This selection of massage news articles will help you keep on top of what’s happening in the massage therapy industry.
Lynda Solien-Wolfe, LMT, was a cheerleader for the massage industry since earning her license in 1993.
At Be Well Madison, a community wellness clinic, massage therapy is not just a luxury reserved for those with extra disposable income. Massage is also being used as a tool to change the lives of low-income older adults living with chronic pain, largely thanks to community center outreach and a two-years-in-a-row Community Service Grant award from the Massage Therapy Foundation (MTF).
Massage Makes Me Happy & Healthy Day, held annually March 20, gives massage therapists tools and information to help them support the public in understanding the benefits of massage—and also learn more, themselves, about massage’s effect on human physiology.
Current U.S. state legislative sessions have seen the introduction of many bills that, if signed into laws, could affect massage therapists.
It is important to consider how massage research can be based on and ideally reflect massage practice. Where, for example, is the best place for massage research to be done? The logical response is: in the massage therapy practice.
This selection of massage news articles will help you keep on top of what’s happening in the massage therapy industry
People with visual impairments are a natural fit for massage therapy, and a California health care college is partnering with a specialist apprenticeship organization to help match jobs for the blind and visually impaired with students.
With 2022 in the rearview mirror, we can appreciate the spa trends that will make it into the new year while saying farewell to the fads.
Massage Therapist Appreciation Week shows gratitude and support for the many thousands of massage therapists who show up to help make the world better by facilitating pain relief, relaxation and so much more.