MassageBook announces an exclusive partnership with industry leading Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP), and aims to help consumers find skilled massage therapists locally.

– After competing with a number of scheduling and massage practice management software solutions, MassageBook has been officially selected as ABMP’s preferred choice for its members.

– With more than 80,000 registered massage and bodywork practitioners, ABMP is the largest association in the massage and bodywork field.

– “We are extremely proud to announce our new partnership with ABMP.  Having the support of the largest association of professional massage therapists and bodyworkers in the country is a huge step towards people being able to easily find massage therapists who are highly skilled.” said MassageBook founder and CEO Mark Volkmann.

The IBIS world industry report estimates that massage therapy was a $11.7 billion industry in U.S in 2014.


April 4th, 2015, Charleston S.C based MassageBook’s partnership with the industry leading Association of Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP) aims to help make it easier for consumers to find massage therapists and bodyworkers locally.

After competing with a number of scheduling software products, MassageBook has been officially endorsed by ABMP as their exclusive software partner. This announcement is a testament to MassageBook’s focused efforts to create a profession specific software solution that stands apart from other generic scheduling software.

ABMP’s recognition of the unique benefits MassageBook will be able to provide its members further solidifies MassageBook as the leading massage practice software solution available to professional massage therapists and bodyworkers. This is a great achievement for MassageBook as ABMP has more than 80,000 members and is the largest association in the massage and bodywork industry.

“Our partnership with ABMP will help make the MassageBook national therapist directory the most comprehensive resource for finding talented and skilled massage therapists on the Internet ..” said MassageBook founder and CEO Mark Volkmann.

MassageBook is an all-in-one solution for professional massage practice owners that also connects the massage seeking public with professional therapists across the country.

The software provides massage professionals a suite of tools to help manage and grow their practices. With MassageBook, massage and bodywork professionals can get their businesses listed on MassageBook’s popular online directory of bodyworkers, manage appointments, create professional grade SOAP notes, and bring clients back with manual and automated marketing campaigns.

ABMP was created in 1987 and has grown rapidly over the past two decades. The organization, based out of Evergreen, Colorado, is actively involved in all aspects of the massage therapy community and works on behalf of its members by offering liability Insurance coverage, publishing a bi-monthly award winning professional journal “Massage & Bodywork” and sharing customizable marketing materials, online webinars and forums to help professionals provide the best service possible. ABMP also acts as a strong advocate for the massage profession at the state and national level.

In recent years there has been a push towards natural medicines and non-chemical treatments for non-life threatening illnesses. Massage and bodywork provide medicine free treatment for a wide spectrum of pain relief, rehabilitation and psychological purposes, and is growing in popularity in the U.S and around the world. The IBIS world industry report estimates that massage therapy was a $11.7 billion industry in U.S in 2014.

However, according to an American Massage Therapy Association industry survey, fifty percent of massage therapists say they would like to work more hours than they presently do. In 2014, the average annual income for a massage therapist (including tips) was estimated to be $22,165. This often forces massage professionals to seek extra work in different fields, as they struggle to make ends meet focusing solely on massage and bodywork, even in the face of rapidly growing demand for massage services.  MassageBook aims to connect the massage seeking public with the thousands of talented independent massage professionals looking to add clients and grow their businesses.


Founded in 2012 and based in the Innolabs tech incubator in Charleston, SC., MassageBook is the only comprehensive success system built specifically for the needs of massage and bodywork professionals. Providing easy to use tools for massage professionals to manage and grow their practices including massage SOAP notes, scheduling, appointment reminders, massage marketing tools and more. The MassageBook directory also serves as a vehicle for the public to find highly qualified massage therapists. MassageBook makes it easy to create websites, share them on social networks, and connect them to local search engines.


Name: Mark Volkmann
Phone: (843) 352-2026
Email: mark@2book.com