Running for Research
Help Team MTF - Running for Research on their journey to the Boston Marathon taking place on April 17, 2017! This is the fifth consecutive year that we have participated in the John Hancock Non-Profit Marathon Program. We have four fantastic runners this year. Keep our team motivated with 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.
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In The News
The Massage Therapy Foundation (MTF) welcomes Adrienne F. Asta, BA, LMT and Jen Dexheimer, BS, LMT, and Nathan Nordstrom to the Board of Trustees. Asta and Dexheimer will be serving two-year terms and Nordstrom will be serving a one-year term. Adrienne Asta has been practicing massage since 2001 and holds certifications in neuromuscular therapy and
Massage Therapy Foundation Communication Programs Manager, Mandy Vukits, took some time to sit down with Jodi to find out why she applied to represent Team MTF in the 2017 Boston Marathon. I understand that you are an LMT. What led you on the path to becoming a massage therapist? This path began when my college
For Immediate Release Media contact: Mandy Vukits 847.905.1511 firstname.lastname@example.org For Immediate Release The Massage Therapy Foundation (MTF) Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the election of Douglas Nelson, LMT, BCTMB, CNMT as President-Elect. Nelson began his career in massage therapy in 1977 and currently maintains an active clinical practice. His specific interest in massage
Massage Therapy Foundation Communications Manager, Mandy Vukits took some time to chat with Vincent to find out why he applied to represent the MTF in the 2017 Boston Marathon. I understand that you have your PhD and are an LMT. What led you on the path to becoming a massage therapist? I have always wanted