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WHAT'S INSIDE? MARCH/APRIL 2016 FEATURES 52 BUILD A FINANCIALLY REWARDING PRACTICE This continuing education provider and bodyworker shares insights gained from students over decades of teaching and empowering practitioners. By Art Riggs 74 EARTHING: A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON BURNOUT Find out about the concept of "Earthing" and how it can help ground and fortify MTs and bodyworkers. By James L. Oschman, PhD 82 CLOTHES ENCOUNTERS Here are some functional and fun tips about how to preserve your personal flair while polishing your professional image. Even if you're uniform-challenged, you can shine! By Susan Epperly 92 THE BENEFITS OF MULTI- HANDS STUDY GROUPS Massage therapy is one career where professionals can (and should) benefit from trading sessions with peers. Learn from this therapist's rich experiences in sessions involving two—or more—practitioners. By Jana Panter, ND 119 THE STORY OF MASSAGE 60 INTEGRATING SCIENCE WITH TECHNIQUE A thorough understanding of the science of myofascial tissue and the application of critical thinking skills can enrich and empower manual therapy skills. This expert helps reintegrate your knowledge of science and technique to inform your ability to deliver more effective bodywork. By Joseph E. Muscolino, DC

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