Bodywork and CoronaVirus

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holley
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Bodywork and CoronaVirus

Post by holley » Tue Mar 10, 2020 7:00 pm

Wondering if/how your practice has been impacted since the outbreak?

Massaged a neighbor Sunday to help with back pain and scheduled him again for tomorrow...that will be the last until this blows over.
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holley
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Re: Bodywork and CoronaVirus

Post by holley » Sun Apr 05, 2020 11:25 am

Body work will die or adapt. Adapting might mean testing each client and oneself before each massage and having testing as a sideline. If it dies what will you transition to?
'Every Day is a god, each day a goddess and holiness pours forth in time."

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Transition plan?

Post by holley » Thu Apr 23, 2020 12:32 pm

Appears Covid-19 might become a seasonal malady. Time to plan transitioning from bodywork to alternative careers. A few years down the line massage might again be safe. What fields would be easy to transition to?
'Every Day is a god, each day a goddess and holiness pours forth in time."

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