So you are thinking of getting a massage, and you have some questions. Here are answers to some frequently asked questions to think about as you choose from among your many options for a massage and/or massage therapist.
The skies were a looming steel grey,thunderstorms threatening all around us. I expected New Mexico to be warm and dry, even sunny. Instead, I watched the mountain tops in hopes of catching the lightning as it struck down from the smothering cloud formations. The drive from Albuquerque to Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, took over two hours. The weather changed on a dime. One minute the beams of sunlight cracking through the clouds like headlights on a desolate highway would turn into a spring shower, and then turn to a pelting down pour. At one point snow blanketed the terrain with white soft crystals.
Hello, and welcome to my new blog. I want to take this opportunity to introduce myself and explain why and how I can be Your Massage Advocate.
For years, I have been in search of the “right” massage therapist for me both at home and abroad. I have found suitable massage therapists locally, but for some reason or another, the client/therapist relationship ended. In my search, I have asked myself, “How could my experiences benefit other therapists as well as our clients?” The answer finally came to me: I can be the advocate for practitioners and for clients. I can help them choose the right therapist/client arrangement for the right reasons.