End of Year Giving
Join us in Advancing the Practice of Massage Therapy. Your donation makes a difference in the number of research and community service grants we can award annually. In addition, it provides educational opportunities for YOU and others in the field. Please consider being our Holiday Hero by making a donation today.
The Massage Therapy Foundation, Samueli Institute, and the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) have partnered on a collaborative project for a meta-analysis of massage therapy for pain. The results of this collaboration were published in a three part series in a peer-reviewed journal.
Join the Massage Matters Research Team by donating a modest amount to the Massage Therapy Foundation on a monthly basis. Make a personal investment in the future of your profession and your practice by making massage research matter.
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Running for Research
Help Team MTF - Running for Research on their journey to the Boston Marathon taking place on April 17, 2017! It is never too early to donate to the team. Stay tuned for the announcement of our four runners in the next few weeks.
2017 Granting and Contest Cycle is Now Open
Get started early on the application process.
Research Grant – March 1, 2017
Community Service Grant – April 3, 2017
Student Case Report Contest – June 1, 2017
At this time of the year,
we like to express our sincere thanks to all of our donors and volunteers.
In The News
Media contact: Mandy Vukits Communications Manager 847-905-1511 email@example.com Massage Therapy Foundation President Jerrilyn Cambron, LMT, DC, MPH, PhD announced Jean Shea from BIOTONE as the Massage Therapy Foundation John Balletto Distinguished Service Award recipient during the 2016 American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) convention held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Shea was recognized for her service to
Listen in as we discuss “Comparing the Effects of Rest and Massage on Return to Homeostasis Following Submaximal Aerobic Exercise: a Case Study.” Dr. Jerrilyn Cambron and Ruth Werner walk us through the implications, how it can grow our practices, and how it can help us serve our clients better. Review what you have
Media Contact: Mandy Vukits, Communications Manager firstname.lastname@example.org 847-905-1511 The Massage Therapy Foundation is pleased to announce that our Distinguished Service Award will now be called the John Balletto Distinguished Service Award. John Balletto, LMT, BSc, CKTP is a licensed massage therapist, author, educator, researcher, and certified KinesioTaping® Practitioner in a private practice in Providence, Rhode
CONTACT: Jane Steger 216-731-1280 email@example.com Akron, Ohio – November 17, 2016 – Glenath Moyle was presented the 2016 Performance Health / Massage Therapy Foundation Humanitarian Award at the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) National Convention held in Milwaukee, WI last month. Performance Health, manufacturer and marketer of Biofreeze®, Bon Vital’®, Thera°Pearl®, Prossage®, TheraBand™ and Cramer®