How to Improve Air Quality in the Treatment Room, published by Massage Magazine

How to Improve Air Quality in the Treatment Room, published by Massage Magazine

Air quality is an increasing concern for massage therapists given they often work in small, poorly ventilated treatment rooms.  The CDC and other government sites are now acknowledging that COVID-19 can aerosol and linger in the air for longer periods of time, even after an infected individual has left the room.  

Please click HERE to view Massage Magazines publication of CE Institute LLC founder Selena Belisle's article regarding how you can improve your air quality in massage treatment room if you must practice massage therapy, spa sessions or bodywork during times of COVID-19.

 

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