From the dusty AMT archive, we travel back to December 2002 and a massage that one might want to forget but never can.Continue Reading →
“If we claim to see massage as a component of a holistic therapy, and feeling depressed is so common, there is much in this book for massage therapists.” Geoffrey Hugh Miller shares his thoughts on Gary Greenberg’s Manufacturing Depression: The Secret History of a Modern Disease.Continue Reading →
Do massage therapists consider the cultural safety of their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients? Karen Wyld provides practical tips and resources, as well as suggestions on how massage therapists can better engage with First Peoples.Continue Reading →
Myotherapist Jenny Richardson shares her experience on how to treat a client presenting with shoulder pain, including a couple of expert tips.Continue Reading →
Ever wondered how the underpant was created? Rebecca Barnett takes us on a lighthearted journey through the historical ups and downs of the underpant.Continue Reading →
1 in 5 Australians are affected by mental illness, yet many don’t seek help because of stigma.
Massage Therapist and Educator, Aran Bright introduces the concept of interoception ahead of the one-day workshop he is co-presenting at the AMT Mini Conference 2017.Continue Reading →
Massage therapist Clyde Andrews takes us through a clinical experience of integrating pain science into practice.Continue Reading →