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Massage Today
September, 2003, Vol. 03, Issue 09

This Month on MassageToday.com

By Editorial Staff

Have you noticed anything different about Massage Today's Web site? If not, it's time to log on to massagetoday.com and take a closer look. We've added a few small features that we hope will make your browsing experience a little easier.

  • Never get lost again: We've added a Home button - your direct link to the homepage.
  • Need to know: We've added Massage Therapy Links and Massage Therapy Schools and Programs pages. Link to essential resources in the profession by clicking on the MT Links button. The MT Schools and Programs button takes you to a listing of massage therapy educational programs and institutions throughout the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico. This page is a continuing work-in-progress. Please let us know if you would like your school or educational program added.
  • Have a massage-related question? We have added some new faces to Ask a Massage Therapist: an online resource in which experienced massage therapists field questions via a discussion forum.
  • We Get Letters and E-mail: So much, in fact, that it's impossible to publish everything we receive; however, many of these letters deserve a forum. Beginning this month, we will be expanding We Get Letters and E-mail in every online issue to include letters not published in the print version.
  • Get inspired by scrolling down to the bottom of the home page for a different motivating quote each month.

The improvements have only begun. In time, we will be expanding some of the other Web site features including, the All About Massage Therapy and Related Topics pages. Stay tuned for a bigger and better massagetoday.com!

And don't forget: the Web site is updated monthly with each new issue.

Is there something you would like to see on massagetoday.com? Please e-mail your comments and suggestions to Massage Today's managing editor at .

We look forward to hearing from you!

 

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