ABMP's Massage Magazine: Massage & Bodywork

Massage and Bodywork Magazine CoverMassage & Bodywork magazine is a bimonthly journal for a national audience of massage, bodywork, and somatic professionals. Each issue of our award-winning massage magazine (included as part of ABMP membership, which also includes professional liability insurance) offers in-depth articles on subjects important to the practicing professional and the layperson. The latest research, historical perspectives, massage techniques, business information, professional trends, and a variety of regularly featured columns keep Massage & Bodywork readers in touch with their work, their clients, and their health.

ABMP members receive the print version of Massage & Bodywork six times per year, and the digital edition is available online at www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com.

Here’s what Massage & Bodywork readers say:

  • Massage & Bodywork is an invaluable tool for me on many aspects of our profession.”
  • “I find the articles very enlightening and conducive to the continuation of my education.”
  • “Thank you so much for a professional and informative magazine for massage therapists.”

Read the current Massage & Bodywork issue.

Visit the Massage & Bodywork digital archive to access even more insider information and industry updates for professional massage therapists.

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News

New Massage Board Created in Alabama

On May 15, 2024, Governor Kay Ivey signed into law Senate Bill 137, terminating the Alabama Board of Massage Therapy and its functions to create the new Alabama Massage Therapy Licensing Board. Learn key takeaways from the bill and how its passage may affect you.

Tennessee Regulatory Update

Tennessee massage therapy education requirements increased from 500 hours to 650. ABMP would like to share an update to explain how that change came about and give some overdue credit to those who made it happen.

Alabama Board in Jeopardy of Dissolution

Without your support, the Alabama massage therapy profession is in danger of losing its regulatory board, which could result in inconsistent regulation or none at all. Call Governor Kay Ivey to encourage the passage of Senate Bill 137 to protect massage regulation.

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