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Jun 23, 2022

Self-care may be the key to a long career. But thinking critically about how we self-care offers us an entire career. A closer look at the hamstrings reveals how critical thinking can change how we work, how we think about our work, and how we can help our clients find their own ability to...


Jun 9, 2022

How we approach the work we do is a lot like how we approach our own lives: It can easily fall into the vortex of boring. But waiting for someone else to make it all more exciting might result in it never happening. Join Allison as she discusses how the choice to wear a pair of rose-colored glasses when taking a closer...


May 26, 2022

After 43 years in the field, Sandy Fritz might know a thing or two about the massage and bodywork profession. Starting out when the field was just beginning to take shape and forging her way through obstacles and challenges that would make most people quit, Sandy not only endured but also wrote the book that laid...


May 12, 2022

Dr. Joi Edwards had been a practicing physical therapist for years when she began to feel a pull into the field of massage therapy. She has since continued to expand her practice and her business into the wonders of cupping therapy and the rewards of teaching dissection labs. For this episode, Allison uncovers the...


Apr 28, 2022

Working with obese or overweight clients involves understanding how to work differently both logistically and emotionally. Join Allison as she revisits a blog post she wrote back in 2016 to talk about this ever-evolving conversation. With tips on how to re-think your office to thoughts about how to understand the weight...