WASHINGTON — For the past two years, massage therapists have had to fend off attacks from disgruntled customers who thought they were getting something they weren’t supposed to.
Now they say the backlash is becoming more frequent.
The backlash from customers is a direct result of stripping clubs adopting more advanced massage technology that makes it easier for people to get their hands on their own hands and feet.
The latest news is that the American Society of Massage Therapists says strip clubs are using advanced massage equipment to make their services more accessible to the masses.
And for the first time, the ASMTA says it is concerned about how strip clubs will respond.
The ASMTS is the largest professional association of massage therapists in the United States and the second-largest professional association in the world.
It represents more than 400,000 massage therapists, therapists, and massage therapists across the country.
The club owners have been vocal about their desire to increase customer service, according to ASMOTRAP.
Some of the biggest challenges to the industry in recent years have been: increasing customer service rates, changing rules on access, and changing customer expectations of massage therapy.
In 2015, the American Bar Association published a study that found the number of people getting their massage was up by nearly 60% in the last two years.
It also found the majority of people seeking massage therapy have been men, even though women comprise more than half of the U.S. population.
In addition, the study found that the majority reported getting more than $30,000 worth of massage treatments a year, a trend that could have a big impact on the industry.
The association says it hopes to continue to work with the industry and offer recommendations to help them improve.
But the trend has been more prevalent than many realized.
“I think there is a lack of awareness that we are a part of a massage industry and that we have been and will continue to be a part,” said ASMPT Executive Director David Kavanagh.
The new regulations are designed to address the concerns.
The ASMAT’s new guidelines include a number of guidelines to help massage therapists comply with the new regulations.
First, massage services are no longer limited to a specific area.
That means if you have a large massage table, the staff can access the rest of the room and do whatever they want.
And they can do whatever their masseuse wants.
The guidelines also say that massage therapists must ensure that customers are comfortable and are comfortable doing the massage.
So if you’re in the bathroom, you have to have a towel, and you have two people who are not able to be in the same room, and they have to do the same thing, that should not be allowed.
In the past, some strip clubs were very strict about who was allowed into their rooms.
The new guidelines are designed so that massage services can be accessible to everyone.
“In a way, it’s a new era for us, and the changes are a result of that,” Kavanah said.
The changes have made some people uncomfortable.
“The new guidelines have made a lot of people uncomfortable,” said Julie Brown, a massage therapist and owner of L.A. Massage Therapy.
Brown said she is frustrated that the industry hasn’t gotten more aggressive in enforcing its rules and regulations.
“There’s been a lot more aggressive behavior,” Brown said.
“We’ve had some strip club owners who are very, very aggressive in doing things.”
The new massage rules will be rolled out to other locations and will take effect in the next few weeks.
The massage therapist who spoke to FoxNews.com says strip club customers will still be able to get access to the massage, but they’ll have to wear the right gear.