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/r/massage is a community for respectful discussions of massage and massage therapists/practitioners.

We'd like for this to be a great place for patients and clients to ask questions and for therapists to learn new information for better, safer, more effective treatment.#### Description

PLEASE NOTE: ALL submissions are manually approved to cut out our high levels of spam. Post approval normally happens within 24 hours. Thank you for your patience!

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Community Guidelines

  • No sexual content will be allowed on the sub and any submissions will result in perma ban. (this does not include genuine questions about sexual harassment)

  • Do not post any self promotion. This includes, spas, clinics, personal YouTube channels and the like.

  • We are not Google! If you're looking for recommendations, this is not the place to ask.

  • Our sub is mainly focused on manual massage, most posts about massage guns will not be approved unless it pertains to safety or using them in professional practice.

  • Bullying, drama, name-calling and trolling won't be tolerated.

This is a positive environment, we welcome everyone and their opinions, especially if they aren't the same as what others have already mentioned! The only way we learn is from new experiences. It is ok to disagree and share opinions, but please stay mature about it, agree to disagree.

/r/massage is a community for the discussion of massage and massage therapists/practitioners. We'd like for this to be a great place for patients and clients to ask questions and for therapists to learn new information for better, safer, more effective treatment.

We're creating a source for information on massage as part of the health care field, and to keep therapists in touch with emerging trends and practices. You don't need to be a therapist to submit, just be interested in talking about massage and the benefits and limitations that go with it.

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