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Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 21, 2007 — Atlanta’s leading massage therapy and skin care school, Atlanta School of Massage announced today the launch of their massage and skin care blog. In keeping with their tradition of “firsts” and innovations, they have created one of the first blogs to focus on the massage and skin care industry. According to Atlanta School of Massage president, Leticia Allen, “Our intention is to share the knowledge and wisdom gained over our 26-plus years as an industry leader in the massage and skin care community and in turn encourage discussion and input from the many other people in the massage and skin care industry that have so much to offer.”
The school aims to make the blog both fun and informative and welcomes everyone to join in the conversation at blog.atlantaschoolofmassage.com. Their expert panel of bloggers includes president of Atlanta School of Massage, Leticia Allen, 2007 American Massage Therapy Association Jerome Perlinski Teacher of the Year recipient, Laurie Craig, lead massage instructor, Lovelace Linares, director of aesthetics at Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics, Abigail Meadows, and Atlanta School of Massage graduate and practicing massage therapist, Melinda Eubank. In addition, there will be many interesting guest bloggers participating in the blog on a regular basis.
Current blog categories include business experience, expert opinions, sciences, skin care, massage therapy, and current students. Interested parties are encouraged to participate in the conversation. Visit the site, read the posts and add comments. New ideas are always welcome.