It’s part of my position as ABMP vice president of communication to connect with members in times of need and find ways ABMP can help them recover. I find that in times of natural disasters, many individuals think their ABMP membership includes this kind of business contents coverage—and it doesn’t.
Social media can be a daunting task. What should you post? Who do you tag? Should you include hashtags? In this quick reference, ThriveHive shows what to include in social media posts to help you engage users and generate leads on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest.
“Our Editorial Board thinks that Massage & Bodywork continues to be the most valuable and scientifically grounded massage publication in the United States.”—Editorial Board of Journal of Massage Science
Journal of Bodywork & Movement Therapies offers ABMP members a discounted rate of $85 for an individual subscription, regularly priced at $134.
The California Senate Business, Professions, and Economic Development Committee held an informational hearing on April 30, 2018. The hearing primarily addressed local government regulation, the school approval process, and human trafficking.
California AB3061, regarding a massage establishment registry, is up for a vote this week in the California Assembly. ABMP opposes this bill, as it remains vague and requires registry with counties.
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