This blog-post is the 100th I’ve written on Massage and Wellness. I’d like to take the opportunity to thank all my readers and let you know that I greatly appreciate the feed-back I’ve received over time. Especially the comments on my posts are a great source for inspiration and has allowed me to know what concerns you as readers.
I wrote the first post nearly two years ago, taking about Massage and Communication, followed by descriptions of Massage Créatif. I now have between 30 and 60 unique visitors a day, who actually read the articles they visit. The majority of my readers are from USA, followed by UK, Canada and France. They come from all over the world, even places I wouldn’t have expected, such as Kenya, Iran and Vietnam.
My most popular blog-post is Massage and Nudity, which is also the post with the most comments and discussions. Other popular reads are Wry Neck (torticollis), Décor and Room in my Massage Environment articles, descriptions of Massage Types as Reflex Zone Therapy and Californian Massage, as well as some of the Taboo topics such as Massage and Overweight.
It’s been a fascinating journey to put my knowledge and experience into words and share it with you readers. It has forced me to sit down and really define what it is I know, check up on intuitive knowledge and study reasons and backgrounds to what I know is right, but couldn’t prove. At times it’s a challenge to come up with new topics to discuss and write about, but most often it just feels like my fingers move on their own and the article creates itself.
There is so much to talk about and share when it comes to Massage and Wellness. Several future articles are already planned, covering especially The Massage, Therapist and Client and Taboos.
As I learn new techniques and information, the range of topics expand. How can I not share my latest passion with you, such as I did with the LaStone after my first course.
I can’t stress enough how important your feed-back and comments are for the block. I’m writing for you, to give you the information you’re looking for on the web in relation to Wellness and Massage. So please ask your questions and bring your suggestions so I can cover the topics that you seek information about.
It is my hope that you also in the future will find my blog interesting and useful. If not, please don’t hesitate to let me know, I can’t bore you too much, I do aim to help you find Wellness.
Keep up the good work Pia! It's a pleasure to read your entries. You cover more ground on the subject than most sources on the web. Cheers!
Thank you MasterBaker.