Massage therapy is all about connecting, whether it's connecting
with yourself as a caregiver, your clients, or connecting with new
ideas and discoveries in the healing arts and sciences.
That's why the Internet is such a great boon to today's massage
therapists. You can learn new tips, expand your
understanding, and even connect with other massage therapists
around the world, simply by clicking a mouse.
Here are some great places to start getting connected:
MassageNet is an online research network for
massage therapists offering news, resources, and research from
practicing massage therapists.
Massage Therapy Foundation
This foundation provides education,
research and community service opportunities for massage
Massage Therapy Assocation
The American Massage Therapy
Association offers news, a journal, continuing education credits,
job postings and other resources for massage therapists.
Bodywork and Massage Professionals
The Associated Bodywork and Massage
Professionals provides a host of online resources such as videos,
articles, event calendars and more.
Therapy - A Public Education Site
Here is a good public education site
about massage therapy by ABMP where you can learn more
about careers in massage, massage schools, massage state
regulations. You can also find a massage
Journal of Massage and Bodywork
The International Journal of
Massage and Bodywork is the only peer-reviewed, PubMed-indexed
journal of its kind.
Most of the above organizations also have LinkedIn and Facebook
pages. Whether you're a person who loves receiving massage (like
me), or a practitioner, student or even just someone who's
exploring a career in massage therapy, why not get connected?
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