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On this episode of The Truth about Massage Therapy Podcast, Krzys interview Earle Abrahamson
BHP025 – Working at big events aka Massage therapy at Olympics.
Earle Abrahamson is the Chair of the Massage Training Institution (MTI), elected member of the massage therapy PSB on the CNHC, Vice-chair of the GCMT, and director at Hands-on Training, a specialist massage training school in North London. Together with Jane Langston he authored Making Sense of Learning Human Anatomy and Physiology (Lotus Publishing) and runs an anatomy company called LearnAnatomy Ltd. He holds the role of senior lecturer in Sports Therapy at the University of East London. He was part of the medical team for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, and London 2017 Athletics. Earle has received several awards for his teaching and clinical work.
Senior Lecturer in Sports Therapy
Director at Hands-on Training (www.hands-on-training.co.uk)
Director at LearnAnatomy (www.LearnAnatomy.uk)
Chair of the Massage Training Institute
Vice Chair General Council for Massage Therapies
Elected member to CNHC PSB
Co-Chair ISSoTL MNTF Group
Doing things better vs doing better things
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