On this week’s episode of Jing TV, the dynamic dyo Rachel Fairweather and Meghan Mari (Directors @ Jing Advanced Massage Training) talk about Client Emotional Issues and how you should deal with them! Do you want to find out more about The JING Institute of advanced massage training? Want to check out our hands on, […]
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Welcome to the Jing Massage Blog and Vlog!
Loads of really exciting Jing TV episodes on the Jing Massage Vlog and articles and posts written by our very own Rachel Fairweather and Meghan Mari on the massage blog! We cover everything from Myofascial release to Price increase – so for great top tips and essential advice for all therapists, stay tuned!
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On Jing TV this week, the dynamic duo Meghan Mari and Rachel Fairweather (Directors of Jing Advanced Massage Training) discuss the BIG topic! Charging and Discount! How much should massage therapists charge? What kind of special offers should any massage therapist use to help his/hers business! Do you want to find out more about The […]
This week, the dynamic duo Meghan Mari – Director of Jing – and Anne-Marie Williams – Course & Event Manager – are talking about sports and event massage! They give their insights and expertise on how to massage at events and how to prepare for them. This week they will give you top tips on […]
This week on Jing TV!, Rachel Fairweather (Director) and Nigel Jeffrey (Business Manager) talk about how can a massage therapist plan his business in more creative ways. They talk about the importance of business planning in any industry, but also specifically for massage therapy, and how can a vision transform itself into a plan! Do […]
“A good listener is not only popular everywhere, but after a while she knows something” – Wilson Mizner Taking a case history is often the first real contact you have with your client. This is the point where you can really start to hear your client’s story, make a connection with them as a […]
In this episode of Jing TV! the dynamic duo Meghan Mari and Rachel Fairweather talk about massage treatment after surgery, specifically how soon after surgery can you treat people. They will give you top technique tips for treating patients with scar tissue, and some great rehab suggestions! Do you want to find out more about […]
This week the spirited duo – Rachel Fairweather – Jing Director – and Nina Frizoni – Director of Student Development – talk about how to start up a massage blog. They explain how can a blog help your business gain audience through the internet, giving their top tips on how to correctly use blogging. Do […]
In this episode of Jing TV! the dynamic duo Meghan Mari and Rachel Fairweather we talk about the big issue – what do you call yourself as a massage therapist? We look at what is the difference between as advanced clinical massage therapist, a sports massage therapist, remedial massage, a holistic massage therapist – or […]
Published in Massage World Magazine (with acknowledgements to Steven Covey for his inspirational book: The 7 habits of Highly successful people) What makes a really GREAT bodyworker? During my twenty five year love affair with bodywork I have practised, taught, studied and received massage in many diverse parts of the world including the UK, USA, […]
This week the dynamic duo – Meghan Mari and Rachel Fairweather talk about how to work with the Spine. They will go through anatomy, the pathologies associated, and some great techniques top tips! Do you want to find out more about The JING Institute of advanced massage training? Want to check out our hands on, […]
This week on Jing TV! the dynamic duo Meghan Mari and Rachel Fairweather, talk about a very important topic – avoiding business burnout! Get top tips from the experts on how to stay enthusiastic about your massage business: Be Passionate, Be Connected, Get Great Training, Have Holidays, Don’t get board, and be strict with time […]
Published in Holistic Therapist Magazine Anyone who works intensively with their hands is prone to injuring their arms, wrists, thumbs and fingers and unfortunately massage therapists are no exception. The arms and hands are just not designed to withstand heavy work over extended periods of time leading to carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow and other […]