you keep "talking" to clients after they've left your table? Publication Date: Mar/Apr 2020 Do you consider what you do health care? If so, why? What makes your practice health care? Publication Date: May/June 2020 Email your responses to editor@abmp.com. Your submission can be as short as you'd like and up to 250 words. Upcoming Topics SPEAK YOUR MIND Have you, can you (legally), or do you plan to use CBD lotions/oils/salves in your massage and bodywork practice? If yes, why? If no, why not? FROM FACEBOOK The CBD oil we sell and use as an add- on to massage sessions has no THC and comes from the industrial hemp plant. Our clients love it as much as [me]; I use it to help with pain and anxiety. CHER BUCK I do not. While there is a lot of research showing the benefi ts/effects, I believe that getting to the root of the problem should be priority. Masking issues with products, such as CBD, can cause more problems in the long run. If I were to use it, it would only be as a maintenance product to be used between sessions, working toward resolving the issues at hand. GINNY PAWLAK Yes, I use a CBD balm in my state of Pennsylvania, where it is legal to sell CBD (non-edible) products if the concentration is less than .03% THC. I like the way these infused products help calm pain and ease the client in general. BRIDGIT MARTIN 14 m a s s a g e & b o d y w o r k j a n u a r y / f e b r u a r y 2 0 2 0

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