Build a Website for Your Massage Services with ABMP's Website Builder

ABMP's Website Builder

Reach new clients with our easy-to-use, free member websites!

“I was helping a friend build her website on AMTA … holy moly. ABMP's website builder is light years ahead of AMTA's system and offers so much more for free. THANK YOU!”
Jacque, ABMP member

ABMP's Website Builder gives you the ability to get started quickly and easily, and you can get your practice online in about an hour with:

  • 30 beautifully designed massage therapy website templates—choose one with a simple click!
  • Pre-written content that you can use or edit—include a page about the benefits of massage, show your schedule, and more.
  • Mobile-friendly designs that work on phones and tablets with no extra work required.

Want more flexibility? Customize your website to create a look and feel that is perfect for your practice, with:

  • Color options that bring the number of available templates up to almost 100!
  • Unlimited pages and free hosting that let you add the information your clients need most.
  • The ability to incorporate online scheduling, social media sharing buttons, and other advanced options.
“The free website that comes with the membership is awesome. I love that it's easy to customize and my clients love that it's user friendly.”
Tammy, ABMP member
“I love the website builder and all the professional tools you have online to help those who may not have had a clue where to start in those areas.”
Heather, ABMP member

News

Iowa Adopts Mandatory Reporter Training

The Iowa Board of Massage Therapy adopted new rules that require massage therapists who treat children and dependent adults to complete mandatory reporter training.

Oklahoma Adopts Emergency New Rules Affecting Criminal History

The Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology and Barbering has adopted rules that identify a list of crimes that will disqualify a person from being licensed as a massage therapist. The crime(s) or criminal charge(s) has to be largely related to the practice of massage therapy and pose a sufficient threat to public safety, health, or welfare. The rules became effective January 16, 2023.

Washington Introduces Massage Compact Bill

The Washington legislature introduced House Bill 1437, the Massage Compact, in January 2023. The bill will make it easier for licensed massage therapists to work in other jurisdictions. If you believe an interstate license would benefit massage therapists, write a letter to your representatives.

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