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

Oregon Proposes External Pelvic Floor Massage Rules

The Oregon State Board of Massage Therapists proposed new massage therapy rules that would allow licensees to perform external pelvic floor massage. Submit your comments in support of, or opposition to, the rules before October 31, 2022.

Maryland Implicit Bias Training Resources

Maryland massage therapists must complete implicit bias training by October 31, 2022, to fulfill their continuing education requirements. View a list of approved training resources.

Blog

Keeping Massage Fresh for Longtime Clients

As much as we want massage therapy to be a routine, we also want it to be an intentional choice every visit because of the client’s love of the service and our care to always meet the client’s (changing) needs.

Blood, Lymph Get Pumped Thanks to Massage

Massage therapy has become a wildly expansive net that has caught, and continues to catch, a slew of methods of bodywork. You can be an authority in all sorts of approaches, spanning from myofascial release to trigger point therapy to cupping to manual lymphatic drainage. And that’s a good thing! 

Benefits

2022 ABMP CE Summit Course—MLD: Basic Techniques for the Neck and Face

Gain an understanding of manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) movements and the location of important lymphatic structures as you watch Nicola McGill’s dynamic demonstration of three MLD techniques and MLD sequences for the neck and face. Learn about this important modality that, when provided effectively, can support and enhance the movement of lymph fluid through the lymphatic vessels and eventually back to the cardiovascular system.

2022 ABMP CE Summit Course—Introduction to Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) is a gentle, rhythmic form of bodywork that enhances and supports the movement of fluid through the lymphatic system to support health and well-being. Developed by Danish therapists Emil and Estrid Vodder in the 1930s, MLD is now practiced extensively by health and wellness practitioners and is used within the medical community to treat lymphedema and post-surgical and post-traumatic edema. Join Nicola McGill in this engaging course to learn the benefits, indications, and mechanics of this gentle, effective modality.

2022 ABMP CE Summit Course—Lymphatic System: An Essential Guide to an Underrated System

Join us for a fascinating look at the underrated lymphatic system, with special emphasis on its structures and functions. Learn the vital role each of the system’s components plays, including lymphangions, nodes, trunks, ducts, and the glorious cisterna chyli. We’ll also look at various lymphatic-related pathologies, including lymphangitis, lymphoma, cardiovascular and traumatic edema, and lymphedema.

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