About MASSAGE Magazine
MASSAGE Magazine supports massage therapists and students with the information and products you need to succeed over the lifetime of your career.
Established in 1985, MASSAGE Magazine has been in publication longer than any other massage magazine and is the preferred trade publication for massage therapists. MASSAGE Magazine publishes articles on technique, business, news, self-care, research and more. From the classroom to the session room, our focus is on helping you reach clients with your healing touch, and in supporting your satisfying and long-lasting practice.
Our staff is dedicated to the success of today’s massage practitioners, bodyworkers and partners—such as schools, continuing education providers, employers, and businesses that offer products and services—all of whom are also making this a healthier world, one massage session at a time.
MASSAGE Magazine’s free guide to studying for the MBLEx is intended to help you become licensed. Our comprehensive liability insurance will protect you, both as a student and practicing therapist. Our online continuing education classes will assist you in meeting regulatory requirements.
The award-winning monthly MASSAGE Magazine has been in print publication since 1985, and features advice from top educators, in depth information about hands-on techniques, marketing guidance, scientific research, self-care lessons and more. Our weekly free e-newsletters keep you up to date with industry news.
MASSAGE Magazine‘s popular social networks, including our Twitter feed, and Facebook page and group, offer therapists networking opportunities—and our website is updated daily to reflect the diverse needs of your profession.
Meet some of the MASSAGE Magazine staff members dedicated to your success:
Karen Menehan is MASSAGE Magazine‘s editor in chief. Karen oversees all print and digital editorial content, writes news and feature articles, and networks with the profession’s leaders. She holds a bachelor’s degree in government/journalism from California State University–Sacramento, and has edited and written for several national and regional publications. Karen is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Copy Editors Society. Click here to send Karen an email.
Hannah Young is the Brand Manager for Massage Magazine Insurance Plus, otherwise known as MMIP. She graduated from Florida State University with a degree in Editing, Writing and Media and has over 7 years of experience in all things marketing. When she’s not managing MMIP, you can find her at the beach, on the volleyball court or in the kitchen testing new recipes. Click here to send Hannah an email.
Tabitha Boan is a National Account Executive at Massage Magazine and Chiropractic Economics. She is an accomplished Licensed Massage Therapist with a Bachelors degree in Nutrition; she previously owned and operated her own Massage Therapy business and worked for a Doctor of Chiropractic. She has spent years studying marketing strategies that appeal to LMTs and DCs. Her unique perspective and strong passion for the industry position her as an expert market strategist for Health & Wellness businesses. Click Here to send Tabitha an email.