Whether you’ve taken maternity or paternity leave, had time off to focus on other work, spent time travelling, had a lengthy illness or just needed some downtime, after a massage career break it may feel daunting to start your practice up again.
Sue Attrill, experienced supervisor and supervisee, explains what happens in a supervision session, the value of it and benefits it can bring to your massage practice.
You’ve completed your diploma, you’ve passed your exams, time to celebrate your achievement and what you’ve learnt.
But what comes next? The journey into running a fully-fledged massage practice has just begun and there are many, many steps along the way. One action you can take that will have a profound impact on whether you stay in and flourish in your practice is to go to supervision. Many MTI members, tutors and school founders have said that the only reason they stayed in practise in the early days was supervision.
A review of the MTI Conference by Chair Earle Abrahamson
The Resource Centre in Holloway Road, London, was the home for this year’s conference. The Annual conference brought together a diverse range of practitioners and students, to not only celebrate 30 years of MTI existence but further to recognise the journey that each of us has travelled, from the inceptions of the MTI to current day practice.