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April 27, 2015
I have been reading this post trying to decipher the same thing Zazen has been researching. I am a Nationally Certified Massage Therapist and have been a student of yoga solidly for about the last 6 months. I have a great friend who is a CYT and attended a class in Chicago. Being a wife, mother of 3 and business owner, I absolutely do NOT have the time or money to travel to get my training nor do I have $1500.00+ to spend on training.
I also want to know that I am purchasing a solid course that will help me know exactly how to help my clients, NOT hurt them. As a massage therapist, I am highly concerned when I see "fly by night" massage therapists without the necessary training, working on people. One of the MOST important aspects of massage therapy is knowing when not to massage a client and that is not taught in a weekend workshop or 100 hours class.
If anyone has anything to add to what has been posted already, I look forward to reading it to help me with my decision as well. I pray for guidance and wisdom.....
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