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Massage Magazine October 2013 Cover

“Best Practices | therapists share their success | Nicole E. Rosdahl”
MASSAGE Magazine
October 2013 | Page 40

Nicole E. Rosdahl, 27, lives in San Ramon, California. She received her education from the National Holistic Institute (NHI), a college of massage therapy in Emeryville, California. She graduated with honors after 1,350 hours, with the title Advanced Neuromuscular Massage Therapist and Health Educator in May 2013. Shortly thereafter, she began her business, Cornucopia of Healing: Holistic Bodywork and Medical Massage. Read more… Logo

“Your Massage Career: Where Massage Therapy is in Demand” (Online Magazine)
September 24, 2013

As you consider a career in massage, you might wonder where you will be able to work after graduating from massage school. The short answer is, practically anywhere. Driving seven miles to work, I pass two day spas, three massage clinics, two franchise massage clinics, and more than a dozen salons offering massage. Many massage therapists also provide massage in chiropractors’ offices, hospitals, doctors’ offices, gyms and integrative clinics. Learn more…

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“The 38 Best Health Care Jobs of 2014”
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By Evan Taylor
March 27, 2014

Often considered professionals with the “magic touch,” massage therapists relieve pain, reduce stress and relax muscles. In spas and small businesses, these professionals use techniques such as reflexology and acupressure to meet their clients’ treatment needs. See where Massage Therapy ranks…

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“10 fastest-growing jobs in the USA”
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By Alexander E.M. Hess
September 2, 2013

The past 10 years, the number of nonfarm workers rose by just 5%. But despite past decade’s painful recession and the slow job growth that has followed, several occupations have more than doubled the number of workers employed. Details…

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“Massage Is Promising for Muscle Recovery: Researchers Find 10 Minutes Reduces Inflammation”
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By McMaster University
February 1, 2013

As a non-drug therapy, massage holds the potential to help not just bone-weary athletes but those with inflammation-related chronic conditions, such as arthritis or muscular dystrophy, says Justin Crane, a doctoral student in the Department of Kinesiology at McMaster. Details…