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Welcome to a centralized forum for Oregon massage therapists.  We regularly post news for current Oregon events related to massage therapy, legislative issues, and have different forums for a variety of topics on massage therapy.  If there is not a forum present yet that you would like to see, please let us know!
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Business Practices This forum is for massage therapists to discuss business practices ranging from tax issues, marketing, accounting, SOAP and other record keeping, and other business of massage-related aspects. We welcome your questions and feedback and ask all participants to remain respectful. Spamming, promoting of multi-level-marketing type organizations or products, and self-promotion will not be tolerated and your posts will be deleted by our moderators. We appreciate your cooperation.
Legislation/Politics This forum is for discussion of current legislation and politics related to the profession of massage. It can also be related to national or other organizations that deal with massage therapy. This forum is expected to have differing perspectives on many issues. All participants are expected to be professional and courteous and to base their statements on documented fact or clearly state that it is personal opinion. We welcome your questions and feedback and ask all participants to
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Modalities This form is for the discussion of massage modalities and techniques. It can also be used to address client-specific concerns as long as no identifying information is shared. We welcome your questions and feedback and ask all participants to
remain respectful. Spamming, promoting of multi-level-marketing type
organizations or products, and self-promotion will not be tolerated and
your posts will be deleted by our moderators. We appreciate your
cooperation.

OMTA is a 501(c)(6) Non-Profit Corporation. According to the IRS, contributions are not deductible as charitable contributions on the donor's federal income tax return. They may be deductible as trade or business expenses if ordinary and necessary in the conduct of the taxpayer's business. Contact your tax consultant if this affects you.  © 2013 Oregon Massage Therapists Association. This web site is maintained by Heather Bennouri, LMT 10079.

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