Mary White Receives Massage Therapy Foundation Humanitarian Award

Marshall Dahneke, chief executive officer of Performance Heath, and Mary White.Mary White, LMT, was presented with the 2014 Performance Health / Massage Therapy Foundation Humanitarian Award at this year’s American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) National Convention held in Denver, Colorado last month for her efforts in the spa and wellness industries. “This is the most humbling experience of my professional career, and now that I have had time to digest it, it is also the highlight of my career,” says White. “To be honored with those that have gone before me as recipients is certainly an honor.” Performance Health, manufacturer and marketer of Biofreeze, Bon Vital', Thera°Pearl, Prossage, TheraBand, and Cramer health and wellness products, annually partners with the Massage Therapy Foundation to present this award. “Mary’s humanitarian efforts are not limited to bettering the world through massage,” says Marshall Dahneke, chief executive officer of Performance Heath. “She has been actively involved in supporting legislation to curb human trafficking, a shocking practice still in existence, even in this country. I am truly honored to recognize Mary for all that she has done, and for what I know she’ll continue to do.” In addition to honoring White at the AMTA Convention, Performance Health donated $2,500 to the Massage Therapy Foundation in her name. “The Massage Therapy Foundation does an amazing job for the entire massage therapy profession, and to be able to volunteer and make connections that help the Massage Therapy Foundation is truly a joy to me, “says White. “I hope that I am an inspiration to others to jump on board and support the Massage Therapy Foundation.”

For more information, visit www.massagetherapyfoundation.org

 

 

 

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