What does it mean to be a massage therapist?

The word massage can be used to describe a lot of different things, from cleaning and disinfecting the bathroom to providing medical care.

There are a lot more specific meanings than this though, and you might think that the massage therapist would be more familiar with the more general definitions.

But the more I think about it, the more the meaning of the word is just a matter of interpretation.

As a massage therapy professional, you may have come across the term a few times in the media and in your clinical experience, but it’s not a term you need to be afraid of.

It’s a word that has been used in a way that’s respectful and safe for people who may have experienced trauma, but not so safe for someone who’s just recently been through it.

For this reason, there’s a whole range of different ways you can apply it to yourself.

What does the word mean to you?

There are some very simple definitions, like a massage practitioner is someone who does a lot in-person or online, or someone who has experience working with children, pregnant women, and older adults.

And for most people, they’re referring to someone who specializes in massage therapy.

In fact, the most common word used to mean this is ‘massage therapist’, and I’ll be using that term to mean massage therapist in this article.

But, as you can see, there are many more definitions that apply to massage therapists, and some of them might not apply to everyone.

This article will focus on the meaning and context of massage as it applies to us.

For now, let’s start with the definitions.

A massage therapist is someone working with people who have experienced, or who may be in the future, trauma.

And since this is a clinical field, we have to be mindful of the words used in these situations.

When talking about massage therapy, we can often use the word ‘massages’ as a shorthand for a massage, as in ‘massaging someone’.

However, there can be a range of meanings to this word, and in the context of the article I’m going to use it for the word massage therapist.

If you are working with someone who is experiencing a mental health or addiction issue, you might be using the term ‘massaged’ or ‘massacred’, which refers to someone that has done a massage.

A massaged therapist is an experienced massage therapist who has done an appropriate amount of massage and is not a novice.

It may be that you have done some type of massage or have done a lot, but you haven’t been taught enough.

Or you may just want to be able to work with people for a little while, to learn the techniques.

Some people might say that the definition of a massage is someone that’s not familiar with it, but I’d argue that’s the wrong definition.

What is a massage?

In the past, a massage was a treatment where the therapist was performing the massage for a patient.

In the modern era, it’s usually a treatment that involves a patient, who is also a massage recipient, but for a different reason.

The massage practitioner has a very specific role in massage and can have different levels of experience, so it’s important to talk about the differences between these two groups.

Massages may be done in a single session or a group of people, but they usually involve some type or another of treatment, and they can also be done for a short time or in a group.

The way that a massage can work can vary from one person to the next.

Massage is a therapeutic process, and it’s all about understanding the individual needs and strengths of a patient and helping them to achieve a goal.

A good massage therapist will know their clients well, but also understand what is happening in the mind of a person.

For example, if a patient is having problems relating to their partner or friends, the massage practitioner might not be able understand the feelings or needs of a specific partner or friend.

It might be better for the therapist to speak to the patient and ask questions, rather than relying on the patient to provide the answers.

What’s the difference between massage and massage therapy?

In many cases, massage and other therapeutic massage techniques are not the same thing.

A therapist might use a massaging technique to try and help the patient with some specific problem, but that doesn’t mean that the therapist is performing a therapy.

A more accurate term to describe massage is a ‘therapeutic massage’.

Therapeutic massages involve a therapeutic approach that is based on understanding and learning the needs of the client, and can also involve the use of a physical touch.

Therapeutics are the areas of a body that the body can control and manipulate, but the therapist can’t control them.

If a patient’s needs are being met through physical stimulation, massage therapy is the type of therapeutic massage that the patient can use.

This type of therapy can also help a patient with chronic pain and anxiety, as well as people with eating disorders and eating disorders