and am i flabberghasted! it seems like no one knows what one can do with a cross
skill backround in nursing and massage therapy, so i am fishing amongst you to
relay message back to me about how to use NANMT(nat'l assoc. of nursing massage
therapists) as guide, through you're possibly being member already of the org,
to learn from you and they both-at how to get going in the specialty.
also, what will having membership with NANMT do to candidate into slot fill
of job opportunities-anyone, anyone?
my backround is CMT(735 hours-95 of them clinical/hands-on, so i surely will
need more clinical hours(?) to hook up for membership join myself(if it will prove
more useful, than not to join them) with just a wrap up of doing CNA/RNA/HHA
rna=rehab aide/hha=home health aide course(s).
i'm looking foward to using these skills of nursing and massage in post acute,
allied health and private drs offices x northern bay area california, as well
the grow of my own client base-for add to, or new/separate session seen (for)
energy work, and last but not least add to that-some gismos and gadgets that
can round up on & upon-good, multiple streams of incomes for living, i get upto
can u help me please?bless you incessantly for you answers!