Massage & Bodywork

March/April 2011

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what's on the web BY LARA EVANS BRACCIANTE YOUR COMMUNITY AWAITS Practicing bodywork can sometimes be a solitary proposition. While you work with clients all day, you may not necessarily have the social opportunities that an offi ce provides. Even if you are in an offi ce, online networking can allow you to reach out to your colleagues on your own terms and at your own convenience. That's why ABMP created, to give practitioners a forum separate from your personal social media endeavors like Facebook. On, you can chat about business opportunities, marketing ideas, techniques, success stories, continuing education classes— you name it. And if you don't see the topic you're looking for, add it. While the network is powered by ABMP, it is intentionally "non- partisan" and open to anyone in the profession. ABMP feels strongly that practitioner-to-practitioner communication is key to building a successful—and enjoyable—practice. If you haven't already, visit, sign up, and join the conversation. information services for Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals. Contact her at Lara Evans Bracciante is director of 7,550+ 938 312 Members on Representing all 50 states, and spanning the globe with members from more than 55 countries. Forum Discussions Topics include "Do You Have a Groupon Experience to Share?" "Best Advertising Ideas," "Insurance Billing," "Student Rights," "What Did You Do Before Massage?" and "To Take Credit Cards or Not?" Groups Established Distinguished by state, modality, school, interests, and more. Pssst! Join the Massage & Bodywork magazine group. earn CE hours at your convenience: abmp's online education center, 11

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