New Spring 2018 Issue of Body Sense Available Now

The newest issue of ABMP’s award-winning magazine Body Sense is available for members to share with clients. The client-education publication is designed to educate consumers on the lasting benefits of frequent massage and bodywork and the value of good stress management.

The issue, available at www.bodysensemagazinedigital.com, includes the following features:

The Power of Imagery”: Fully participating in the therapeutic experience can change your healing outcome.

Comfort Touch”: This gentle, comforting form of acupressure is appropriate for people of all ages, including infants and children, pregnant women, and the elderly.

Wrist Relief”: Try these simple Active Isolated Stretches to relieve aches and pains in your wrists.

It’s Simply a Bad Idea”: Despite warnings, tanning bed use continues to persist. Read about why climbing into a tanning bed can have dire consequences.

Already an ABMP member? You can easily add Body Sense magazine to your website!

1. Log in to the Members section of ABMP.com and choose "Website Builder" from the left sidebar under "Quick Links."

2. Click on "Manage Pages."

3. From the menu that says "New/Blank Page" select the "Body Sense magazine" page and click the "Add Page" button.

4. Then click the "Save Changes" button to publish.

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