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How to Be Wrong

How to Be Wrong

Corey Rivera | Nov 16, 2021

Massage uses ostriching as a default response to being wrong. A profession that wants to be taken seriously as healthcare should not act this way. So why do we? Healwell's Education Coordinator, Corey Rivera, has some ideas.

Don’t Let Your COVID Guard Down

Don’t Let Your COVID Guard Down

Cal Cates | Nov 8, 2021

In this edition of their column for Massage & Bodywork Magazine, Cal warns, "If you’re feeling bored or finding yourself rolling your eyes at “yet another COVID story,” snap out of it. COVID is very much alive, and it is still very much our responsibility as people who care for people to... care for people."

Seeing Past Our Hands

Seeing Past Our Hands

Cal Cates | Sep 7, 2021

In this column for Massage & Bodywork Magazine, Cal explores measuring the value of the practitioner, not the modality.

Harmful Stories

Harmful Stories

Cal Cates | Jul 2, 2021

Cal's column for Massage & Bodywork Magazine tackles the stories we tell about health and explores how to dismantle our assumptions.

Resources: The Worst Things (Part 2)

Resources: The Worst Things (Part 2)

Healwell | Apr 16, 2021

Follow-up to "The Worst Things (Part 2)." Resources and recommendations to combat the silo-ing and imagined hierarchy within the massage therapy profession.