Stay Home, Stay Sharp: Affordable CEs for LMT’s

Required CEs for Oregon LMTs  have been deferred through September. See this article: Massage in Oregon during Corona. Marketing massage after COVID-19 is going to look different than it did before. How will COVID-19 affect your taxes this year? The era of social distancing has changed us—and it has changed your massage clients. Here’s what you need to know.

Marketing Strategies for LMTs:
Attracting the Clients You Want
with Bonnie Lee, LMT – $40
April 20th & 22nd 1-2:30 PM
Scope: Marketing, social media, business, branding, search engine optimization (SEO), long-term strategy sales pitch

 

 

How Healthy is Your Business? A Financial Checkup for LMTs
with Will Hallett, LMT, CHt – $40
April 24th & 27th 10-11:30 AM
Scope: Legal guidelines for massage, grants and loans available to small business owners during the pandemic, how to generate an income while practicing physical distancing.

 

 

Identifying and Addressing Threat Response in Massage Clients
with Kevin C. Moore – $40
*Cultural Competency Component (OBMT)
April 29th and May 1st 10 AM – 12 PM
Scope: Trauma, abuse, touch starvation, compassionate interventions, trauma-informed care, brain lateralization, body language, schomatics, evolutionary biology, discomfort, and creating safe spaces.

 

Bundle all three for a special price of $110.

To learn more or register for classes, click the below link.

Register for Classes: https://oregonschoolofmassage.square.site/

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