Carrie Burnett is up to big things. Since graduating from The Healing Arts Center, she has started her own massage business, undertaken professional training towards receiving a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP) certificate, is studying psychology at Webster University and has plans to pursue a doctorate in neuroscience. She has a passionate belief that the power of touch is not understood by science or therefore utilized to its fullest extent and has every intention of changing that through her current practice and future research.
Training In A Spectrum Of Holistic Healing Techniques Can Make All The Difference Between Having A Job As A Wellness Worker And Creating A Wellness Practice
of Myofascial Release, one of the most useful massage modalities for injury recovery, scar rehabilitation and sports recovery. Our students start clinical practice after their first term in school. HAC is nothing if not a “learning by doing” school. Our students will spend the better part of a year working on the public so that when they graduate they are as comfortable with clients as they are with their friends. Like most massage therapists nation-wide, roughly 60% of our graduates will wind up running their own independent wellness practices.
And this is the new gold standard at HAC: comprehensive wellness practice.
With 60% Of All Massage Therapists Practicing As Independents, HAC Ramps Up Business Development And Marketing Skills In Business Class And Looks At Business Incubation.
This New HAC Blog Series Is Designed To Improve The Business Skills Of The Entire Massage Therapy Community
David Kenyon is the president of the Healing Arts Center in St. Louis, Missouri. He is an attorney, business consultant and entrepreneur who has specialized in developing local and regional small-cap businesses with high job creation densities. Over the course of his career, he has helped a number of companies survive the start-up phase and go on to create multi-million dollar revenue streams. David emphasizes creating lean, tribal operating environments and enhancing product value exchanges with social value. David's primary rule is that entrepreneurs must transcend the vast body of widely-believed business myths in order to get "real" about what business actually is and how it works.
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