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ABMP School Members Receive Special Benefit with COMTA-Endorsed Curriculum Program

ABMP and the Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation (COMTA) kicked off an exclusive partnership at the 2018 ABMP School Forum, where COMTA Chair Cliff Korn and Executive Director Dawn Hogue awarded a COMTA-Endorsed Curriculum Program scholarship to ABMP Premier School Santa Barbara Body Therapy Institute (SBBTI).

Can MTs write off gift certificates as a charitable donation?

Massage therapists often have questions about what they can and can’t write off when it comes to charitable donations. In this video blog, Allissa Haines of Massage Business Blueprint and Kelly Bowers, a massage therapist, writer, and speaker, discuss the options available to MTs.

What is your path? Take this value assessment quiz!

The career options and opportunities for massage therapists are endless: you can set up shop and work for yourself, work in a hospital or other medical setting, work with sports teams or athletes, work as an employee in a spa or franchise—the list goes on.

Getting the Most from In-Person Continuing Education Courses

I have a love/hate relationship with in-person massage continuing education, born of my three-fold experience with CE. Over the years I’ve learned why people have both horrible and fantastic education experiences (often in the same class). Here are my tips for making sure you get the best experience possible.

August’s Top 5 ABMP Webinars

ABMP members, we have compiled August’s top 5 webinars so that you can learn popular subject matter at your convenience! These videos provide hands-on massage techniques that you can immediately apply to your practice.

5 Ways To Fight Fatigue And Energize Your Life

Feeling tired is a common complaint people express. Sometimes the self-description morphs into “I feel tired all the time,” and experts say that’s when extreme tiredness becomes better known as fatigue. 

Heeding Your Inner Healer

The body has its own intelligence and language—a sensate, visceral, and intuitive language.

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