Why should you take CoreStones: A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage at IDEA 2015? Be on the lookout for more of our Bright IDEAs blog series, as we provide insight and insider information on our IDEA 2015 Conference educators right up to May 1!
Q. Why does continuing education matters to the massage therapy profession?
A. Continuing education is essential to a massage therapist because it will keep you current with the most innovative techniques, expand your tool box so you will be able to choose the most effective modality for the specific needs of your clients, and keep your regular clients happy by introducing new techniques to your sessions. I’ve been a massage therapist for over 30 years and feel like there is still SO much more to learn. My love of this profession grows through continuing education classes. In addition, working with another therapist in a class is the perfect opportunity to share feedback that you just don’t share with clients. We can fine-tune our skills in a safe and supportive environment.
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Dale Grust is the co-founder of CoreStones, Inc., and a NY Licensed Massage Therapist. She began her career in 1981 in Santa Fe, New Mexico where she studied at Dr. Scherer’s Academy of Massage and Natural Healing. Dale has been a member of AMTA since 1989 and served on the board of AMTA-NY Chapter in many capacities. She is a nationally approved provider of continuing education through the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB).