Mixing Modalities: Combining Therapies to Get the Most Out of Every Treatment
Oct 07

Mixing Modalities: Combining Therapies to Get the Most Out...

Join AIA and Richard Maher at IECSC in Ft. Lauderdale on Monday, October 7, 2019!

 

Join AIA and Richard Maher at IECSC in Ft. Lauderdale on Monday, October 7, 2019!

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  • With so many treatments available in an ever-evolving industry, today’s spa professional has a substantial array of available options. The time and money invested in every new service begs the question, “Are all your tools being used to their greatest potential?" Intelligently combining treatments for your clientele will create benefits greater than each individually could achieve. This class will challenge the current model of individual add-ons and will explore how to marry modalities in unique ways to breathe new life into your menu of services and set your practice apart.


    Meet the Educator - Richard Maher


    Richard Maher is the Communications Director and National Educator for Lightstim

    Richard Edward Maher is an oncology-trained aesthetician and massage therapist based in Orange County, California. With over a decade of expertise in wellness, beauty, and education, Maher acts as the communications director and national educator for LightStim, assisting in the formation of their advanced LED light therapy curriculum and supplementary programs. Maher is propelled by a passion for creative, solution-based services that offer a holistic approach and is a strong advocate for dual licensure and continuing education.


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  • Category
    Classes
  • Date & Time
    Oct 07 2019 at 01:30 PM - Oct 07 2019 at 02:45 PM America/New_York
  • Location & full address
    Broward County Convention Center Ft. Lauderdale FL
  • Event Admins
    AIA

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