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April 22, 2009

The Future of California Massage Schools and Therapists

The California Massage Schools Association (CAMSA) will be holding a one-day conference in May to discuss the most up-to-date information about the future of massage schools and massage therapists in California. Varying topics include massage body of knowledge, financial management and new trends in the medical spa industry.

The conference will be held Friday May 15, 2009 at the Courtyard by Marriott, 15433 Ventura Blvd. in Sherman Oaks, Calif. from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. The following is the preliminary agenda, and is subject to change:

Dr. Ben Drillings
"New Trends - From Spa to Medical Spa to Medical Tourism"

Ahmos Nethanel
California Massage Therapy Council - Chairman
"Public Relation Committee"

Bob Benson
California Massage Therapy Council - Vice President
"Credential Committee"

Beverly May
California Massage Therapy Council - Chair
"Public Policy Committee"

Supervisor Janet Nguyen
Representative from California State Association of Counties
California Massage Therapy Council - Board Member

Roberta Rolnick
California Massage Therapy Council - Board Member

Mason Mayers
California Massage Therapy Council - Board Member

Laura Culver Edgar, Chief Officer
Betty Ward, Director of School Outreach
National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Body Work- NCBTMB
"Find out now how national certification is supporting educators in CA"

Evelyn Lamden
Red Kite Business Advisor
"Viral marketing & Social Media"

Dr. Jeffrey Forman
"Massage Body of Knowledge"

Miriam Wizman
Financial Advisor
"Financial management in this Changing Economy"
Guest speakers include Glenda Bisbee, Nick Scott, Ramona Moody, and Selena Lee.

For more information, contact CAMSA ( by phone 818-700-0286 or email .

Source: California Massage School Association


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