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- Massage Music
- Massage Techniques for Lovers
- Massage Therapy School
- Semitic etymology of "massage"
- International Massage Therapist Directory
Massage therapist organizations
- The Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP) an international, for-profit, organization of professional massage therapists and bodyworkers.
- The International Natural Therapists Association (INTA) is a non-profit international association of massage therapists and other natural therapists.
- Association of Massage Therapists ltd
- Association of Remedial Masseurs
- Australian Natural Therapists Association
- Australian Traditional-Medicine Society
- Massage Australia
- The Association of Massage Therapists and Holistic Practitioners is a national non-profit organization for people who provide massage therapy in Canada. Its members are massage therapists and other touch therapists throughout Canada, though their membership is primarily in Alberta.
- The ACAM American-Canadian Association of Massagetherapists (en) or Association Can-American des Massothérapeutes (fr) is a national not-for-profit association for massage therapists in Canada and the US. Its members are massage therapists and other touch therapists throughout Canada, working to support and promote those therapies.
- The Canadian Massage Therapist Alliance (CMTA) is a national alliance for provincial massage therapy associations in Canada (not individual membership). It consists of various provincial and territorial associations and works to promote and improve the profession.
- The College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) regulates the profession of massage therapy in the province of Ontario.
- The Canadian Sports Massage Therapist Association (CSMTA) is the national, not-for-profit association for sports massage therapists working in Canada. It sets standards and provides certification for its members and also promotes the profession.
- The American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) is a 501 c (6) non-profit professional organization of massage therapists in the United States.
- The National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) is the only national certifying group of massage therapists in the United States. This is the test that professional massage therapists take in the US even if their states don't offer licensure, in an effort to demonstrate their knowledge. Over 34 U.S. states currently use it as a requirement for their state license as well. The certification earned by successful completion of the NCBTMB exam produced by the NCBTMB is NCTMB.
- The Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP) is a professional membership association serving the massage, bodywork, somatic therapy and esthetic professions. Founded in 1987, it is now the largest massage membership association in the United States with 57,000 members. (ABMP)
- The American Organiation for Bodywork Therapies Of Asia (AOBTA) is a professional membership association for practitioners of Asian Bodywork Therapy, including modalities such as shiatsu, acupressure, and tui na.
- The National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) is the national certifying agency for Asian Bodywork Therapy, as well as for acupuncture and Chinese herbalism.