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Julie Onofrio
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publisher of www.massageseattle.net, www.massageschoolnotes.com, www.massagepracticebuilder.com,
publisher of www.massageseattle.net, www.massageschoolnotes.com, www.massagepracticebuilder.com,

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I have been a massage therapist for over 28 years. I don't think I would have made it without having residual income to help when things were slow or I was dealing with health issues. Right now the massage profession is going through so many changes, it is important to have supplemental income that does not depend on you giving a massage every day/week. Here is how I did it:

http://www.massagepracticebuilder.com/about-sbi/

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Why is the US so far behind WA State in getting massage therapy to be a recognized and respected part of healthcare?
Here's why:

http://www.massagepracticebuilder.com/healthcare-integration-for-massage/

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Does your Website work? If it doesn't get you most all of your clients, you most likely need something different.

http://www.massagepracticebuilder.com/massage-websites/

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Free 47 page Ebook - How to Get your Website to the top of Google: Sign Up: http://eepurl.com/Jq0VT

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Ever thought about creating residual income to supplement your income? What are you an expert at? A hobby or interest? A specialist in back pain, text neck, headaches, fibromyalgia?

Turn your knowledge and interests into a web business.

Here is how I did it: http://www.massagepracticebuilder.com/about-sbi/

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One of my personal passions is working to get massage more accepted as healthcare and accepted by insurance. We need more people working on that. It won't be easy. It won't be fun. But it is important. Yes we need to get them to pay us and pay us a living wage.
I challenge you to just take one case before the end of the year. You can usually bill for car accidents and work related injuries. More health insurance is paying. (You will have to do the work to find out who is paying or not.)
Will you take the leap?
Start with my book and closed/private Facebook group to get your questions answered.

http://www.massagepracticebuilder.com/massage-insurance-billing/
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