In recent years, the wellness industry has been growing more rapidly than ever. At the same time, the focus of spas has shifted from beauty to overall transformative well-being, creating a new set of tendencies that will be driving the spa world in 2019.
Natural product manufacturer Body Bliss has been recognized as the Favorite Indie Beauty Brand in the American Spa Professional's Choice Awards for the second year in a row.
Hutchinson Consulting, an executive search and recruiting firm for the hospitality industry, announced the launch of a new division, Spa Pro Connect, created to further support client needs by sourcing top massage therapists for placement in the finest destination, resort, and hotel spas in the country.
Leslie Young is representing ABMP at the Fascia Research Congress (FRC) in Berlin, where we’re showing Massage & Bodywork magazine to the world!
ABMP has recently learned of additional incidents concerning massage sheets combusting and catching fire, and would like to remind our members of this risk.
Green Spa Network recently announced its newest membership category, Vital People, dedicated to individual wellness practitioners, students, and consumers who want to grow their connection between self-care and earth-care.
In the new episode of the Massage Business Blueprint podcast, Allissa Haines and Michael Reynolds discuss the crucial difference that makes some insurance policies better (or worse) than others. (Hint: ABMP’s insurance is the good kind.)
Green Spa Network (GSN), a nonprofit trade association supporting sustainability in the spa and wellness industry, has just launched a new podcast, “Vital Stories,” featuring ideas and stories from environmental leaders and industry experts whose insights can help inspire us to take steps in our lives and businesses to protect our planet and the people on it.
Folio recently announced the winners of the 2018 Folio Eddie and Ozzie Awards at the Folio: Show in New York. The March/April 2018 issue of Massage & Bodywork magazine took home the award for Best Full Issue (Association).
The world wellness market grew 12.8% in just the last two years: from a $3.7 trillion industry in 2015 to $4.2 trillion in 2017.