Just Released! 260 Extremely Practical Ways to Build Your Massage Practice

Having a full practice is the number one concern among massage therapists. So I asked my BodyworkBiz subscribers to send me their best practice building tips.
I wanted to know the one thing they did that shifted their practice dramatically. Furthermore, I asked them whenever possible to provide me with specific details and and to outline their results in dollars and cents. I threw away more than 40% of the submissions I received.
In the end, […] Continue Reading…

Free Images for Your Website

Getting images for your website, blog or newsletter used to be expensive with prices starting at $29 for individual images on the low end. Fast forward five years and there are a whole range of sites that offer beautiful stock images and photography that are 100% FREE to download and use. Here are a few that I’ve come across over the past little while.

Pexels provides high quality and completely free stock photos licensed under […] Continue Reading…

2017 Year in Review

Here is my annual year in review. I’ve been doing these posts for a number of years now (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016) and it’s a great exercise to reflect on what you’ve accomplished and learned over the previous year. If 2016 was a year of “gratitude”, then the theme for 2017 was “transitions”.

Just weeks before the New Year rolled in, my long time partner, Anne Williams, and I decided to get married. We wanted to do it […] Continue Reading…

Get my latest book on Amazon for a special launch price of just $2.99!

If you want to skip the small talk and get the book right now while it’s still just $2.99, 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 that almost no therapists do this.

I think part of the problem is that the idea of writing and producing […] Continue Reading…

Watch my new SkillShare email marketing course for free!

The BodyworkBiz site as you’ve come to know it will close down for good as of the end of June. If you’ve purchased the BodyworkBiz Retirement Package your access ends in June. I extended access from one year to two and a half years, but the site is aging and has to come down.
New Resources Available for You
If you’ve taken any of the courses, you know how practical and effective they are at bringing […] Continue Reading…

Massage as a University Program?

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 certainly shows how far mainstream massage is becoming.

The full story is here: https://www.massagemag.com/massage-program-succeeds-indiana-state-university-44243/​

2016 My Year in Review

Yes, I’m petting an owl. More on that below.

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 CELTA certified as an English as a […] Continue Reading…

2015 My Year in Review

At the end of each year I take the time to reflect back, take stock of what’s happened and chart my direction for the future. This year has certainly been a year of shifts and changes, of closing old doors and opening new ones.

Last year I decided to take a leap and leave the massage profession by giving up my massage license. I wanted the departure to be quick, but it’s difficult to extricate myself out of […] Continue Reading…

How much should I pay?

The BodyworkBiz Retirement package is only available for a few more days, so check it out and get it now. We’re both savvy enough to know that leaving it “til later” means “never” and you don’t want to miss out. And the pay what you can offer means there’s no excuse for not getting access to these awesome resources.

This is a “pay what you can” offer. That means you choose the price.

But some people […] Continue Reading…

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 have.

Here’s one last chance to get all my know-how. You decided the price. You decide what life transformation is […] Continue Reading…