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The American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) offers resources to keep you and your massage clients current on the many health benefits of massage therapy.
These free articles and printable materials will help you market your massage practice and spread the word about the health benefits of massage.
25 Reasons to Get a Massage
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5 Sports Massage Benefits
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