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The purpose of this group is to offer Texas Massage Therapists an opportunity to communicate and network.

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Latest Activity: Jan 7, 2015

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New Blog post introducing you to Ashiatsu!

New Blog post Here Including special savings for the Ashiatsu presentation in this Novembers World Massage Conference, click the link to read more and save!Continue

Started by Jeni Spring, LMT / Heeling Sole Oct 20, 2012.

Texas Massage Therapists' group on Facebook

I love the Texas Massage Therapists' group on Facebook. Join today to stay abreast of what's happening in the Lone Star State:

Tags: massage, Texas

Started by Ariana Vincent, LMT, MTI, BCTMB Sep 17, 2011.

Massage & Medicine Convention - Get your CEs

Texas Association of Massage Therapists invites you to....-Massage & Medicine -Finally the countdown is here. Want to register for the TAMT convention being held at the Norris Conference Center in Downtown Fort Worth, Texas October 28-30? 16 CEs, lunch, reception, and Masquerade Gala Ball, plus free parking and access all weekend long to vendors area! Students $99, Students of partnered schools $75, Members $150, Non-Members $250 - Attendance to vendor area only is free all weekend and free…Continue

Tags: Vincent, Arianna, Massage, Laws, health

Started by Shelli Davis-Redford Sep 11, 2011.

Would you like to become a Massage Therapy Instructor in Texas?

ONLINE MASSAGE THERAPY INSTRUCTOR'S CLASS - TEACHING ADULT LEARNERSThis online home study cognitive course is designed for massage therapy professionals who desire to become effective Massage Therapy Instructors. This course fulfills the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) requirement for completing an acceptable Adult Learners Course prior to submitting an application to become a Massage Therapy Instructor to DSHS. After completing this course, you can submit your course…Continue

Tags: education, online, training, Institute, Ariana

Started by Ariana Vincent, LMT, MTI, BCTMB Oct 12, 2010.

Site for CE classes, jobs, items for sale and business listings - ALL free

Please visitwww.txmassageforum.comand feel free to do the following: Find or list:- Classes (online or classroom) in Texas- Massage Jobs- Massage items for sale- Your massage therapy business All listings are free and this site isn't affiliated with any political body or organization - it was created by a massage therapist (me) wanting to make it easier for us Texas therapists to get information out there. Also, if anyone is involved in Texas massage…Continue

Started by Vlad Feb 20, 2010.

Relocating to Austin Texas 4 Replies

I have been a massage therapist in Waco for about 3 years now and I plan to move back to Austin. I'm 21yr old and have no family in Austin. I attended A New Beginning School of Massage so I do have class-mates in Austin. So I'm looking for other massage therapists to advice me in my relocation...PLEASE

Started by Joseph Williams. Last reply by Maria Daniela Mohr Jul 20, 2010.

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Comment by Geneva Sampson on October 2, 2014 at 7:07pm

I have a colleague looking to hire massage therapists immediately for a new spa in Buda, TX. If you or someone you know is interested, please contact her directly. Below is the information for the positions.

- Geneva Sampson


Hiring friendly and motivated massage therapists at Massage Haven. We are a membership based therapeutic massage clinic and spa using all organic and natural products opening Nov. 1 in Buda, TX. The average massage service is 60 minutes. Swedish, deep tissue, sports, and prenatal are required. Other massage specialties are a plus! On call opportunities available. Part or full time. Beautiful space with all new equipment and supplies. 
  • Starting at $24 base per 60 minute massage
  • Signing bonus
  • Performance bonuses and retail commission
  • Marketing provided 
  • Liability Insurance discount through ABMP
  • Product training
*Also hiring for front desk position
Erin Merker
Massage Haven
15300 South IH 35, Suite 340
Buda, TX 78610
Comment by Katharine Koeppen on June 16, 2013 at 6:54pm

Need CEUs or simply want to refresh your practice with a new skill? Aromaceuticals has just scheduled summer and fall classes in aromatherapy and reiki. Learn from a dynamic instructor in Dallas with 20 years clinical experience. For detailed course descriptions and registration, visit or call 214.428.6668. Short non-CEU workshops, too!

Comment by Katharine Koeppen on March 12, 2013 at 6:03pm

Are you a seeker?
Empower your life and your practice with one of the most comprehensive beginner reiki classes in Texas! 12 CEUs.

March 30-31 in Dallas
Intro to Energy Work/First Degree Reiki
Details at

For more information and registration, call 214.428.6668 or

Comment by Vlad on December 13, 2012 at 3:50pm

Just a reminder to Texas CE providers to list their classes for 2013 on this site - all listings are free:

Comment by Katharine Koeppen on September 14, 2012 at 7:05pm

Aromaceuticals has posted a fall schedule of on site classes, from beginner to advanced. Learn from a nationally registered clinical aromatherapist and recognized expert in the field. Please visit the website for class dates, detailed descriptions and more. Earlybird discounts for Beyond Basics: Advanced Aromatherapy if registered by September 25, and Aromatherapy for the Emotions & Spirit if registered by October 1. 

Comment by Karina Braun on September 6, 2012 at 1:13pm

Want a convenient and affordable home study course that helps to prevent RSI?

Creating Peace with Your Hands- 12 CE Hours
Yoga for Massage Therapists and Bodyworkers- 12 CE Hours
All About Posture- 12 CE Hours
Basic Meditation- 6 CE Hours
Breathwork 4 a Healthy Life- 6 CE Hours
Check out Karina Braun’s courses at

Comment by Jeni Spring, LMT / Heeling Sole on February 21, 2012 at 8:14pm

There is still some room in next months Ashiatsu class in San Antonio! Come learn a great body-saving technique and dish out a deep tissue session painlessly. (for you and your clients!)

Comment by Walt Fritz, PT on February 21, 2012 at 8:41am

Attention Texas area therapists: The $50 Early Registration Discount for the March 9-11, 2012 Foundations in Myofascial Release I Seminar in Flower Mound, TX end this Friday, 2/24/12 at midnight. Full details and registration at .

NCBTMB and Texas MT CE Hours approved, Texas PT CE Hours applied for.

Even if you have taken other MFR trainings in the past, I believe you will find Foundations Seminars a very fresh approach to connecting with your patient's pain.

If you are looking for direct feedback from therapists who have taken my seminars, I might suggest you join the Facebook Myofascial Release Forum and ask a few questions there:

Full details of all Foundations in Myofascial Release Seminars are available at . Small group trainings, highly individualized one-on-one attention: does this sound like what you might be seeking?

All the best,
Walt Fritz

Comment by Karina Braun on October 23, 2011 at 2:39pm

Wanna Get Away?

Take a 12 Hour LIve Seminar in New Orleans

End of October SPECIAL! Personal Body Maintenance for the Bodyworker- Learn how to prevent injury, t spheres technique, and yoga for self care. ONLY $125 for 12 CE Hours.

DEC 3 & 4- Metairie, LA 12 hours approved by the Louisiana Board of Massage & Texas Provider #CE1395

Register Here  For the next five people who sign up- you receive a gree Yoga 4 Bodyworkers DVD.

Comment by Katharine Koeppen on May 7, 2011 at 1:52pm
I'm new to insurance billing/PIP cases and am looking for input on what other LMTs in Texas are charging for writing narratives, attending depositions, clerical (making copies/filing/researching documentation), etc. Any input you can give with your experience in this area would be appreciated. Thanks!

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