There are many ways to make a difference by supporting MTF
Boston Marathon and the John Hancock Marathon Non-Profit Program
The Boston Marathon is the world’s oldest annual marathon and running it is a major “bucket list” item for serious distance runners throughout the world. The John Hancock Marathon Non-Profit Program provides a way for runners who might not otherwise qualify to run this marathon to participate. John Hancock has been the principal sponsor of the Boston Marathon for over 30 years and since 2012 the Massage Therapy Foundation has been grateful for the opportunity to participate in their charity program and invite runners to run and fundraise on our behalf.
Gentle Yoga with Kim Nimmo
Next date TBD! Relax and recharge in this hour-long gentle and nurturing online yoga and meditation class with certified yoga instructor and MTF Board member, Kim Nimmo, while at the same time lending support to the Massage Therapy Foundation.
Join us for a soothing yoga practice focused on calming the body and mind through gentle stretching, yoga poses, guided breathing techniques, and guided meditation. We hope to see you there!
Pep Rally Fundraiser at 2022 AMTA National Convention
Pep Rally at AMTA Convention in Cleveland took place Friday, August 26, 2022. This in-person, tailgating-themed event centered around support for MTF and invited participants to learn more about the work we do and the people who support us.
All funds raised support MTF’s research, education, and community service initiatives.
Doing Well By Doing Good
Engage the clients who visit your practice by becoming a part of our Doing Well by Doing Good campaign. Through this campaign, a business pledges the proceeds from one massage per month to MTF, providing the chosen client with a certificate of thanks. Each participating business will receive a table tent and decal to put up in its practice. Show off your support for massage therapy research!
Do you have an idea for an event or a promotion? Let us know!
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