Indianapolis massage school to relocate

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After operating Downtown about a decade, Indiana Therapeutic Massage School will move to 7780 Michigan Road on June 1. The relocation will come a month before a new state law, signed Wednesday by the governor, ...

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Scott

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May 11, 2007
 
Are you sure?
Long Time Libertarian

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May 11, 2007
 
Dear Government,

Mind your own freaking business. This is nothing but an attempt to stop prostitution, which should be legal to begin with.
Aimee

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May 11, 2007
 
Is everyone on this forum a moron. Apparently you know nothing about massage therapy. Maybe you should know your info then make comments. I go to massage therapy school right now and my school is 10 times as good as this school. My class that I am taking right now is 672 hours plus 80 hours for deep tissue.Ill wite your names down and make sure that you are never any of my clients.
Aimee

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#7
May 11, 2007
 
Do you even know anything about the lisensure that is about to go into effect. Yes it is a way to stop prostitution in massage 'parlors". But it is more to help massage therapist than anything.
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Mind your own freaking business. This is nothing but an attempt to stop prostitution, which should be legal to begin with.
Ha ha

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May 11, 2007
 
Aimee wrote:
Ill wite your names down and make sure that you are never any of my clients.
Bah ha ha ha ha. I'll wite you down too as a GED flunkee.
Aimee

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May 11, 2007
 
Im sure that I have more of an education than you and I will probably make more money than you. Unless you make between 70 and 100 dollars an hour!!
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Bah ha ha ha ha. I'll wite you down too as a GED flunkee.

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May 11, 2007
 
Aimee wrote:
Im sure that I have more of an education than you and I will probably make more money than you. Unless you make between 70 and 100 dollars an hour!!
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I'm afraid your attitude will not serve you well in dealing with the public. Attitude is everything in public contact work and is the first thing that shows through. So it requires almost superhuman effort at times to keep the attitude straight. My advice to you is to lose the chip that is on your shoulder, concentrate on being a great therapist and hopefully you will be successful.
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May 11, 2007
 
Aimee wrote:
Im sure that I have more of an education than you and I will probably make more money than you. Unless you make between 70 and 100 dollars an hour!!
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Yep, you're wrong again there, GED Aimee.
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May 11, 2007
 
Aimee -
Don't take it personally. These fools have one track minds, and they don't care what licensed massage therapy really is about.
Aimee

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May 11, 2007
 
Wouldnt you have a "chip" on your shoulder if ppl badmouthed your proffesion. Ppl just need to learn about something before they jump to conclusions.In every profession there are the select few who ruin it for everyone. Im sure if everyone on this forum got a good massage from at proffesional massage therapist they would have a different opinion. This has changed my life.
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I'm afraid your attitude will not serve you well in dealing with the public. Attitude is everything in public contact work and is the first thing that shows through. So it requires almost superhuman effort at times to keep the attitude straight. My advice to you is to lose the chip that is on your shoulder, concentrate on being a great therapist and hopefully you will be successful.
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May 11, 2007
 
finally someone with an intellegent mind
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Aimee -
Don't take it personally. These fools have one track minds, and they don't care what licensed massage therapy really is about.
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May 11, 2007
 
Aimee wrote:
Wouldnt you have a "chip" on your shoulder if ppl badmouthed your proffesion. Ppl just need to learn about something before they jump to conclusions.In every profession there are the select few who ruin it for everyone. Im sure if everyone on this forum got a good massage from at proffesional massage therapist they would have a different opinion. This has changed my life.
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Good luck getting a job. If you think you can make $70/hr for 40 hours a week, you're kidding yourself and the school you're going to has brainwashed you. They'll take your money and give you false expectations. Do you really think there's that big of a need for that profession? Everyone would be flocking towards it. You'll just be another Indiana foreclosure statistic.
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May 11, 2007
 
Have fun paying Licensing fees.
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May 11, 2007
 
Aimee wrote:
finally someone with an intellegent mind
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Keep up the hard work Aimee, ignore the hillbillies.
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May 11, 2007
 
Speed wrote:
At the "massage" school:
Freshman - How to rub on an old man and not throw up.
Sophomore - How to massage below the belt for an extra $50.
Junior - Using the mouth on clients.
Senior - The Art of Persuasion. How to Bang that client, who came in for a legitimate massage.
I'm sure paying for it is the only way you would ever get it.
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May 11, 2007
 
If you knew anything about the profession you would know that there is a big need for it. Apparently youve never been to europe. THere it is a hugh profession and it is incorporated into the mediacal field. Just shows how many idiots there are in the us
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Good luck getting a job. If you think you can make $70/hr for 40 hours a week, you're kidding yourself and the school you're going to has brainwashed you. They'll take your money and give you false expectations. Do you really think there's that big of a need for that profession? Everyone would be flocking towards it. You'll just be another Indiana foreclosure statistic.
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May 11, 2007
 
Aimee wrote:
If you knew anything about the profession you would know that there is a big need for it. Apparently youve never been to europe. THere it is a hugh profession and it is incorporated into the mediacal field. Just shows how many idiots there are in the us
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This isn't Europe. You're saying people are stupid enough over there to pay enough for a service your spouse should be doing anyway.

That's why people from all over the world come here. So where's the big need here?
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May 11, 2007
 
Many of you should consider using proper punctuation and grammar while attempting to illustrate your thoughts.

All schools differ and massage therapy is not any different. Some will be better than others but let Aimee, as well as others, improve her ability to get a job in Indiana. Although I believe every student should attend a traditional college if the opportunity exists, massage therapy will at minimum keep folks away from minimum wage employment.
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May 11, 2007
 
If you are beign serious some schools to that but i know that the school that i go to doesnt have the general public come in.
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Are they looking for volunteers at the "massage school" to be rubbed down by the folks in training?? This would enhance the students understanding of the profession and would provide some relaxation to the public.
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May 11, 2007
 
Very true. I went to a traditional college for 2 1/2 years and hated it. My school focuses directly on massage therapy so i can get the best education as possible.
Educated wrote:
Many of you should consider using proper punctuation and grammar while attempting to illustrate your thoughts.
All schools differ and massage therapy is not any different. Some will be better than others but let Aimee, as well as others, improve her ability to get a job in Indiana. Although I believe every student should attend a traditional college if the opportunity exists, massage therapy will at minimum keep folks away from minimum wage employment.

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