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Massage Therapy Links


  • The American Massage Therapy Association is the largest professional organization for massage therapists. Their web site has lots of information about massage, plus a locator service to help find a massage therapist in your city.
  • The Washington state AMTA chapter is the local chapter of the American Massage Therapy Association. Their site has interesting information about massage.
  • The Washington State Board of Massage site is a resource for information about state massage laws and becoming a massage therapist in Washington State.
  • The Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards: The mission of the Federation is to support its state Member Boards in their work to ensure that the practice of massage therapy is provided to the public in a safe and effective manner.
  • The National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork certifies that massage therapists possess a high level of education, experience and training, and demonstrate mastery of core skills, abilities and knowledge.

Massage education

  • The Brian Utting School of Massage in Seattle is where I went to massage school. It was a one of the premier massage schools in the nation. Graduates of BUSM are proud of having gone there.

Friends' sites

  • The Buzby family reunion website The Buzby family was my mother's side of the family and has a long history in Alaska.
  • Michele Cacano-Green is an excellent Seattle area massage therapist who specializes in Integrative Fascial Release. She also teaches IFR continuing education classes for other massage therapists.
  • Lathrop Douglass Architects is a small Seattle architectural firm which designs residential and small commercial projects in addition to consulting on very small to very large projects.