Find a Massage in New Hampshire

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Massage therapy refers to the manipulation and handling of soft tissue in order to relieve stress, increase relaxation, boost circulation, and/or promote other health benefits. An experienced massage therapist may be able to assist clients with anxiety, stress, insomnia, joint issues, headaches, soft tissue strains, and physical injuries. In the state of New Hampshire, massage therapy is regulated by the Advisory Board of Massage Therapists. The Board oversees the training and licensing of all massage therapists in the region.
There are a wide variety of settings, environments, and establishments in which people may obtain expert massage services. For example, it is not unusual for licensed massage therapists in New Hampshire to administer their services in salons, health clubs, spas, hospitals, nursing homes, private homes, or clinics.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) claims 420 people worked as licensed massage therapists in New Hampshire in 2015. They currently provide health care services to more than 1.3 million people in the state. According to the BLS, massage therapists in New Hampshire earn a mean annual wage of $40,890.

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