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Washington Massage School Launches Private Practice Clinic
Date:7/2/2012

Olympia, WA (PRWEB) July 02, 2012

Bodymechanics is a massage therapy school based in Olympia, Washington. The school is known for the quality of care its graduates provide to the local community, both as massage therapists and business owners. As a result of popular demand, Bodymechanics recently formed a Graduate Massage Clinic. The clinic is designed to act as a stepping stone for recent graduates who are interested in starting his/her own private practice.

“Graduation is a major accomplishment for students of Bodymechanics. But, many of them want, and need, help with the next step – especially if it means the leap from student to private practice owner,” says Shari Aldrich, Owner of Bodymechanics and Myotherapy & Massage. “Our Graduate Massage Clinic provides resources, information, and support for graduates who are looking for advice on the do’s and don’ts when starting his/her own massage business.”

According to SmallBusiness.Chron.com, “A massage therapy business can be lucrative to an entrepreneur and provide the opportunity to work independently or with a health care professional, such as an orthopedic doctor or chiropractor. An advantage of opening a massage therapy business is being able to accept insurance payments as well as private-party payments.” Bodymechanics is helping its recent graduates decipher whether or not the pros outweigh the cons when considering self-employment versus employment with a spa or medical clinic.

The Graduate Massage Clinic is open 7 days a week, 9:00 am – 8:00 pm. Address is 2584 RW Johnson Blvd SW Tumwater, WA 98512. Phone number to schedule appointments is (360) 515-0110. Graduates are fully licensed with the State of Washington Department of Health and specialize in treatment of acute and chronic conditions such as neck and back pain, shoulder pain, and postural dysfunctions. Same day appointments are available.

Bodymechanics School of Myotherapy & Massage offers advanced theory and treatment education in the treatment of acute and chronic ailments. The company's core values include thorough student understanding of advanced treatment skills and advanced marketing strategies.

Members of the media are invited to contact Shari Aldrich directly at: (360) 350-0110 or at: http://www.bodymechanics.net/

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