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Every month 2900 people on average "Google" the term Massage Therapy Insurance. This told us that therapists were struggling to find insurance for their particular therapy, be it Sports Massage Insurance, Aromatherapy Insurance, Swedish Massage Insurance, Thai Massage Insurance or one of the many other Massage Therapy Insurances available in the UK.

Massage Therapy Insurance can help you find Public Liablity Insurance for Massage Therapy, Professional Indemnity for Massage Therapy,Employers Liability Insurance for Massage Therapy and Massage Therapy Clinic Insurance.

Please use our predictive text search option opposite. If you do not find what you are looking for please click on the contact us page to tell us.

 


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What does the policy cover?

Full retroactive cover yes
£4 Million Public Liability Insurance yes
Professional Indemnity Cover yes
Medical Malpractice yes
Teaching & Student Work yes
Libel & Slander Cover yes
Temporary Trips abroad are covered without a time limit (ex USA and Canada) yes
Loss of documents cover included £50,000 yes
Legal and Taxation Package yes

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