Who doesn’t love a great exhibit hall? Don’t you love seeing new products, new classes, favorite providers, and a few things you didn’t even know you were looking for? This year’s Exhibit Hall promises to be great. 

You MAY visit the exhibit hall without attending the conference. You DO have to register on site, so please go to the Registration desk to check in. Name badges are required on site. 

Our vendors include:

  • Massage Envy-Sponsor
    We are excited to have Massage Envy as a Gold Sponsor again in 2024. Meet Massage Envy therapists and ask questions and hear why they choose to work at Massage Envy.  is one of the professions largest employers and work with ME.  Make sure to stop by their booth for self-care related giveaways!
    www.massageenvy.com/about-us

  • StrongHouse Studio-Sponsor
    We are delighted to have StrongHouse Studio as a Gold Sponsor in 2024. Scott Raymond is back as an educator as well this year.  Based in Southington, Connecticut, StrongHouse Continuing Education (SHCE) provides dynamic in-person and live streaming continuing education for massage therapists across the country.
    www.stronghousestudio.com

  • Squeeze Massage-Sponsor
    We are delighted to welcome Squeeze Massage as a Gold Sponsor this year. Squeeze is redefining the massage therapy experience. Their mission? To be the best part of their guests’ (and team members’) day! As a Squeeze therapist, you’ll do more than just relieve stress and tension; you’ll be an integral part of The Feel-Good Revolution which values human touch as a step towards a kinder, more empathetic world.
    https://www.squeezemassage.com/careers

  • A Touch of Caring Massage Therapy, Sue Barrett
    Sue joins us again as an exhibitor this year! Stop by her booth to see jewelry, salt lamps, heated pillows, singing bowls, metal tongue drums, DoTERRA oils, zen gardens, gem trees, afghans, theracanes and other massage related products!
    https://www.suebtouchofcaring.com/

  • Barefoot Space/Dawn Dotson
    Visit Barefoot Space in the exhibit hall to experience FasciAshi Barefoot Massage in a mini-session. This is a deep, fascial, painless form of barefoot massage. FasciAshi travels along the paraspinals and the lumbar region to help open the intervertebral disc space, increasing the space between the discs and allowing more room for the nerves to pass through.
    https://barefootspace.net/

  • Cupping Canada
    In addition to returning as an educator, Cupping Canada is back in our exhibit hall again!  The products offered by Cupping Canada and Cupping USA have been rigorously tested by a team of Massage Therapists and have undergone the most intense scrutiny. Each and every product offered by Cupping Canada and Cupping USA has a single goal in mind – to be priced affordably and offer an unparalleled level of quality.
    www.cuppingcanada.ca

  • IMT Wellness
    Integrative Manual Therapy is a gentle, hands-on approach to health that looks for the underlying causes of a person’s problems. In 2001, the Connecticut School of Integrative Manual Therapy became authorized as a private occupational school in the state of CT.  The three-year diploma program trains professionals to be proficient in the field of diagnostics and treatment using IMT.
    https://imtwellnesscenter.com/

  • Purple Goddess Crystals
    Kristy will be back with her incredible hand-selected crystals and gifts from around the world. Her crystals are  high-quality, unique, and energy-enriched. She has something for everyone here.
    https://www.purplegoddesscrystals.com/

  • Soul Light Connection/Joy Gaffney
    Joy will be offering Healing Work, Both Shamanic and Reiki in mini-sessions during exhibit hall hours. I will be offering Spiritual Guidance Work, as a Medium who connects with your Guides. And also Psychic/Medium work.
    https://www.soullightconnection.com/

  • Trager Work, Linda MacConnell, Certified Trager Practitioner
    Linda joins us for the first time as an exhibitor! There will be hands-on demos of the techniques that Linda teaches. The work focuses on ways to reduce tension for both the client and the therapist. It is based on somatic principles of movement awareness, re-education and self-care. This unique neuromuscular approach consists of gentle, fluid rocking movements that lull the nervous system into a state of receptivity and safety. This allows the release of tension and pain patterns. 
    https://www.lindamacconnell.com/