Jeremy E. Miller, LMT (Ill.), BCTMB, MSHAPI

Jeremy E. Miller, LMT (Ill.), BCTMB, MSHAPI received his initial Massage Therapy training from the Baltimore School of Massage, and his B.S. in Biology from Shepherd College, completing both in 1997. Twenty years later, he went back to school and earned an M.S. in Human Anatomy and Physiology Instruction from New York Chiropractic College. An enthusiastic and passionate instructor, he has taught Anatomy and Physiology, Pathology, Professional Ethics, and Massage Technique classes for some of the most respected massage schools in the nation. He is certified in Orthopedic Massage, Pre- and Post-natal Massage, Board Certified for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, and a Licensed Massage Therapist in Ill.


Let Your Boundaries Set You Free: Re-examining Boundaries as both Ethics and Self-Care
Many massage therapists briefly learn about boundaries in massage school as a list of do’s and don’t’s—lines that practitioners should not cross. But what if intentionally setting or resetting boundaries in our work could help us be happier, more effective practitioners for our clients? In this session, attendees explore common ethical boundary issues for massage therapists, the implications of having (or not having) healthy boundaries, and how healthy boundaries help practitioners avoid burnout and reconnect with we love about the profession.