Get my latest book on Amazon for a special launch price of just 99 cents!

If you want to skip the small talk and get the book right now while it's still 99 cents, you'll find it here I’ve always said that every therapist should be developing an email list and communicating regularly with their clients. It doesn’t matter if you have 30 clients or 3,000 clients. And I’m constantly shocked ...

Massage as a University Program?

Erik Dalton courses now offered in University

The profession has certainly come along way since I became a therapist in 1989. Indidana State University now offer a minor in Massage through their Department of Applied Medicine and Rehabilitation. They are using Erik Dalton's myoskeletal alignment techniques as a basis of the curriculum. That a university it taking this one as a minor ...

2016 My Year in Review

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This blog is a bit of a ghost town since I've closed down BodyworkBiz two years ago, but if you're curious as to what's happened to me over the past year, here's what's been going on. My attention has shifted from the world of massage to the world of English. Almost two years ago I became ...

This is my motivation…

Here's why I do what I do...   BodyworkBiz had always been a passion project for me and not a primary source of income. I've dedicated 26 years of my life to helping clients and helping therapists. Unfortunately, not every therapist has enjoyed the soul-satisfying feeling of reaching and touching the lives of thousands of people like I ...

There’s no excuse for not getting this…

You can get every e-course, video, webinars, e-books, teaching kit, client education newsletter, etc. that has ever been produced at BodyworkBiz. How much does it all cost? You decide! Just type in the price you can afford and it’s all yours – it’s well over two thousand dollars of practice building courses and resources! Click here to get it ...

What would you do in this situation?

Imagine that you are closing your massage office for good as you get ready to embark on a new career. You are finishing up paperwork in your clinic when someone knocks on your door desperately in need of help. They outline their issue and you know you can really help them. Do you say: 1) "Too ...