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Massage Careers with Elements Massage: How Elements Supports You

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Since its inception, the intention of the Elements Massage brand boiled down to one sentence: “Taking the best care of massage therapists so they can take the best care of clients.” Learn more about how Elements Massage supports the safety and well-being of massage therapists.

Massage is for EveryBody Week: July 18–24, 2021

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Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP) invites you to join us July 18–24, 2021, as we reconnect, take a collective deep breath, and celebrate that massage is for every body.

A Fascia Epiphany

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ABMP Senior Editor Karrie Osborn reflects on her fascination with fascia, born out of Jean-Claude Guimberteau's revolutionary photographs of living fascia in his book Architecture of Human Living Fascia.

Massage & Bodywork Articles: Don’t Miss These Essential Reads

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As life begins to take on phases of normalcy, it’s also picking up speed—plans to make, things to do, people to see. When you do have a few minutes to slow down, there are some really good reads from the last few issues of Massage & Bodywork that we don’t want you to miss.

Every Body Needs You

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When you’re ready to return to your passion, a Massage Envy franchised location is ready for you, with brand standards around comprehensive sanitizing and disinfecting, and enhanced safety measures and training.

What the CDC’s New Mask Recommendations Mean for Massage Therapists

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Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued some new guidance about mask usage among vaccinated people. In short, they said take ’em off—inside and outside, 6 feet apart and closer. But you may be wondering, what does this mean about masks in my session room?

How To Get Your Massage Practice Found On Google

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Now more than ever, it is critical to ensure your massage practice is being found on Google. The world has shifted online, and it’s important your business is able to be found! With 46% of all Google searches being for local businesses, consumers are looking to spend their money locally.

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