One key characteristic that separates successful massage practitioners from the rest is their desire to continually expand their knowledge and experience — including in massage therapy business education. Learning is a lifelong process.
Those who refrain from engaging their brains tend to stagnate and lose their creative edge. I’m amazed when I hear comments such as, “I don’t need to take any more classes, after all, the school I attended was great!” or “I’ve been in practice for many years and am doing just fine.”
Education doesn’t stop when you graduate; actually, that is just the beginning. You learn the basics in school, but the true integration and honing of your skills come with practice and years of working with clients.
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