ABMP members have recently shared more instances of receiving unsolicited "offers" from various web hosting companies that appear as invoices. This confusing “offer” is simply a ploy, and members should ignore these invoices.
GSN Planet (GSN) announced recent board appointments to the Board of Directors who are dedicated to leading the spa and wellness industry’s growth in the new green economy, helping to incorporate sustainable and regenerative business practices for the betterment of the planet.
ISPA will host an open webinar on July 28 to release the highlights of the 2021 installment of their annual U.S. Spa Industry Study.
A new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association demonstrates the strongest evidence to date that a breathing workout known as high‐resistance inspiratory muscle strength training (IMST) can help lower blood pressure and improve cardiovascular health in adults.
Icing is one of the most common treatments for acute muscle injuries. However, previous studies on rodents have demonstrated detrimental effects of icing on muscle regeneration following injury.
ABMP comments on the recently published USA Today article on illicit massage schools in Minnesota.
According to Mindbody’s 2021 Wellness Index, the industry’s official trend forecast based on consumer behaviors, men are more likely than women to book services for facials, body hair removal, Botox or similar fillers, full-body skin treatments, and even permanent makeup or eyebrow tinting/microblading.
Elements Massage is hosting a “Summer Celebration” to recognize and honor the studios’ massage therapists and team members. In total the brand will be giving away $25,000 worth of cash and prizes.
A new survey set out to examine participants’ attitudes and views toward cannabis-based medicine (CBM) and its potential role for pain management.
The National Conference for Reflexology & Bodywork Practitioners has been rescheduled for scheduled for October 1–3, 2021, at the Maritime Conference Center in Baltimore, Maryland. Registration is $425 at www.nationalreflexologyconference.com, and you can view the flyer here. There are virtual attendance options as well.