When I decided to start my massage therapy career path back in 2006, I didn’t know anything about the scientific benefits of massage therapy. Researching the way someone else achieved positive outcomes wasn’t a make or break factor on whether I had a calling to the practice. I became a therapist because of the personal experience I had with the benefits I received.
I was in a car accident just before meeting my first massage therapist. She’s the reason I can say I understand the benefits. Her years of working with clients proved true to help my body heal from the damage.