Warning: If you do not have a sense of humor, STOP READING this Thai Massage article right now!! You have been warned! Read at your own risk.
Recently I checked out the website of a major US Thai Massage association (I won’t name them here) to find out what it takes to publish an article on their site.
I enjoy writing articles about Thai Massage and have written over a hundred of them in the last 15 years or so.
I publish them on three of my own healing arts websites. They also have been republished by hundreds of other websites.
After practicing and teaching Thai Massage in Thailand and other countries for 16 years and running a large online Thai Massage training school, I have lots of interesting topics to share.
Western massage associations and their rules
But back to the website of the Thai Massage association. Their rules state that the article cannot appear anywhere else and that they have the rights to the article.
I have to submit proof who I have studied Thai Massage with, plus I have to submit evidence that I had a certain amount of study and practice hours, and at least one of my massage teachers has to be approved by them as a qualified teacher by their standards.
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