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July | August 2014

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20 m a s s a g e & b o d y w o r k j u l y / a u g u s t 2 0 1 4 NEWS NOTES compiled by Brandon Twyford I t p a y s t o b e A B M P C e r t i f i e d : w w w. a b m p . c o m / g o / c e r t i f i e d c e n t r a l 21 Massage Envy Spa's Therapists of the Year Massage Envy Spa, the largest employer of massage therapists and estheticians in the United States, announced the winners of its annual Therapist of the Year program. The 58 winners were chosen from each state or large metropolitan area based on their high levels of professionalism, client service, and contributions to healing through therapeutic touch. "At Massage Envy Spa, our goal is to make a difference in people's lives through the healing power of touch, and these particular therapists and estheticians have gone above and beyond to demonstrate this commitment to our members and guests through their hard work," said CG Funk, vice president of industry relations and product development for Massage Envy Spa. "It's because of the work of this talented group and their colleagues that we can continue to provide a pathway to wellness, well- being, and worth through professional, convenient, and affordable massage therapy and spa services." Massage Envy also honored six schools with its second-annual Excellence in Education award. Winners are: • American Career College, Ontario, Canada • Bellus Academy, San Diego, California • Everest College, Seattle, Washington • Irene's Myomassology Institute, Detroit, Michigan • Lauterstein-Conway Massage School, Austin, Texas • Wellspring School of Allied Health, Kansas City, Missouri "We're proud to honor these institutions for their commitment to upholding the highest standards of training and education for the industry's future practitioners," said Funk. "As massage therapy continues to evolve, these leading schools are ensuring that students are equipped with the necessary training and knowledge to be prepared for a rewarding career opportunity." The names and locations of all 58 winners can be found at 60+ CE courses available! CE Hours - At Home! CE hours Tuition 21 Positional Release $225 20 Sports Massage $220 18 Trigger Point Therapy $190 17 Orthopedic Massage $180 16 Pregnancy Massage $175 15 Stone Massage $175 14 Lymphatic Drainage $155 12 Managing Pain $135 12 Chair Massage $135 11 Treating Low Back Pain $125 10 Cancer and Massage $110 10 Craniosacral Therapy $115 9 Treating Headaches $105 8 Postural Assessment $90 7 Fibromyalgia Syndrome $75 6 Research $70 5 Carpal Tunnel $55 3 HIV/AIDS $35 2 Ethics in Massage $25 AND MANY MORE ONLINE! #409296-00 ABMP Members Save 20%! Use code ABMP20 at checkout. Heal from within Rocky Mountain Center Explore the depth and scope of this work at or call 970-209-9400 NEW training starts November 2014 in Denver, CO November 2014 in Denver, CO "Every bodyworker should discover this work. It is the most complete bodywork I have ever experienced… a galaxy of life changing insights." Marcie Shumway It is about being inspired

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